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LIGHTS 



THE 

AND 



TIDES 



OF THE 



WORLD. 




BY 



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A, F. IMRAY, F.R.G.S., and W. H. ROSSaia | 

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WITH A CHART AND NUMEROUS ILLUSTRAlftQiJIe. <g||| 





LONDON, E. : 

JAMES IMRAY & SON, 

CHART PUBLiyHERH AND NAffTICAl BOOK!SELLEK«. 

MINORIES AND TOWER HILL. 
1866. 



TIDAL CHART OF THE 




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AeTiycal tme of Stph- Wtitrr . 



LONDON, JAMES IMRAY AND SO] 



CHART OF THE WORLD 



ThAutRtU. 




LONDOiJ, JAMXS .IMRAr AND SON. 



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■when viak'uKj 

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Ithc oiicl of 1 

]:!haiige of tl 

ithe ten coliiir 

Col. 1. ' 
,. 2. ( 



In this Work the Bearings are Magnetic, and the Distances arc in Nautical Miles. 



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(N.B.— Appendices to this work wiU be published as occasion requires, and may be had 1 
of the Publishers or their Agents.) 



Part I] 

Full and Cli 

Both ] 

I' Lights" I 

%y the Froii 

For oa 

Introd 

lUuiniuatio 

Findiny thi 

Iiitrod 

Wave ; an( 

given ilay J 

Tlic I 

■when a}))!V( 

esjiecially a 

April, 



PREFACE. 



'?5. 



ay be had 



A work or. the "Lights and Tides of the World" ought to be one of easy and ready reference, and at the ^aiiic 
time as eoinprt^hensivt; us possible, so as to enibraco the recjuisite knowledge on those subjects re(Hiired by a seaman 
■when mak'nuj or sailiug alov(j a coast ; hence the present division into Two J'arts. 

Part 1. contains u tabular list, in geographical (trder, of the Lights established in every region of the gloln- to 
ho end of March, 18(50; giving their position, character and range, as well as the times of High Water at Full ami 
Jhangc of the Moon at the ports contiguous to the position of the Lighthouses ; the I'eniarks at the head of tacli nt 
the ten columns give ample infonnation as to the nature of the contents, thus : — 

Col. \. Gives the Name of the Lighthoiise or Light-vessel (L.V.) 
,, 2. Gives the No. of Lights (I, 2, or 3) ; indicating whether *Fixecl (F.), Flashing (FL), Fixed and Fbishing 
(F. and Fl.), lievolvlng (Rev.), Intermittent (Lit.), or Alternati/ig (Alt.) ; the color of the light may be 
white, red, green or h/ite ; if white, no color is expressed. The period of r'jvolutiou or eclipse is e.xpresseil 
in minutes and seconds, as '20 s., 1 m. 45 s., ikc. 
,, .'{. Gives the Distance, in Nautical Miles, that the Light can bo seen in clear weather. 
^ ,, t. Gives the Height of the Light above the Sea. 

* ,, 6. Indicates on what Headland, Island, or part of the Port, Harbour, or Roadstead the Light is jjlaced. 

,, G. Ciives the Latitude and Longitude of the Lighthouse. 
; ,, 7. Contains remarks of various kinds, as the relative bearings of the lighthouses when there are two or more ; 

^. the direction in which the Lights can be seen, ikc. The Hearings are Magnetic. Bell, or Gong, shows 

tliat one or the other is soxmded in foggy weather. Ball, or Globe, indicates that one or tin; otlii-r 
H is lioistcd at the mast-head of the Light-vessel during the day. 

^ ,, 8. Gives the Time of High Water at Full and Change of the Moon at the Ports and Harbours in the vicinity 

of the Lights, and Col. 9 gives the Rise of Water at Spring Tide. 

Part II. contains a tabular list, in alphabetical order, of the " Fstablishment of the Port," or the Tidal-Hours al 
^P'uU and Change of the Moon at all places on the globe where those houra have been determined. 

& Both Parts have been carefully collated and compared with a'l the recognized Authorities on the subject nf 
vj" Lights" and " Tides," such as the British Admiralty Publications, )i> Trinity Hou.-,e Notices, and the Works issued 
Jby the French, Spanish, Dutch, Russian, and United States Hydrograpluj Offices. 
For each part of the work a special introduction has been written. 

Introduction I., which is copiously illustrated, gives a brief sketch of the History of liighthouses and of Lighthouse 
Illumination, including also the subject of Beacons and Biu)ys ; appended to this introduction are two useful Tables for 
Finding the Distance of a Vessel from a Lighthouse. 

Introduction II. contains a i'ew brief remarks on Tides, illustrated by a Chart showing the progress of the Tide 
vWave; and by means of the Tables here given, and the Tide-Hom' at F. and C, the Time of High Water for any 

given day at any given place can be readily found. 
,;j The Lights and Tides have been iidvisetUy united in one work as essentially useful to the Mariner, — for exami)le, 
fwhen apjiroaching a coast and m.vking a light it is equally necessary to recognise the light and to know the state of tide, 
esj)ecially where the tidal c\irreut is strong, for on that knowledge the very safety of the vessel may depend. 

April, 18GG. J. F. I. and W. H. R. 



• N.B. — The AlpUabetical Index (p. j37 — 149) givca the color of tlie Light-towers and Ligbt-vess-jls. 



CONTENTS. 



Introduction to LightH, &e 






■ 


V. 


Lights, &e., of Mediterranean— Black Sea . . .70 


1 LIG 


fiitroductioi 


to Tides 


xxiv. 


„ „ Sea of Azov . . 72 




liighlH, &c., 


of the British lalaiidH .... 


1 


,, „ Karaniania and Syria . 73 




»» 


BelKiuni 


21 


,, ,, N. Coast of Africa . 74 




t« 


Holland 


21 


,, Azores and Canary Islands ... 76 




19 


Hanover 


25 


„ Perniuda 70 




11 


Kiver Elbe 


25 


Africa— W., S,, and E. Coasts . 77 




H 


Holstelii, Schleawig and Jutland 


20 


,, Reunion and Mauritius ... 78 




l« 


Kattegat 


27 


,, Arabia and lied Soa .... 79 


^^^-—^^ 


1* 


Little Belt 


28 


„ India— West or Malabar ('oast . . 79 


1. 


1 

II 


Great Belt 


20 


Ceylon 81 


Name of 
Light. 


)l 


The Sound 


30 


,, India — Coroniandel Coast ... 81 


1 M 


Bornholni 


31 


Bay of Bengal ( E. Coast) & Malacca Strait 82 


i" 


""^ 


i 


Hanse Towns and Prussia . 
Russia (Gulf of Finland) 


31 
32 


,, Indian Archipelago .... 83 
,, Cochin China and China . .' . 84 


Hurst, 


♦ » 


Sweden 


34 


,, Japan and Tartory Gulf ... 85 




1) 

1 


Norway 

White Sea 


30 
39 


Kamchatka 80 

Australia 80 


Diiiigcni'Sr.. 


., 


France— N.W. Coast .... 


40 


,, Tasmania 89 




•• 


,, W. (.'oast .... 


40 


,, New Caledonia 90 


Lowestoft. 


1 t 


Spain— N. and W. Coasts 


49 


„ New Zealand 90 




Portugal 


51 


„ Society Islands 91 




1 


Spain— S. Coast 

Mediterranean 


52 


,, Hawaii Group or Sandwich Islands . 91 
,, British North America ... 92 


,, 


1 

1* 


,. S]iain .... 


54 


,, United States 99 




? t 


„ France 


57 


„ West India Islands . . . 120 




* * 


,, Corsica .... 


59 


,, Tierra Firnie and Gulf of Mexico . , 123 




'» 


,, Sardinia 


CO 


,, South America 124 




■' 


» Italy .... 


CO 


,, North America— W. Coast . . .127 


Tees Bay. 


1 


.1 Sicily .... 


()3 


„ Appendix to April, 18GC ... 129 


») 


„ Malta and East Coast of 




Longitudes from Greenwich, of well-established 






Italy .... 
„ Adriatic & Ionian Lslamls 


C4 
C.") 


Meridians 1,32 

JMank pages for recent insertions 133 


Itaddonnesa. 
(River Tay 


! ■ 


„ Grecian Archipelago . 


1)7 


Alphabetical Index to Lights, &c i;}7 




>i 


,, Dardanelles & Marn<.ora . 


C!t 


Beacons and Buoys, Coast of France .... L')(> 




■ 1 


,, Bosphorus . 


70 


Part II — Tide-Hours .at F. and C. at the principal 

Ports and Harbours in the World . 1* to 22* 





. 70 

72 

. 73 

74 

. 70 

70 

77 

78 

79 

79 

. 81 

81 

!a Strait 82 
83 
84 
85 
. 80 
80 
. 89 
90 
. 90 
91 
. 91 
92 
. 99 
120 
. 123 
124 
. 127 
129 

132 
. 133 

137 
. 150 

1* to 22* 



LIGHTS AND TIDES OF THE WORLD 



ADDENDA TO JANUARY 1st., 18G7. 



SEE ALSO APPENDIX, PAGES 129-131. 




8. 

Where placed. 



6. 

Position. 



Lat. 



Oil till.' jioiiit 
liitht! fortilica- 
tiims 



O I 

.■)0 42-4 



On the Noss 



Long. 



7. 

Remarks. 



W. 

/ 

1 32 9 



Tees Bay, 



llildiloiincss. 
(l^ivur Tay) 



Substituted for old lights. The 
lights are I'lW yards apart, in a 
N. K. l)y E. \ E. direction. A 
light is shown in the lighthouse 
up the Sok'ut. 

The lighthouse shows a Red liglit 
from N.E. by E. \ E. and W. 
to the land respectively, to 
mark the anchoring ground on 
either side of the Ness. 

In place of low light now removed, 
Shows lii'd to seaward lietween 
the bearings of N.N.E. and 
!^.W. \ S., and WhU,' from 
those bearings to the shore. 
A Fog-bell. 

A lied light is now shown in the 
high lighthouse, between the 
bearings of .N.E. \ N. and N.E. 
i{ E., vX {ibout 12 feet below the 
white light. 

The Red light on the north pier- 
head of the harl)0ur is now 
masked from the bearing of 
N.E. by E. \ E. westward to 
the north. 

The lights on Bran Sand and 
Gare lightvessel have been dis- 
continued. Great changes will 
probably be effected in the 
lighting of the river. 
j New lights of increased power. 
I The high light nuist be kept 
open northward of tho low light, 
bearing N.W. -^ N., to cross the 
bar. The sands at the entrance 
have shifted. 



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Book. 



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LIGHTS AND TIDES OF THE WORLD. 



1. 

Niiiiii' of 
Litjht. 



No. of Lightfl, 
( 'liikructur, liu. 



■ji 



Height 
(if Light 

above 
thuHoa, 



0. 

Whore pljicctl. 



Kii StoiT. 
Dulih Artach. 
Workiugton, 



Briatfil Channel, 



Bristol Channel. 



Porthcawl. 



1 (Intcndod.) 
1 (liiti'ndcd.) 
1 F. (gas.) 



1 K. (flftsiiiv.) 

ir.«.) \ 

1 F. Jted. 



1 F. Red. 



1 F. Whik, 
Red «t Green. 



2 F. Red. 



Westcappel. i 1 F, 



2F. 



Hoek of Holland 1 F. Red. 
Kattegat. i 



.Svintwdarnc. 



• ireat Horst. 

Soninians. 
Trolh'ljorg. 

(Hand. 



'2 F. Red. 



1 K. ev. 20 8. 

1 U. t'v. inin. 
•2 V. 

1 F. 



Miles 



10 



10 



10 



10 



20 

4 

9 



6. 

PoMition. 



Lat. 



Feet. 



38 



34 



37i 
and 
44^ 

46 



47 

and 
1)0 



19 



200 



West end of the 
One-Fathom 
Bank 

Naoh High 
Lighthunse 



Bridge water 
Low Light- 
houHo 

On sonth-east 
end of Break- 
water 



N. 

o / 

88 15 5 
6U 18 



51 201 



Long. 



O ' 

5 22 

6 38 •» 



3 17- 1 



7. 



Bkmakkh. 



51 24 3 33 



On north-west 
end of Break- 
water 

On a sand hill, 
north of Zoiite- 
land; S. Ij-)" 
£. from West- 
cap] )el light 

On the sand 
hills, ininiedi- 
iitely Moutii of 
tho^Je named 
KaaiKluiuen 

On the Hoek 



51 15 



51 29 4 



20 j Lightvessel in 
about 12 fms. 



3 



3 41 -9 



E. 
51 56 8 4 5-5 



At the village 
of Great Herat 

On the mole 
l.fpe udd 



56 101 



54 5-1 



22-5 



12 301 
15 4-9 

13 9-3 



56 44-1 I 16 301 



In addition to the light on John 
pier. Both ligiitH are shown 
while there are 8 feet water in 
the harbour. 

Liulitvessel in 8 fathoms, with 
the wonl "Breaksea" upon 
itu sides. 

The ligiit in this building is 
]\'/iite ; but a Red light is also 
shown from it between S. 46° K. 
and S. ^t^° K., to keep vessels 
ofl" Breaksea Spit. 

A Red light is now shown from 
this building between N. 81° W. 
and N. 86" W. ; anil also be- 
tween S 11° W. and S. 18° W. 

From the lighthouse the light ia 
White between W. by N. 1 N." 
and S.W. by W. ] W. ; Red 
between W. by N. ^ N. and 
N. W. I N. ; (h-een between 
S.W. by W. 1 W. and S.E. 
I S. The White light shows the 
fairway from westward to the 
harbour. 

Shown only when the gate at the 
harbour entrance is open to 
vessels. When in one they 
bear N. :i5i' W. 

Shown over an arc of 30° (South 
toS. ;i()° K. from the light.) 



377 feet N. 32° W. and .S. 32" E. 
from each other. The arc il- 
luminatid is from N. 17° W. to 
N. 47° W. from the lights (SO") 
Var 18° 5.-)' ^V. 



Tin; Trindelen, Kobbergrund, 
and Anholt Lightvessels are 
now only removed from their 
stations when ice in the Kat- 
tegat is so abundant as to render 
navigation impossible. 

Should be always jiassed on its 
west side. A liell m foggy 
weather. 



Substituted for the fixed light. 
When in one bearing N.E. 4 E. | 
they lead in. 



I 'age in 
B(K)k. 



It 
11 
12 



15 



15 



16 



15 



15 



21 



21 



1. 

Name of 
liight. 



f 



Itavauger. 
Pusevig. 
Fruholni. 
Calais. 



Bay of Biscay. 



Oijon. 



I 

Oporto. 



Es])o/ende. 
Chiadianallivt 

Cartagena. 

Valencia. 

Rosas Bay. 

Villanueva 
Geltru. 

Marseille. 



22 


■w 


27 


CJape Couron 




Villa Franca 


.SO 


St. John 


31 

33 
35 


Calvi. 

■bnifacioSti 
Rapallo Ba} 
^ulfofGe" 



35 



LIGHTS AND TIDES OF THE WORLD. 



I'ngK in 
Kmik. 



II 
11 
12 



Iff 



15 



IG 



I A 



LI 



21 



21 



22 
27 



.SO 



31 

33 
35 

35 



Nktno of 
Flight 



No. of Li^htH, 
('tmrnutcr, &u. 



iivangLT. 
UKcvig. 
fnihnlni. 
alaiH. 



f 



Buy of liiHcay. 



i)orto. 



papozende. 



ailiaiia Rivur, 



OartaKeiia. 

Valencia. 

Hosas Bay. 

l[fillanueva y 
Geltru. 

Marseille. 



j«jB»i)e Coiiroime. 
'Willa Franca. 

"^. John 

|telvi. 

Jtonifacio Strait, 
liapallo Bay 
ijGulf of (Icno.a) 



1 F. 
1 K 
1 K. 
1 F. 



2F. 

I F'. I{,(L 



I F. (flash ev. 
min.) 

1 F. Uiid. 

2 F. OreeH. 

I F. 

1 F I{>d. 

1 F. (/M/flsh.) 

1 F. 

1 F. (Jieil Ml.) 



1 Rev. ev. 20 3. 

Red. 
I F. lied. 
1 F. Green. 

1 F. Red. 

1 F. 

I F. 



Milua 

4 

K 

20 

!» 



liri^rjlt 

•fl.iKht 

ill)uve 

the Sea. 



10 



15 

7 
5 

10 



10 

II 

4 
4 

4 

(> 

1(1 



Feet. 



1 48 
30 



30 
4(i 

•JO 



170 



4G 

43 
33 

201 



•28 

40 
41 

55 

47 
2tJ 

31 

97 

:{.■) 



VVhuro itlftced. 



Valherg Tower 
VarnaH Point 
On iHl.'t 
I'lxtreine of eawt 
jetty 



6. 

I'oHition. 



At the eaHt end 
of tile Hoche 

Hoiiiii; 

On the ex- 
tremity of the 
niolu of .Santa 
C'atalina 

Tower of Nossa 
Senhora da 
Luz 

On the jilatfonn 
of the old fort 

South-east ex- 
tremity of 
Caiiela Island 

On I'oint Po- 
dadera 

On the end of 
the east mole 



Point San 
Cristobal 

North extremity 

of wall of 

Napoleon 

Basin 
On the Cape 

On the shore 
On the end of 

the mole 
On the head of 

the east mole 
At the foot of 

tlie Cit.iilel 
Les Moines 
Mole of Sta 

Marglierita 

Liyure 



Lat. 

O ' 

58 58-3 
58 50 8 
71 5-7 



40 12 



43 328 



41 O-l 



41 31-4 



.17 35-7 



41 14 



43 19-5 

43 42-2 
43 41 9 

43 41-3 

12 :i4;{ 

41 2S 

44 19-7 



Lung. 



1 



Rbmahiu. 



o ' 



44-3 
41 •a 



23 ffO-4 



VV. 

1 20-9 

5 40-5 



8 37-2 



8 40-5 



58-4 



E. 
1 44 



From Sept. ISth to March 15tli. 



Two small Rfd lightH t.ro also on 
thin jetty. The IVhitf light ia 
shown while there are 9| feet 
throughout the ohanuul ; a R>d 
light under this white light 
indicates 3^ feet more water, 
a ri'it light above it (i4 feet more 
water; when the three lightH 
are shown the depth is 19J Feet. 

A Lightvcssel in 20 fathuDia. 
A fogbell. 

Illuminates an arc (tf 180°. A 
small Red light is also shown at 
the end of the north mole of the 
dock ; it ■ visiblo only from 
within the Dar. 

Replaces the old light. 



Shifted as the bar alters. The 

lights on Cristina Island have 

been removed. 
Old light in battery discontinued, 

Illumiucites an arc of 110° (Ca(H> 

Tinoso to Escombrera Island.) 
Teinporarii. Will be moved as 

the works progress. 
Light on Poncella Point changed 

("a light of this character. 
Illuminates an arc of 162°, 

comprised between S. 72° E. 

andW. (Varl8°W.) 



31 i 

18-7 j 
186 I 



7 20-2 
>S 4.")-.". 

8 54 

9 127 



L hjh tluiKHe bu ildiu if. 



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39 
45 



48 
•SO 

61 and 130 

51 
62 

54 

36 

57 
57 

58 

58 

59 
59 

59 

50 

59 
60 



LIGHTS AND TIDES OF THE WORLD. 



1. 

Name of 
Ligbt. 



}\Q. of Lights, 
Character, &c. 



3. 


4. 




Height 




ofLiglit 


r2 


above 




the Sea. 


> 





Wliere placed. 



6. 

Position. 



Lat. 



Louj?. 



7. 

Remarks. 



Sardinia. 

»» 

San Renio. 
Ponza Island. 

Catania. 
Messina. 

Tarauto. 

Palermo. 

Cape Santa 
Maria di Leuca 

Mattinata. 

Pirano. 

Ravenna. 

Black Sea 

i> 

River Bug. 



Kinhurn Pass. 



IF, 
1 F. 

IF. 

IF. Oreen. 

I F. (flash ev. 
i min.) 



1 P. (flash ev. 

3 min. ) 
1 F. Green- 
1 F. Bed. 

1 F. 



1 F. Red. 
1 F. (flash ev. 
§ min. ) 

1 F.- (flash ev. 

3 uiin.) 

2 F. Jied. 

1 F. (flash ev. 

4 min. ) 

IF. (flash ev. 

2 min.) 
1 R. ev. min. 



IF. 



1 F. Jied. 



1 F. 

1 F. lied. 



Voloiskaia Spit. 



Miles 
30 
23 

4 
3 

20 



14 



1 

27 

18 
o 

10 
15 
10 



8 



Feet. 
541 
204 

29 

28 



90 



49 



24 
335 



253 

15 

85 

174 

104 

29 



170 
112 



Cape Bellavista 

Cape Sparti- 
vento 

At the extrem- 
ities of the 
moles 

Monte Delia 
(juardiii, at 
the south end 
of the Island 

Sciara rtiscari 

Salvatore Fort 
N. by W. from 

San Ranieri 
San Paolo Islet 



Near the ex- 
tremity of the 
Cajx' 

Rossa Point 

Extremities of 

tlie i)iers 
Near Corsini 

Canal 
Cape Kouri 

Near the ex- 
tremity of 
Cai)e Kaliakra 

J'ievers Spit, 
left bank of 
■•iver 

Si < yards N. E. 
j K. from the 
wi.ite light 



N. 

O ' 

39 55-8 
38 52-0 

43 48-9 



40 53-1 



37 29 



40 24-4 



39 47-7 

41 40-8 
45 31 2 
44 28-9 
41 .j2-5 
43 21-5 



E. 

o ' 

9 43-3 

8 50-8 

7 40-9 
12 57-4 

15 5-2 

17 10-1 

18 23 

10 27 
13 33 8 
12 17 

28 4-3 1 



Jied liglit not now shown. 
White light now discontinued. 

Seen through an arc of 240°, or 
when bearing from about E. JN. 
round by north to S.S. W. ! W. 
Var 11° 20' W. 

From a vessel moored ofT the mole. 



Substituted for old light. Par- 
ticulars of light uncertain. 



40 37-7 



28 30-3 i 



31 45-7 



Shown over an arc of 180°, be- 
tween N.N.E. § E. and S.S.W. 
'i\\. iVar4°'35'\V.) 



Substituted for the Kinburn 
Beacons, which have been re- 
moved. When in one they l)ear 
E. by N. ^N. aiidVV. byS. iS.. 
di.stant 7 cal)leM nearly ; the 
Jiid. liglit is the easternmo.st. 
(Var 4^40' W.) 

This light is visible between the 
bearings of JiJ.W. l)y VV. i W. 
and W. by N. ,i N. It is also 
exhibited between the line of 
from Little Oereklea.oiithe west 
bank of the river, ami S. ji W. ; 
tins bearing i)a.sHes a cable's 
lenght westward of Arjinskaia 
Bank. 



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00 

00 



02 



(>3 

03 
03 

04 



04 

04 

1)5 
05 
05 
70 
71 

71 

71 

71 



71 



«: Name of 
Light. 



■'■'9 
I 



)nie8tr llive 



ur. 



■teaida. 



ran. 



Mjanzarote 



|t'auaries. 



Ma<leira. 



•^^Fernando [ 
M'ape Verde 



h\t&l. 



toatni Ohir 
.Bombay. 



i<'<ili>ml)o. 



^^ Hiuijoewiii) 
,i (.lava.) 

!3Ran(joon. 



ilMindanao. 
iHakodadi. 



LIGHTS AND TIDES OF THE WORLD. 



I'age ill 
Book. 


"r.--- 


2. 


3. 


4. 


6. 


6. 


7. 




1 Name of 
Light. 


No. of Lights, 
Cliaracter, &c. 




Height 

of Light 

ahove 


Where placed. 


Position. 


Remarks. 


Page in 
Book. 














.2 
> 


the Sea. 




Lat. 


Long. 








S 










N. 


E. 








'» 




Miles 


Feet. 




' 


o / 






(iO 


^niestr lliver. 


'2 P. 


8 


34&79 


. 


46 4-7 


30 21-2 


These lights are only shown so 


71 


()0 




2 F. lied. 


8 


211Si41 








long as the navigation is possible. 






hm. 


2¥. 


5 


about 


On Battery on 


33 17 


35 14-8 


Vertical. 


73 


GO 








50 


the west side 
of the town 








■ 




'Saida. 


2 F. /Zerf. 


5 


about 


Near the south 


33 34-3 


35 21-5 


Vertical. 


73 


62 








02 


l)oint of the 
Island 












*Orau. 


1 F. Green. ■ 


3 


- 


Near the ex- 
tremity of the 


- - 


- 


. 


75 


63 


I 








mole now con- 
structing 




W. 






03 


^Xanzarotf 


2 F. Hed. 





- 


Port Naos 


28 57-4 


13 33 


■ 


76 


(hi 


:-' " 


1 F. 


12 


51 


Point Pechi- 
guera 


28 50-9 


13 52-4 


Illuminates an arc of 223°, com- 
l)rised between Point Papagayo 


70 


r 64 


"P 














and N. 13i° W. 




• 


' ;|L'anarie8. 
"SMaik'ira. 


1 R. ev. min. 


25 


207 


Cumjdida point, 
Palnia Island 


28 50 -l 


17 40-9 


Illuminates an arc of 2.39", coui- 
prised between Gaviota and 
Barlovento Points. 


70 


e. 04 


IF. /?er/. 


8 


112 


In Fort on Loo 


32 37-7 


16 55-1 


- . . . . 


7(i 


04 


J 








Hock, at 
Funchal 












^RtY-rnanclo Po. 


1 I"'- 


5 


. 


Fernando point, 


. 


- 


No particulars published. 


77 


or. 


M 








Isabel Bay 












iC'ajif Verde. 


I R. ev. A niin. 




380 


Hill, west of 


14 43 3 


17 32-4 


Always visible from Dakar, at a 


77 


65 


■■•4 








the Cajie 






distance of '){ miles, but from 
(ioree the fixed light is not 




65 


% 










S. 


E. 


distinguished. j/" 
When the light bears W.^iW. 






^Watal. 


1 Rev. ev. ^uiin 


24 


292 


On the blntr. 


29 52-8 


31 3 


, 7S 


7n 


-1 








south side of 






haul in to the northward for 




a 








the entrance 






the anchorage and anchor in 8^ 




71 


:-tl 














to 10 fathoms, with the light 




'•1 














bearing S.W. or S.W. .i S., 






■I 










N. 




distant one mile. Var 27° W. 
(1800.) 




71 


jKatni Ohiri. 


1 F. /M. 


18 


- 


On an old Fort 


10 59 


73 15-8 


Var O'' 20' E. 


80 


71 


:^Bi'iiitiay. 


1 F. 


- 


- 


Khundari Id. 


- ■ 


- - 


Intended. 


80 




il ,. 


1 F. Red. 


. 


, 


In outer light- 


. 


■ • 


Intended. 


80 


71 


M 








vessel 










MfVilombo. 


I F. 


18 


134 


Chjck-tower in 


55 9 


79 48-7 


Replaces the old light. 


81 




% 








the centre of 
the Fort 












:MBiuijoe\vangie 


IF. 


8 


41 


. 


8 12-3 


114 20-2 


When entering the roadstead of 


83 




H (-'ava.) 














Banjoewangie steer in with the 
light bearing West. 




71 


a|Uaiigoon. 


Lightvessel. 


" 


" 


" " 


10 10 


90 19-0 


The Lightvessel has been shifted 
to this jjosition. It now lies in 
3.^ fatlioins. 


83 




^Mindanao. 


1 F. linL 


6 


32 


On the Quay at 

Sand)oangan 


54 


122 5-8 


- - - - - 


84 


' 


jHHakiidadi. 


1 F. 


5 


21 


Extremity of 
shoal 


41 47-5 


140 44-0 


A lightvessel. 


85 


1 


HKiusiu Island 


1 F. (Wood lire) 


12 


. 


Isaki point 


. 


. 


Existence doubtful. 


85 




^1 (Japan) 



















LIGHTS AND TIDES OP THE WORLD. 



I' 



1. 

Name of 
Light. 



No. of Lights. 
Character, &v. 



Adelaide. 



Geelong. 

Fitzroy River. 
Port Curtis. 
Newcastle 
(Australia.) 



Newfoundland. 



Prince Edward 

Island. 
West Quoddv 

Head 



Buzzanls Bav. 



Chesapeake Bay, 



Albemarle 
Sound. 



( 'ai)e Fear River 



1 F. lied. 



1 F. Red. 

1 F. Red. 
1 F. 
4F. 

Ned d- White. 



1 R. ev. 4 min. 
1 F. 
1 F. 



1 F. 



1 F. 



1 F. Rrd. 

1 F 

IF. 

1 F. 



St. Thoniii.s. 
N'irgin I<ls. 



Jacmel. 



1 F. 



3. 



4. 

Height 

of Light 

ahove 

the Sea, 



Where placed. 



6. 

Position. 



Lat. Long. 



7. 

Remark.s. 



Miles 
G 



Feet. 
27 



14 



10 
10 

10 

10 

9 
<) 



SO 



40 

.'M 
45 



s. 



Semaphore 
Jetty, Lefevre 
Peninsula 



Upper Flats 
(ratcombe Head 



Cape Race 
Cape Pine 
North point 



E. 



Half-a-mileS.E. 

of Hen and 

Chickens' 

iieef 
Off the north 

point of Sharj) 

Island, cntr. 

to Choptank 

river 
On bar of North 

river 
P^ntrance to 

Roanoke River 
Oak Lslai 1 



Bald Head 



N. 



47 .■J-8 



41 273 



38 37 



W. 



63 59-2 



71 0-9 



7(5 21 



18 12 



72 .34 



Shown seaward from S. .^ E. tt) 
N.W. by N., by westward. 
The old red light has been dis- 
continued. A lighthouae will 
be erected on the south sand- 
head of the outer bar, when tiie 
Lightvessel will be removed. 

Placed on the Hrst red dolphin in 
shore of the Ligjitvessel. 

A Lightves.sel. 

Temiiorary, 

Two of the lights are behind the 
town, and two on the Break- 
water. When either set of 
lights is in one, the white light 
will be uppermost. 

The fixed light has been discon- 
tinued. 

The revolving light has been dis- ; 
continued. 



The Fog-bell has been removed 
and a Daboll trumpet substi- 
tuted. The blasts are of "> s. 
duration after intervals of 20 s. 

Lightvessel in 9 fathoms. 



On screw jjiles in 74f*-'et at int-an \ 
tide. 



A screw pile building in 35 t'eet. 

A screw pile building in 7,^ feet 
mean tide. The lightvessel lias 
been removed. 

The high light illuininates the 

horizon; the low light only 

180°. 
The light on Bald Head has been 

discontinued, but the tower 

remains. 
A lied light on the buoy on 

Oxholm Shoal ; a GrifU light 

on the buoy im Rhode.s Bank. 

Lighted only for the use of the 

steamers. 
S(iiilU) have been established on 

the innermost white roek in 

Jaemel Bay. 



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89 

89 
89 



92 
92 
96 
99 

KM 

ill 

1 1.3 

li:t 
114 
114 

121 

121 



1. 

Name of 
Light. 



baguna de 

I Terminos. 

Uver Plate, 
r'aldivia. 

^niqua Rivei 

t'ai)e Oregor> 



lAVIG 



The Princi 



A'.' 



rcilis W, 

[1 the Soien 
liiilian < Iceaii 
■« Pai;t 

Imtion of tl 
lliilinieing evi 
if Places, 
fetiinhitiiiii lit 
^'liiiia ><'as d 
Indian Oceai 
I'mpei'Mture 
[lie Work el 

In sell 

icamined ; a 

kninerous to 

Jirrctidns tni 

loinpilod bv 

The'ii 

luith iii-^taii 

tnilian Oceai 




so 



88 

8'» 
89 
89 



LIGHTS AND TIDES OF THE WORLD 



1. 

Name of 
Light. 



jaguna de 
I Terminoa. 
liver Plate. 
r'aldivia. 

pniqua River. 

::ai)e Gregory. 



2. 

No. of Lights, 
Character, ^c. 



3 4. 

I iieiglit 

^ '.(f Light 

•g nbove 

S the Sea. 



[Miles 
1 R. ev. 3 mill. 14 

i 

1 F. 

1 F. (flash.) : 8 



1 K. (flash) 15 



6. 

Where placed. 



6. 

Poaition. 



Lat. 



Long. 



7. 

Remarks. 



Feet. 
99 



121 



7.-) 



I N. 1 W. 

10 ' O ' 

Point Xicalaiigo 18 37 '8 i 91 54-9 j - 

IS.! I 

Panela Rock 34 54-6 [ 5G 24-3 \ Lightvessel. 



Page ill 
Book. 



Castle Niebla 39 52 
point I N. 

i 
On islet oiT the , 43 20 '6 
Cape I 



73 24-5 



- \ The light has been discontinued. 

124 22-3 Duration of flash 3 s. ; duration 
of eclipse 3s. ; intervals between 
] flash and eclipse 2 min. 



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INTRODUCTION I. 



^Y, 



LIGHTHOUSES, BEACONS, AND BUOYS. 



la. 



ce, 



NE, 



ii;,'ra)ihy 'if tli" 
il with Shii>piiig 
.niliasa— Sailing 

11 new lights 
of Rocks aad 

■ Dangt'i-s as an; 
is dormant, ami 
ice, as well as of 



)NDON, 



TiiK early liistory of Bi:acon Lights for the guidance of Jiiariners is as obscure and mythical as is that of the 
Mariner's Compass; but it may well be assumed that the advantage of such beacons would not be unappre- 
ciated ])y those trading nations of antiquity tluit owed a large part of their commerce — and consequent Avealth 
and greatness — to the maritime enterprise fostered among tliem. Nor is it at all improbable, that while the 
" watch-tower," by whatever means illuminated, indicated to the seaman his near approach to a well-frequented 
and populous haven, the majority of the beacons would be little else than " tvood-Jires burnt under an open 
shed," similar to those of the Japanese in our own time; and though no scientific hydrographer in those days 
mig])t h.ive CAiutioned the mariner " not to place too much confidence in such lights, especially in wet weather 
when the fire is replenislied with damp fuel, for it then becomes very dim, and is sometimes temporarily 
obscured," — this knowledge must often have been acquired by fatal experience. 

Of the antiquity, liowever, of beacon lights there is no question ; and that some of them must have been 
of a superior cliaracter is equally certain, else IIoMEii's simile (" lUad," XIX.) when describing the shield of 
Achilles would be inapplicable : — 

"So to night-wandering sailors, pale with fear.i, 
Wide o'er the watery waste a light appears, 
Which on the far-seen mountain bhazing high, 
Streams from some hmely watch-tower to the sky."' 

Rut of all ancient lighthouses the most celebrated was the Pharos of Alexr ndria, built in the reign of 
Ptoi.kmy PiULADKi-riius, about 300 years before tlio Christian era. It stood on the island of Pharos, whence its 
name, and consisted of several stories of white stone, having windows in the upper stories looking seawards ; 
and, Tudess the passage, from Pliuy, where he ex])lains how its coiiliinious light distinguishes it from a star, is 
misunderstood, it could scarcely have been illuniinated by the ilickeriug llames of an open fire. It is said to 
have cost a s\im equal to 390,000/. of our money. 

Stiubo tells oi'a magnificent lighthouse at A^iio, near the harbour of Menestheus (the modern Puerto de 
Santa Maria), as a guide for the shallows at the mouth of the Guadalquiver ; tradition also indicates that the 
tower of Corufia (the tower of Hercules) Avas at an early period erected for the use of the Irish in their frequent 
intercourse with Spain ; while p(>culiar ruins, described in some rather obsci^re passages of our ancient historians, 
have led to the belief that there were liglithouses at Dover, Boulogne, Flamboro' Head, St. Edmund's Chapel, 
Norfolk, and a lew other places, — but these are mere conjectures; and," indeed, on the whole, our knowledge 
both of the light towers of the ancients and of their mode of illuminating them is extremely vague. 

From the uncertain Ave pass to the certain, and we find that the requirements of navigation, in respect to 
lighthouses, were not admitted to be of much importance before the middle of the sixteenth century, when the 
Scaw and the Anhalt island lighthouses were erected by the Danes, and the tower of Cordouan by the French ; 



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but progress in this department was at first very slow, and far from kee])ing i)aco with the rapid development 
of commercial enterprise, — so much so that all improvements in the construction of the buildings, and in the 
mode of illumination, are of modern date. 

Some of the structures and their sites are of especial interest; to these, therefore, we particularly refer. 
The illuminating apparatus of lighthouses in the time of our forefathers was very different from that 
which now-a-days casts its welcome gleams afiir Irom sunset to sunrise ; all the early structures were -lighted, 
either by blazing faggots of wood burned in an open chauffer, or they were open coal fires, which, from the very 
nature of the material, and its exposed position at the top of the beacon tower, must have been most inefficient 
when its distant flame would have been most ai)preciated by the storm-tossed mariner. 

The accomjianying Avoodcut shows the old beacon towci- on the isle of May, at the entrance to the Firth 
of Forth, Scotland; the suuunit was crowned by a chauffer, in which a coal-fire was burnt during the long 

period'of 181 years — from 1C35 to 181G ; the fuel was raised to the top by means 
of a pulley and box, fitted outside the tower. " The consumption of coal in this 
open chauffer was latterly about four hundred tons per annum ; it was one of the 
best coal-fires in the kingdom, and three men were employed to keep the bonfire 
burning; — but its appearance was ever varying; now shooting up in high flames, 
again enveloped in dense smoke, and never well seen when most required. "When 
Mu. li. Stevenson visited the island with a view to its purchase by the Commissioners 
of Northern Lighthouses, he was told l)y the keeper that in violent gales the fire 
only kindled on the leeward side, and that he was in the habit of putting his arm 
through the windward bars of the chauffer to steady himself while he supplied the 
fire with coals, so that in the direction in which it wsis most wanted hardly any 
light was visible." 

It is questionable whether such lights were better than none ; but in a 
. • prospective view, at lejist, it is certain that, had they not been established, our 

present lighthouse system would not have attained to such perfection. That the changeful aj)pearances 
>f the chauffer iires were at times positively dangerous, is certain, for, among other disasters, II.M.'s ships 
Nifmphen and Pallas were wrecked, in December, 1810, near Dunbar, owing to mistaking the light of a lime- 
kiln on the coast for that of the isle of May. 

Many of the English lighthouses exhibited coal fires far into the present century, and the last was extin- 
guished at St. Bees in 1822. 




The Tour de ConDOUAN. — A light tower that deserves especial notice not only from its antiquitj', but 
from its architectural grandeiu- — "being unquestionably the noblest edifice of the kind in the world" — is 
the Tour de Cordouan, at the mouth of the river Gironde, in France. It was commenced in 1584, and 
completed in IGIO. It consists of a pile of masonry rising in successive galleries, enriched with pilasters and 
friezes; and around the base of the building is a wall, 134 feet in diameter, which receives the chief shock of 
the waves. Within the building is a chapel, various apartments, and a spacious staircase; the uppermost 
gallery is surmounted by a conical tower, terminating in the lantern, above which is an elegant spire. This is 
one of the lighthouses in which has been exhi1)ited every important imj>rovement in the art of illumination ; — 
its first light was obtained by burning billets of oak in a chauffer, then coal was substituted for wood ; after- 
wards a rude tinned reflector wa" placed above the fire, to throv;^ down the light; in 1780, oil lamps and 
improved reflectors were adopted; and finally, in 1822, the Dioptric apparatus of Fkesnel was introduced. 



The Eddystone Lighthouse. — The first light-tower on the Eddystone rock was designed by Wm- 
STANLEY, and constructed of wood ; it was commenced in 1C9G, and completed in 1G98. The lantern was 
at first fitted at an elevation of 60 feet above the rock, but as the sea broke fairly over the top, its height M'as 
subseqtiently increased to 120 feet. In November, 1703, the building was under repair, when the great storm 
of the 26th of that month swept it away, — on which occasion Winstanley and his assistants unhappily perished. 



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Shortly after the destruction of this lighthouse the Winchelsea ship of war was wrecked on the rock, and most 
of lier crew were drowned; but nevertheless it was not until 1706 that another tower was projected, under the 
direction of Rudyeud, Like its predecessor, this was of wood, but or greater strength, and devoid of all 
architectural decoration ; it lasted till 1755, when it was accidentally destroyed by fire ; the height of this 
tower, including, the lantern, was 92 feet. 

No time was lost in replacing a light-tower in a position of such importance, and the eminent engineer, 
Smeaton, was commissioned to undertake its construction. This time the edifice was to be of stone, which 
Smeaton justly considered most suitable for the situation; he first landed on the rock in April, 1756, and soon 
made arrangements for cutting the solid rock into regular horizontal benches 
for the foundation, which could only bo accomplished at intervals, since not 
more than five hours' Avork could be done in each tide. In June, 1757, the 
first stone was laid ; the lower part of the tower, to 12 feet from the base, is 
a solid mass of masonry, the upper part consists of four rooms, one over the 
other ; at the top is a gallery and the lantern ; the building was completed in 
August, 1759, and in October following the light was first exhibited — a 
feeble light from a chandelier with twenty-four tallow candles. 

Three years and three-quarters elapsed from the first stroke on the rock 
until the completion of the edifice as a lighthouse, but the total working time 
had not been more than 112^ days. From base to vane it is 89 feet, and in 
its construction were used 1493 blocks of stone, 1800 oak trenails, 4570 
wedges, upwards of 1000 joggles, and other fastenings. 

From that day to this the Eddystone Lighthouse of Smeaton has stood the 
brunt of many a fearful storm, and is still as firm as the rock on which it is 
built ; it first demonstrated the fact that a durable and safe building could bo 
erected on any outlying rock, with a surface barely uncovered for a short time : . . 

during each tide — let the situation bo ever so much exposed to wind and waves ; and since then, similar 
structures have been* raised near many a dangerous coast, the last such being on the Alguada reef, in the Bay 
of Bengal. 

In September, 1810, candles were extinguished in the Eddystone, and oil substituted — twenty -four Argand 
lamps, with parabolic reflectors; the last improvement took place in 1845, by the introduction of a Dioptric 
light of the second order. 




THE EDDYSTONE lilOHSUOUSK. 



The Bell Rock Lighthouse. — The success attending the building of the- Eddystone lighthouse was 
sure to lead to propositions for other structures in situations similarly dangerous to navigation. The 
Inchcape, or Bell Rock, had borne a bad name for centuries, standing as it does in the fairway of the Firth 
of Tay. Here, however, notwithstanding that the rock is covered to the depth of 12 feet at high-water 
springs, Robert Stevenson, the Engineer to the Northern Lighthouse Commissioners, undertook to build a 
lighthouse after the model of the Eddystone. A foundation having been excavated, 16 feet below high-water 
springs, the first stone was laid in July, 1808, and the light first exhibited on the night of February 1st, 1811. 
Here, also, the base is of solid masonry to the height of 30 feet, at which height is the do'or, the ascent being 
by a massive bronze ladder. The tower is 100 feet high, 42 feet diameter at the base, and 12 feet at the top. 
Beside carrying a Catoptric light of the first order, a bell is tolled in foggy weather. This lighthouse was 
erected at the cost of 61,331/. 9s. 2d. 



The Skekkyvore Lighthouse was constructed by In. Alan St£VENS0N, the present engineer to the 
Northern Lighthouse Commissioners, and son of the engineer of the Bell Rock lighthouse. Since the 
eroction of the edifice he has written a work full of interesting details respecting the undertaking, and therefore 
this description will be given in his own words :— 



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" The Skerryvore Rocks, which lie about 12 miles W.S.W. of tho acaward point of the islo of Tyree, in 
Argyllshire, were long known as a terror to mariners, owing to the numerous shipwrecks, fatal alike to tho 
vessels and tho crews, which had occurred in their neighbourhood, A list, confessedly incomplete, enumerates 
thirty vessels lost in the forty years preceding 1844; but how many others which, during that period, had 
been reported as ' foundered at sea,' or as to whose fate not even an opinion has been ha/arded, may have 
been wrecked on this dangerous reef, which lies so much in the track of tho shipping of Liverpool and the 
Clyde, it would be vain to conjecture. The Commissioners of the Northern Lighthouses had for nuuiy years 
entertained the project of erecting a lighthouse on the Skerryvore, and with this object had visited it, more 
especially in the year 1814. The great dilliculty of landing on the rock, which is worn smooth by the 
continual beat of Atlantic waves, which ri.se with luidiininisbcd power from the deep water near it, held out no 
cheering prospect; and it was not until the year 1834, when a minute survey of the reef was ordered by the 
Board, that the idea of commencing this formidable work was seriously embraced. 

"The reef is composed of numerous rijcks, stretching over a surface of nearly 8 miles from W.S.W. to 
E.N.E. The main vucleus, which alone jn-esents sufficient surfyce for tho base of a lightho.ise, is naarly 
3 miles from the seaward end of the cluster. It is composed of a very compact rock, called gneiss, worn 
smooth as glass by the incessant play of the waters, and is so small that at high water little remains aroiuui 
the base of the tower but a narrow band of a few feet in width, and some rugged humps of rock, separated by 
gullies through which the sea plays almost incessantly. The cutting of the foundation for the tower in this 
irregular flinty mass occupied nearly two simimers ; and the blasting of tho rock, in so narrow a space, without 
any shelter from the risk of flying splinters, was attended with much hazard. 

" In such a situation as that of Skerryvore, everytlung was to be provided beforehand and transported from 
a distance ; and the omission in the list of wants of even a little clay for the tamping of the mine-holes, nright for a 
time have entirely stopped the works. Barracks were to be built at the workyard in the neighbouring island of 
Tyree, and also in the isle of Mull, where the granite for the tower was quarried, ^iors were also built in 
Mull and Tyree for the shipment and landing of materials ; and at the latter place a harbour or basin, with a 
reservoir and sluices for scouring the entrance, wore I'ornitd for the accommodation of the small vessel which 
attends the lighthouse. It was, besides, found necessary, in order to expedite the trans?port of the building 
materials from Tyree and Midi to Skerryvore Kock, to build a steam-tug, which also served, in the early 
stages of the work, as a floating barrack for the workmen. In that branch of the service she ran maiiy risks, 
while she lay moored ofi" the rock in a perilous anchorage, with ta-o-thirds of the horizon of foul grouii(,l, and a 
rocky and deceitful bottom on which the anchor often tripped. 

" The operations at Skerryvore were commenced in the summer of 1838, by placing on the rock a wooden 
barrack. The framework was erected in the course of the sciison on a part of the rock as far removed as possible 
from the proposed foundation of the lighthouse tower; but in the great gale which occurred on tho night of the 
3rd of November following, it was entirely destroyed and swept from the rock, nothing remaining to point out 
its site but a few broken and twisted iron stancheons, and attiiched to one of them a piece of a beam so shaken 
and rent by dashing against the rock as lit^irally to resemble a bunch of laths. Thus did one night obliterate 
the traces of a season's toil, and blast the hopes which the workmen fondly cherished of a stable dwelling 
on the rock, and of refuge from the miseries of sea-sickness, which the experience of the season had taught 
many of them to dread more than death itself. After the removal of the roughest part of the foundation 
of the tower had been nearly completod, during almost two entire seasons, by the party of men who 
lived on board the vessel while she lay moored off the rock, a second and successful attempt was made 
to place a second beacon of the same description, but strengthened by a few additional iron ties, and a 
centre post, in a part of the rock less exposed to the breach of the heaviest waves than tho site of the 
first barrack had been. This second house braved the storm for several years after the works were 
fini,-hed, when it was taken down and removed from the rock to prevent any injury from its sudden destruc- 
tion by the waves. Perched 40 feet above the wave-beaten rock, in this singular abode, the writer, with a 
goodly company of thirty men, has spent many a weary day and night at those times when the sea prevented 
any one gomg down to the rock, anxiously looking for supplies from the shore, and earnestly longing for a 



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chanRO of woa*^: favournhle to the rccDmmoncenu'nt of the works. For milc8 around nothing could be sacn 
but wliito foauirg brcakora, and nothing lioanl but howling wind.q and lashing waves. At sucli scaMoim much 
of our timo was spent in bod ; for thcro alone wo liad oUbctual slioltor from the wind? and tho spray, wlucli 
searched every cranny in the walls of the barrack. Our slumbers, too, were at times fearfully interrupted by 
the sudden pouring of tho sea over tho roof, tho rocking of tho house on. its pillars, and the spurting of water 
through tho seams of the doors and windows, symptoms which to one suddenly aroused from sound sleep, re- 
called tho appalling fate of the Ibrmnr barrack, which had been ongulphod in the foam not twenty yards from 
our dwelling, and for a moment scorned to summon us to a similar fate. On two occasions, in particular, those 
sensations were so vivid as to cause almost every one to spring out of bed ; and some of tho men fled from the 
barrack by a temporary gangway, to tho more stable but less comfortable shelter aUbrdod by the bare wall of 
the lighthouse tower, then unllnisliod, where they spent tho remainder of tho night in tho darkness and 
the cold. 

" Tho design for tho Skorryvoro lighthouse was based on that of Smkaton's Eddystono tower, adapted 
to the peculiar situation and tho circumstances of tho case at tho Skorryvoro, with su'.'h modifications 
in tho general arrangements and dimensions of the building, as tho enlarged views of the importance of light- 
houses which prevail in the present day seemed to call for. On those peculiarities it will ha mmecessary 
to enlarge, it being sufficient in this place to notice a few of tho principal dimensions of tho building, and some 
circumstances connected with the work. 

" The quarries in Tyroo having failed to produce an adequate supply of materials for the work, recourse 
was had to the granite rock of the Ross of Mull, access to whicli, free of all tax or ground-rent, was, in the 
most liberal manner, granted by the proprietor. His Grace tho Dukk ok Ahoyi.l. This change of operations 
involved the cost of a separate establishment in the isle of Mull, as well as the expense attending the double 
reshipmont of the materials, and their transport from Mull to Tyroe, a passage of about 30 miles thi'ough a 
very rough seaway. 

" Tlie Skorryvoro tower is 138 feet inches high, 42 feet in diameter at tho base, and IG feet at the 
top. It contiiins a mass of stone work of about 58,580 cubic feet, or more than double that of the Bell Rock, 
and not nuich less than Jive times tliat of tho Eddystone. Tho lower part of the tower was built by means of 
jib-cranes, ami tlie upper part with t-hear-polcs, needles, and a balance-crane. The shear-polos Averc similar to 
those used by Ssikaton at the Eddystone ; and tho jib-rranes and balance-crane were the same as those which 
were dosigned for and first employed by Ml!. Ixohkijt Stevenson, in tho erection of tho B(dl Rock lighthouse. 
The balance-crane used at Skorryvoro, was necessarily somewhat larger than that of the Bell Rock, and was 
susceptible of Iwing lengthened as the tower rose^ by moans of additional pieces of pillar let in by spigot and 
faucet joints. On this pillar a frame of iron was placed, capable of revolving freely round it, and carrying two 
trussed arms .and a double train of barrels and gearing, worked by men standing On stages, which revolved 
round along with tho framework of tho crane from which thoy hung. On the one -arm hung acylindric weight 
of cast-iron, which coidd be moved along it by means of the gearing, so as to increase or diminish by leverage 
its effect as a counterpoise; and on tho other was a roller. The roller was so connected with the weight on 
tho opposite arm, as to move along Avith it, receding from or approaching to th« centre pillar of iron in the 
same manner as tho woiglit did. From the roller hiuig a sheave, over which a chain moved, with a hook at 
the end for raising the stones. When a stone Avas to be raised, the Aveight and tlie sheave Avere drawn out to 
the end of tho arms of the crane, which projected over tho outside of the Avails of the tower, and they were 
held in their places by simply locking the gearing Avliich moved them. The second train of gearing Avas then 
brought into play to Avork the chain Avhich hung over the sheave, and so to raise the stone to a helglit sufficient 
to clear the top of tho wall. When in that position, the first train of gearing was sloAvly unlocked, and tlie 
slight declivity iuAvards from the end of the arms formed an inclined plane, along Avhicli the roller carrying the 
sheave was alloAved sloAvly to move — one man using a break on the gearing to prevent a rapid run — Avhile the 
fir.st train of gearing AA'as sloAvly Avound by the others, so as to take up the chain Avhich passed over the sheave 
and thus to keep the stone from descending too Ioav in proportion as it approached the centre of the tower. 
When the stone so raised had reached such a positionr as to hang right over the Avall, the crane was made to 



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turn roxintl the centre column in any direetion that was nccesMary, in order to bring it exactly abovo the 
jilaco where i» wiw to \w set ; and l)y working cither train of goariii^r, it could he moved horizontally or 
vertically in any way that was rcijuircd. A needfi' is merely a beam projecting from the Iniihling, with a pulley 
at it« outer end, through wliich a chain in worked by means of a cral) jilaeed insido the tower ; it was used 
for raising the stonoto such u level as to be within roach of the chain from the balance-crano on the top of tho 
building. 

"The mortar used at the Skerryvore was compounde«l of equal parts of limestone (from tho Halkin 
mountain, near Holywell, in North Wales), burnt and ground at tho works, and of I'ozzolano earth. The 
mixture was carefully beaten up to tho rccjuircd coiirtiHtcney with sea-water. All tho joints of each course 
of the building were carefidly lillcd with (/rout, which is cement in a fluid state. 

"The entire cost of tho lighthouse, including tho purchase of tho Bteam-vcHsel, and tho building of 
tho harbour at Hynish for tho reception of tho small vessel which now attends tho lighthouse, was 
815,1)77/. 17«. 7(/. The illuminating apparattis is Dioptric of the first order, and tho light revolving. 

" In such a situation as tho Skerryvore, itmnmeruble delays and disappointments were to bo expected by 

those engaged in tho work ; and tho entire loss of tho fruit of tho first 
season's labour in tho course of a fow hours, was a good lesson in tho 
chool of patience, and of trust in something better than an arm of flesh. 
During our progress, also, cranes and otiier materials were swept away by 
tho waves; vessels were driven by sudden gales to seek shelter at a distiincc 
from tho rocky shores A' Mull and Tyree ; and tho workmen were lell on 
the rock desponding and idle, and destitute of many of the comforts with 
which a more roomy and sheltered dwelling, and tho neighbourhood of 
friend'^, are generally connected. Daily risks were rim in landing on the 
rock in a heavy surf, in blasting the splintery gneiss, or by tho fiilling of 
eavy bodies from tlie tower on the narrow space below, to which so many 
persons were necessarily confined. Yet had we not any loss of either life or 
lindj ; and although our labours wore i)rolonged from dawn to night, and 
our provisions were chiefly salt, the health of the jjcople, with the exception 
of u few slight cases of dysentery, was generally good throughout tlio six 
successive summers of our sojourn on the rock. The close of tlie work 
was welcomed with thankfulness by all engaged in it ; and our remarkable preservation was viewed, even by 
many of the most thoughtless, as, in a peculiar manner, tho gracious work of Him by whom 'the very hairs 
of our heads aro all numbered,' " 




SKBRRyVOUH UaHTIHHrBE. 



The proportions of tho Eddystone, Bell Rock, and Skerryvore towers aro respectively ; 



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At Top. 


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Bell Rock . . . 

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13,343 feet. 
28,530 „ 

58,580 „ 


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42 „ 
42 „ 


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girt buildings are constructed. It is difficult from Smkaton's description to define clearly the basis on which 
he proceeded, beyond that of general analogy ; one thing, however, is certain — the Eddystone lighthouse was 
the first durable structure of the kind erected, and it bears a striking resemblance to the symbol of stability 
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niUHH, (lepetidrt, C(Tterh parihiiH, on the Iowiicms of it« centre of gravity, the general notion of its form is that of a 
cone; but that, aH the forces to which its several horizontal sections are opposed decrease towards its top in a rapid 
ratio, the solid shoidd he ^eneratc<l by the revolution of soiiii> curve line convex to the axis of the tower, and 
gradually npi>n)a<-hii!g to parallelism with it; and this is, in fact, a general deHcrii)tion of the Kddystoiie tower 
devised hy Smkaton." Hut he himself, from the examination of four diflbrent curves— the parabolic, loga- 
rithmic, hyperbolic, and conchoidal — which might bo used in the constnicti(m of the shaft of such a light- 
house, and in which the centre of gravity of the mass varies but little from HO feet above the base, choso the 
third as most Huit;il)lo; and conse(piently the shaft of the Skerryvore ])illar, wldch ho designed and super- 
intended, " is a solid, generated by the revolution of a rectangular hyperbola about its assymptote as a vertical 
axis." All this may not be very edifying to the seaman, nevertheless it describes as briefly os possible, and 
sufKcitMitly for ordinary purposes, tlio architectxiral principle involved ; but from the first to the latest 
Imilding of the kind — while all display a rcmarkabh^ solidity and coherence of structure — Smkaton's Eddy- 
stoiu' probably surjiasses the rest in beauty and efVect to the eye, emerging as it does from the sea in a curve 
singularly coincident with that of the rock on which it is based, and is thus in a manner hf)mogeneous to the 
rock as well as to itself; this, however, may possibly be the accidetit of position arising from the general 
contour of the Eddystone rock. 

These arc triumphs of engineering skill. It is an easy matter to erect a lighthouse on a lofty cliff, on a 
low promontory, or on a shingle beach ; not so on a rock bari'ly uncovered at low water, in the; face of the 
long swell of the open ocean, and where the waves thunder on it with a jjresaurt of 3000 to 4000 lbs. on the 
square foot; yet these difficulties the engineers of our day readily overcome; and, strange to say, those noble 
structures, in their very strength and mussivcness, enforce the adoption of a form and outline far more elegant 
than is necessarily retpiired for the less exposed ])uilding; so that it has been truly observed that, '' taken alto- 
gether, they are perhaps the most perfect specimens of modern architecture which exist. Tall and graceful 
as the minar of an eastern mosque, they possess far more solidity and beauty of construction, and, in addition 
to this, their form is as a])propriate to the purpose for which it was designed as anything ever done l)y the 
Greeks, and, consequently, meets the requirements of good architecture quite as much as a column of the 
Parthenon." 

It is scarcely necessary to enumerate all the lighthouses that have been built on these prototypes — the 
latest, however, is not unworthy of notice. 

The Ai.oiADA LKiUTUoi'SE on the Alguada reef, southward of the mouth 
of the liassein river, on the coast of British Birmah, was designed by LlEUT.- 
Coi.. Ai.KXANDEK FitASEH, on the model of the Skerryvore lighthouse, with 
alterations to suit the site. The execution of this work is remarkable as 
having been performed by coolie labour. 

The Alguada reef is situated in the track of vessels bound to or from 
the *' rice ports'' of British Birmah, and a warning beacon for that dangerous 
spot had long been desired ; except in tlie very calmest weather the sea is 
always breaking over the rocks constituting the reef, and it is certain 
destruction for a vessel to be cast upon it. It was not only necessary to 
have the lighthouse of great height, but ample room was requisite for the 
large establishment which the climate requires ; with sufficient space for stores 
and provisions for six months, as, during the S.W. Monsoon, it is not only 
dangerous to approach, but, if approached, landing would be almost impossible. 

The stone for the structure was at first obtained from the island of algcada rkef lighthousk. 

Kalegoak, 200 miles distant; but, though good, it did not work well; 
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and got, tho remnindor r>f tlio Btono from Pnlo Oiibin, nonr Sinniiporo, upwurdd of 1000 niilos; wliilo iht- 
<liflic!\ilty in procuring skilled lubourerH, who Imd to be l)roiight fronj Miidrus, Hnd even from China, rendonsd 

it still moro oxiiriiHivc. 

In Jammrv, IHCO, tho work of cntting out iho foundation was commonocd, iiud wuh ooniplotod during the 
Hcuaon. On I'\'l)ruary llth, 18C1, tiio first Htonc was laid, aiul, with inconccivaiiio difricultioa in rogard to 
labour, the building steadily progn-Nsed, till, on April 'i.'lrd, lH(i5, a first-class rcvohin;/ light— Dioptric 
apparatus of the tir.^t ordor— was oxhibitcd at an olovation of 114 feet above tho level of high water, and 

visible 20 miles. 

Tlu! tower is ino feet high from base to vane, tho foinidation being in the solid rook to a depth of 7 J feet 
below the level of high water •fli)ring tides. Materials, workmen, provisions, fresli water, all had to bo brought 
from a distance, and each lauding on the reef was a battle to bo foughli with the elements, yet not a life was lost. 
Only two Euruiu'aus — Coi.oNKi, FitASKU, and his assistant, Likhtknant M'Nkii.k— and only two of tho natives 
stuck to this hard job from beginning to end, the working oslablishmcnt being usually comiwsed of new men 
at the beginning of each season. The (iovernor-Oeneral of India, when commending Likut.-Colonel Fiiaskh 
"for his zeal and judgment, his forethought, resource, energy, and perseverance," renuirks that "it is seldom 
that it falls to the lot of any individual, in India especially, to carry thnmgh a work of such magnitude, 
extending over so long a i)eriod. The work itseU' is unique, certainly in the East, an<l, whether regard 
be had to cost, execution, or rate of progress, nuiy challenge comparison with its smaller prototype — tho 
Skerryvore." 

Of the lighthouses built along the coast or on the summit of islands, our limited space docs not jjermit of 
our saying mueh; it is well known that they are of every variety of form — some circular, some square, some 
hexagonal, some octagonal, (fee., — and that they are built either of stone or brick, according to the abundance 
of material in the vicinity, and that the keeper's dwelling and the storerooms o(!cupy a limited area at the 
base of tlie tower. Keccntly, however, a novel class of towers has been introduced, consisting of iron plates 
bolted toi/et/ifr ; these are particularly adapted for places where skilled labour cann()t bo obtained, or where a 
suitable building material is not found near the jn-oposed site. Such structures, 1)uilt in England, have beeii 
erected in the West Indies and other localities. Kussia has also adopted them. 

The SESKAit liKiirnio'L-sK, on the island of Si!skar, in (he (lulf of Kirdand, M) miles west of Kronstiit, 
and erected in IH.'jH, is of this description. The tower is circular in form, and (oustrucied of cast-iron })lates, 
100 in number, being 10 in height and 10 in circumference. The base of tho tower is 20 feet in diameter. 
The top under the gallery is 12 feet, whilst the height, being 82 feet, gives it the appearance of a column of 
good proportions. Round the top, on the outside of the column, is ;i gallery projecting three feet, supported 
by ornamental brackets. The j)hites i'ormiug the coluum vary in thickness from 1,[ to ^ of an inch, and have 
strong internal flanges, which are made perlectly ,evel, and reduced to one unili)rm size luider the planing 
machine. These plates are secured together by upwards of 2000 l)olts and nuts ot" large size. In the centre 
of the tower is a large j^ipe 18 in(;hes diameter, jiassing from the bottom to tin- top, which serves to assist in 
carrying the various iron floors, carries the Dioptric light, and down which passes the weight causing il,at 
portion of the light to revolve which produces tho flashes. There are five wrougiiL-iron floors carried tpr.u 
wrought-iron beams, supported by the internal flanges of the plates and the centre column. These llo. ■..:, 
reached from stage to stage by a neat wrought- ii'on sen.i-spiral stiiircase. The rooms are lighted by small 
plate-glass window.s, which are provided with a eh "er ontrivanee for keeping tlujin shut or partially oj)en to 
any angle, and so securely as to resist the force of tlie jjaVi'st gale of wind. Un tho summit of th<! ct)hunn 
is placed the lantern, which is a 12-sided figure, having '^use of cast-iron plates, and surmoimted with solid 
gun-motal sash-bars, framing 3G large panes of platt; glass, sj^ich Malf an inch in thickness. This is again 
surmounted by a galvanized wrought-iron framed louf, .uvl etvcred v/itK t, patent fibrous slab. This slab 
has the advantage of being firejjroof, indestructible, and res;;{'ng excessi\ o cold and heat. Upon the top of 
this slab covering is again one of copper, and imderucath it a galvanized wrought-iron ceiling. Upon the 
Rpex is mounted a well-arranged cowl, surmounted by an arrow forming a vane of no small dimensions. 



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ThU cowl is a Inrgo liollow hall of copper open nt tlio bottom, nnd into which pnitsi's tho vontilnting chimney 
of tlio liglit. Upon tho oiitiT periphery on one side, and directly under tho feather of the arrow, are pierced 
many small mpiare holes, forminj?, howevti !i less aperture than the (liami-ter of the hall. Thene holes being 
under the <■ ijier, are always sheltered from lii'- wind ; it follows that tho wind in passing catisos ut the hack 
of tho ball .. partial vacuum, and into this the heat. d air fi-om tho lantern and light instantly passes, keeping 
tHe light-room nicely cool, and allowing of Uu (! )wn draiigh —thus preventing that flickering of tho light so 
frequently sei'ti in ill-ventilated light-rooms. Tin rower and mtorn arc painted bright red, being tho best. 
distitiguiHhiiig colour for hazy and foggy w. ither. Tlu- mtflrnai portion of the Ian n in daytime is hung 
with strong linen curtains, to exclude tho rays of the sun; and llii^ is very necessary, tor when the sim's rays 
full upon tho foci of tho lenses of the rotatory jtortion of the light, ' "V form burm glasses of so nuich 
power that it would melt the lirass of the latnp. (Tnderniialii 'he ghiss windows, on the side of the lantern, 
is an ornamontid gallery for the purpose of reaching all portiu ol' tho ght, and to enabi, the windows and 
light to L*^ cleoiiod. The light is constructed according to the I •)ptric sj stem (second order) of riiESNEi, 

Tt i« well i. lown to the navigator that thero are numerous enrol reefs in tho Eastern seas on wh ch, sin(;.p 
the^ .ir( -'tuatefl in well-fre(|M('iited highways of commerce, a lighthouse wojdd 1"> greatly appre( ed; . ul now 
that the I'iudaliis and Ushrnlli reels in the Rod Sea have betin lighted, 't is pi .hablo that othc reefs i iiy be 
sunilarly li<,dited in tho China Sea and in Torres Strait. Tho erection ' a I ^hthouso on such ;. site in olves 
maki'ig a lase on which to rest it — for a coral reef awash or nearly «o, though a formidable dan^.'er to a Oiip, 
is not a liard rock that can bo cut and worked by mason.s' tools; on the ontrary, it is in nrmy parts ■*>- 
hollow and tn'acherous, — and tho upper surface in some places so frini' • that it could not 8U[)p<)rl ^.—--ii 
pressure within a limited space. A lighthou.sc, therefore, for such a positi i must not be a massive, weigrit 
»tructure, and it must bo spread over an area as largo as possible. 

The D.KHAi.is Lir.iiTiiotrsK rests upon twelve pillars of teak IGfeet ' igh, . -ranged in two concentric circl.. 
These having been fixed in jilaee, their feet merely standing on the .surfac of iho coral, and their heaeli* 
connected together by a suitable wrought iron framing, the space around thei to the distance of 36 feet wi»f 
enclosed by a fence of iron jjlates, set on edge (4 feet high), the top of which ri. ?8 to a little above high-water 
mark. The enclosed space was then filled \, irh a concrete formc'd of Portland < inent, mixed with coral sand 
Each of tho teak piles has, on each side, a flat shoulder about li feet from its foo . xmdcr whicli a strong beam 
of timber is laid and solidly bedded in tho concrete. The whole weight of the rructure rests upon the area 
of the concrete, and does not press unduly upon any limited space. Tho surface if the concrete, being raised 
above high- water level, forms a convenient dry platform, and the lighthouse stands, as it were, on a small 
circular islet of artificial stone. 

The superstructure of the lighthouse consists of a framework of wrought iron, which, as well as that on 
the IJshrudl reef, was manufactured by >ressrs. G. Fohresteb and Co., at Liverpo'l. The whole was ereqted 
in their yard, and the .several pieces marked befoi-e it was taken down, so that they might be replaced in their 
pro])er jiositions. The frame consists of twcnty-lbur upright pieces, arranged like the piles below, in two 
conc( : trie circles, the uner one being about 12 feet diameter at top and bottom, and the outer one 25 feet at 
the bottom, diminishing to 18 feet at the top. There are four tiers of uprights, eacli 9 feet in height, and at 
each tier the uprights are connected by horizontal Avrought-iron beams, forming complete rings. The two 
circles are further connected by twelve radiating iron girders at each tier, and the whole is connected and 
riveted together so *a to form a very rigid frame. Each tier forms a floor. Tho area Avithin the inner circle 
is covered with ca-i-iron plates filled with concrete; the area between the inner and outer circles is floored 
with open cast-ir.>n graimg^i. The inner circle is completely enclosed by plates of corrugated iron, except the 
required doors and win<loWs. forming four complete rooms, one above another, about 12 feet diameter. The 
spaces between fhie npriirlits in tli*' outer circle are alternately completely and half filled in, so that outside of 
each room is a kiiud of pai tinllv ftiicloseil verandah, which, while admitting the wind both through, the half- 
open sides and the floor grating.^ shades the aides of tho central enclosed room from the sun. The shade may 
be made more complete at pleasurr ' y means of canvas curtains drawn over the openings. A water-tank to 

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MAPLIN SCRKW PILE 
LIOHTHOUSB. 



hold 15,000 gallons of water is aUached to the lowest floor, and the lighthouse is furnished with a small 
apparatus for distilling sea-water. 

Intermediate between the lighthouse erected on the shore and that stately shaft built on an outlying rock, 

is the mongrel edifice known as the Pile lighthouse ; of this class the number is not 

largo. It is generally constructed of wood or iron, according to the locality, — the 

habitable part of the building and the lantern resting on long spider-like legs. For the 

shallow waters at the mouths of tidal rivers such structures are especially suitable, being 

used to mark the narrow navigable channels which exist between the flats of sand or mud 

so common in estuaries. In some cases the foundation is of such a character that the pile 

could not be driven home in the ordinary manner, and hence the adoption of the screw 

PILE, invented by Mu. Alexander Mitchell; the first of these was erected in 1838 on 

the Maplin sand at the mouth of the Thames. The screw at the base of each pile consists 

of a single broad flange four feet in diameter ; the piles being set upright, they are then 

screwed down into the sand by means of capsbms, worked from the decks of dumb 

lighters ; these being secured, the spider legs are bolted on to them, and the whole firmly bound together by 

suitable ties. The Maplin light stands on nine such piles, screwed down to the depth of 22 feet. There are 

similar structures at the Wyre, and at Dundalk, Belfast, and Queenstown. 

Lastly comes the Light-vessel, which is only adopted from the impossibility of marking the dangers or 
the channels, as the case may be, by a regular liglithouse owing to softness of the banks; or where the general 
depth of water is too great to admit of the erection of a screw pile lighthouse ; or it may be that the shifting 
character of the shoal renders it necessary to move the light from time to time. The first light-vessel moored 
on the coast of Great BritJiin was that sUitioned at the Nore in 1734 ; and there are now no fewer than fifty 
such vessels on diflerent parts of the coast of England and Ireland. 

These craft are in general ordinary-sha|.0'^1, strongly built vessels, manned by sailors; they ride in depths 
varying from 3 J to 20 fathoms — except the Seven Stones, which is in 40 fathoms ; and 
they exhibit one, two, and even three lights. The vessels are usually painted red, with 
the name of the shoal, channel, or gateway they are intended to indicate painted on the 
side in white letters ; and at the masthead a distinguishing mark is exhibited during the 
daytime ; a gong is sounded on board during foggy weather, and not unfrequcntly a gun 
is fired if a vessel is seen standing to into danger. 

The cost of maintaining a light-vessel is greater than that of maintaining a lighthouse ; 
the former requires a complement of 11 men, the latter only 3 ; besides which there is 
the expense of a periodical docking for the purpose of refitting, involving also the necessity of having spare 

light- vessels to replace those temporarily removed. 

The loftiest light-towers in Groat Britain are those on the Skerryvore and 
Bishop rocks, respectively 158 and 147 feet from base to vane; but the lights are 
in many instances exhibited at a much greater elevation — thus the light at Barra 
Head stands G80 feet aliovo high water, those on Lundy island 540 and 470 feet; 
and at Cape Wrath 400 feet. In Ireland the loftiest tower is the Hook — 115 feet; 
and the loftiest light that on the Skclligs — 372 feet. 

But there are even greater heights than those ; thus, the light on Deal island in 
Bass' Strait, Australia, is exhibited at an elevation of 950 feet above high-water. 

As illustrating the method by which light-towers are occasionally used a& 
a means of communicating information to vessels at sea, we give the Scaw, where, 
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blue flag on tlie old lighthouse, to the following signal apparatus on the Skaw new light-tower, and is exhibited 
as soon and as lortg as ice is supposed by its extent or quantity to obstruct the navigation. 

The signals are made by four hlack tables on a white board set up towards the Sleeve or Skagerak in the 
wall of the light-tower beneath the gallery, as shown in the following Tables of Signals ; — 



Ice at the Skaw. 



Ice at Fiederikshavn. 



Ice in Vinga Skaergaard and 
at Fiederikshavn. 



Ice in Frederikahavn and in 
Lxsi) Channel, 



Ice in "Vinga Skaergaard, at 
Fi-ederiksiiavn, and in Laeso 
Channel. 



Ice in Vinga Sksergaard. 



Ice in Lteso Channel. 



Ice in Vinga Ska<rgaard and 
in Lseso Channel, 



Ice in Leesb Channel and at 
the entrance to the Sound. 



Ice in Vinga Skoergaard, at 
the entrance to the Sound, 
and in Laasii Channel, 



Ice in the entrance to the 
Sound. 



Ice in Vinga Skeergaard and 
in entrance to the Sound. 



Ice in the entrance to the 
Sound and at Frederika- 
havn. 

Ice in Vinga Skeergaard, at 
the entrance to the Sound, 
and at Frederikahavn. 

Ice at the entrance to the 
Sound, at Frederikahavn, 
and in Laeao Channel. 



These signals are always in position when any obstruction on account of ice occurs, so that a vessel 
approaching the Kattegat at once sees whether she can advance or no. 



' On Lighthouse Illumination. — It has already been remarked that the first method of illuminating our 
light-towers was by billets of wood, for which in process of time the coal-Jire was substituted, — and it has been 
recorded of these, that in wet and foggy weather their reflection could be distinguished high in the air when 
they were not themselves visible. Though candles were used in some of the earlier lighthouses, they were not 
often employed as a source of light ; however, after Smeaton had, with so much skill and labour, erected the 
Eddystone light-towisr, it was furnished with no better illuminator than twenty-four candles,' surrounded 
by u common glass lantern. Oil lamps displaced most of the coal fires, and were in frequent use during the last 
century; from the tin lamp with a spout and a skein of cotton in it, through the gradations of the double wick 
and the flat wick to the Argand burner, the improvements were great, and especially when the latter was 
supplemented with a reflector. 

It would be entirely beyond our purpose to enter at any great length into the subject of lighthouse illumi- 
nation ; in fact, without a good knowledge of Optics, which is one of the physical sciences involving a 
considerable acquaintance with mathematics, it cannot be mastered; — nevertheless, a few general ideas on the 
passage of rays of light through space are easily acqiured and remembered. 

Light, from whatever source derived, travels in straight lines, and with the almost inconceivable velocity 
of 102,000 uiiles per second ; had it moved in curved lines wo could have no precise knowledge of the direc- 
tion of an object, nor of its figure ; yet it can be turned out of its course with the greatest facility and with 
increased advantages. If, in passing through air, light falls obliquely on some denser body having a smooth 
flat surface, a portion enters the body, but the rest is turned back, or reflected : when the smoothness amounts 
to polish, it goes off at the opposite side, making an angle equal to that at which it met it, — and this is the 
law of reflection. When, however, light falls iipoii a transparent body, such as glass, it passes through it with 
comparative case, but not in straight lines ; in this case it is bent aside, or refracted, and the course it takes 
can be predicted by the well-known laws of refraction. On our knowledge of these two laws, and the practical 



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application of that knowledge, depends the perfection of lightliouse illumination— the Catoptric apparatus 
giving its light by reflection, and the Dioptric apparatus by refraction. 

The best popular description yet published of these two systems was given in the <' Cornhill Magazine" for 
February, 1860, and this we extract; — 

" Take a bowl of copper, something like a wash-hand basin, and having shaped it carefully into a parabolic 
curve and then silvered and polished the interior, set it up on its aide and introduce an argand lamp into it, so 
that the flame of the lamp shall be in true focus, and we have a reflecting apparatus. These may be multiplied 
in double and triple rows, and may be either placed upon flat faces, or curved to the circle, but a lamp in the 
centre of a reflector is the basis of the arrangement. 

" If a light were put upon a rock in the ocean without a reflector, it would be seen dimly, but all round ; 
dimly because the light, spreading in all directions, would l)e weak and diluted, but visible all round because 
there would be nothing to obstruct it. But put this light into a twentv-one inch reflector, and we have two 
distinct consequences ; — one that we obstruct the radiation of all the rays except those that escape from the 
mouth of the reflector ; the other, that we reflect into the same direction as the rays that are escaping all those 
we have obstructed from their natural radiation. 

" A twenty-one inch reflector allows the rays issuing from it to diverge fifteen degrees. So that we have 
the light of the 30O degrees (the whole of the circle) gathered into fifteen (a twenty-fourth part of the circle). 
It does not quite follow that within that area the light will be twenty-four times as strong as if allowed to dis- 
sipate itself all round, because something must be allowed for absorption and waste; but we believe this 
allowance has been gi-eatly overstated, and that where there are no mechanical difficulties in the way, tlie 
reflecting system is decidedly the best. Of course where it is necessary to light more than fifl;een degrees of 
the circle, it Avill be necessary to use more reflectors, pl.icing them side by side round a shaft, and if these are 
set into revolving motion, focus after focus of each reflector comes before the eye of the mariner, and the eflecf 
is all that can be desired. Such is tlie Catoptiuc system. 

" The DioPTHic or refracting system of lighting is the reverse of this. In the reflector the light is caught 
into a basin and thrown out again. In the refracting system, in its passage throtigh the glass prisms, it is.bent 
up or down, and falls ftill upon the eye of the mariner, instead of wasting itself among the stars or down among 
the rocks at the lighthouse foot. For light, falling upon glass at a certain angle, does not go straight on, but 
gets deflected and transmitted in an altered line, as it does throiigh water. And here comes the weakness of 
the Dioptric system, in close vicinity to its strength. It is true that prisms and lenses send the light in the 
direction which is desired, but thoy charge a toll for the transmission ; the glass is thick, and somewhat 
of the nature of a sponge. If we write on blotting-paper the marks appear on the other side, but some of the 
ink has soaked sideways, and there is very little doubt, that when light is transmitted through glass, a good 
deal of it is absorbed and retained. 

" To those who have never seen a Dioptric apparatus, it would bo very difficult to make any written de- 
scription intelligible. The reader nnist imagine a central lamp, with three or four circular wicks, making up 
a core of light fovu- inches across, and as many high. Round this, and on a level with it, at a distance of three 
feet from it, go belts of glass. From these belts, or panels, the light goes straight out to sea, but as there is a 
great quantity of light which goes up to the ceiling and down to the iloor, rings of prisms are put above and 
below the main panels, and these catch the upper and lower light, and bend it out to sea, parallel to the main 
central beam. AVhen a revolving light has to be made by the dioptric apparatus, the lenses are so constructed 
that the light, in going through them, is gathered up into the exact similitude of a ray, as it would leave the 
mouth of a reflector, and of course with the same result; the central lamp remains stationary, and the lenses 
move round it, and focus after focus, flash after flash, come u]i(>n the eye of the mariner." 

It is not known who first introduced paraboloid mirrors into lighthouses, but the four lights at Bidston 
and Hoylake, at the entrance to the Mersey, were of this character in 17G;}. After AiiCAND, in 17.S1, had 
invented the lamp which goes by his name, and which came nearly perfect from his hands— a cylindrical wick, 
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greatly aided by a chimney — the method of lighthouse illumination received a considerable impetus. This 
lamp, with Lenoir's improved reflectors, was first adopted in the tower of Cordouan. But about the same time 
experiments were being made which, when perfected, were likely to produce still more important changes. 
BuFFON, CoNDOKCET, and others, were devoting their attention to the improvement of lenses ; subs^equently, 
experiments were made by Buewster and Fuesnel, and on the advice of the latter the first Dioptric apparatus, 
illuminated by Argand burners, was established in the Cordouan tower in 1822. 

Nevertheless, progress was but slow ; the subject of lighthouse illumination did not then command the 
attention it deserved, and interests also claslied ; so that it is only within the last thirty years — but especially 
since the appointment, in 1834, of the Royal Commission to Inquire into the Condition and Management 
of Lights, Buoys, and Beacons — that it has fairly kept pace with the requirements of our continually 
increasing commerce. 

Catoptric Lights admit of seven distinct varieties — viz., (X) fixed; (2) revolving white ; (3) revolving red 
and ivhite ; (4) revolving red and two whites; (5) revolving ivhitc and two reds; {Jo) flashing ; and (7) 
intermittent. 

The fixed light exhibit! a steady and uniform appearance; the reflectors used for it are of smaller 
dimensions than those employed in revolving lights, in order to allow of their being ranged round a 
circular iron frame, with their axes inclined at such angles as to enable' them to illuminate every part 
of the horizon. 

The revolving light is produced by the revolution of a frame with three or four sides, having 
reflectors of a large size grouped on each side, with their axes parallel ; and as the revolution ex- 
hibits, once in a given number of seconds or minutes, a light gradually increasing to full strength, 
and in the same gradual manner decreasing to total darkness, its appearance is extremely well marked ; 
eighteen, twenty, and even thirty reflectors, according to the requirements, are arranged on the facei 
of the revolving framework. 

The succession of red and white lights is produced by the revolution of a frame whose different 
sides present red and white lights, and these afford three separate distinctions, according to the 
arrangement — viz., alternate red and white — the succession of two ivhite after one red, and the 
succession of two red after one white. 

The flashing liglit is produced in the same manner as the revolving light ; but, by a different 
construction of the frame, and by a greater quickness of the revolution, a totiiUy different appearance 
is the result — viz., a rapid succession of bright flashes, the brightest and darkest periods being but 
momentary. 

The intermittent liglit is distinguished by bursting suddenly into view, and continuing steady for 
a short time, after Avliich it is suddenly eclipsed for several seconds; in this case the arrangement is 
such that by the perpendicular motion of circular shades in front of the reflectors, the light is 
alternately hidden and dispUiyed. 

Dioptric Lights arc divided into six orders, in relation to their power and range ; but this subdivision is 
irrespective of their characteristic appearances, as in each of the orders liglits of identically the same 
character may be found, differing only in the distance at which they can be seen, and the expense of their 
maintenance. 

The six orders of Dioptric lights niiiy be briefly described as follows : — 

Lights of the first order have an internal radius or focal distance of 36^ inches, and are lighted 
by a lamp of four concentric wicks, consuming 570 gallons of oil per annum. 

Lights of the second order have an internal radius of 27 1 inches, and are lighted by a lamp of 
three concentric wicks, cotisuining 384 gallons of oil per annum. 

Lights of the third order have an internal radius of 19| inches, and are lighted l)y a lamp of 
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Lights of the fourth order have an iiiterniil nidiusof 9J inches, and are lighted by a lamp of two 
concentric wicks, consuming IHO gallons of oil per annum. 

Lights of the fifth order iiave an internal radius of 1\ inches, and 

Lights of the sixth order have an' internal radius of 6 inches, and are lighted by a lamp con- 
suming 48 gallons of oil per annum. 

These orders have also various minute subdivisions. The fourth, fiflli, and sixth generally form 
harbour lights. 
As before observed, this distribution into orders merely characterizes the power and range of the lights, 
and hence different orders are adopted for different localities, according to the position in which the light is to 
be establislied, whether as a sea-liijht, a secondary IvjUt, or a harbour light. Each of the orders, however, by 
means of certain combinations which produce various appearances, is susceptible of being distinguished as 
fixed, fixed varied by fiashes, and revoluimj ; but the second distinguishing term, "fixed varied by flashes," is 
not correct for all distances, since within a portion of the range a momentary eclipse precedes the flash, and 
thus " fixed, with short eclipses," becomes more appropriate. 

The two systems here briefly described — the Catoptric, which implies oil lamps and mirrors, and the 
Dioptric, which implies oil lamps and lenses, have undergone at different times many modifications ; the two 
systems also admit of peculiar adaptations, such that they become respectively the Diacatoptric, or the Cata- 
dioptric, according to the method of combination ; and more recently still we have the azimuthal condensing 
catadioptric Holophotal apparatus, which is supposed to utilize the whole of the available light; but into the 
several merits of these it is unnersessary to enter, suffice it to say, that as the name 'of Fkksnel must always be 
inseparably connected with the Dioptric apparatus, so that of the family of Stevenson will always recur to the 
mind whenever the combination of the two early systems of lighthouse illumination is spoken of 

The following sufficiently indicate two of the important modificiitions introduced by ]\Ir. Thomas 
Stevenson, the brother of the designer and architect of the Skerryvore, the principles of which must be more; 
or less adopted wherever a good sea light is rt'(piired. 

The rays passing above or below the band of lenses are caught and sent into the desired direction, not by 
mirrors, but by totally refracting prisms of glass ; such is the apparatus of the Ilorsburgh lighthouse, erected 
on the Pedra Branca rock in 1^51 ; and since that date many others of a similar kind have been established 
both in Great Britain and abroad. In appearance, a fixed apparatus of this character resembles a gigantic 
bee-hive, the encircling bands of which are made of glass; when of the first order, it is capacious enough for 
several persons to get inside it at once, and walk round the central lamps, and the. image of the exterior laud- 
scape may be seen in each separate prism. 

Again, if the illumination of the whole horizon is not the object sought, but rather the transmission of a 
particularly bright beam in one or two directions, as frequently hai)pens where there are several navigable but 
narrow channels, the rays passing towards the undesired quarter are caught by lenses and a row of vertical 
prisms, and sent exactly along the line where their brilliancy is most essential to the seaman. 

The sources of light are now-a-days many, but in the principal British lighthouses oil is preferred ; 
the use of ^as has been advocati'd, and is indeed ad(jpted in some foreign lighthouses, but it does not find 
favour among our authorities, except for harbour and tidal lights. The lime light—the brilliancy of which is 
very great, being produced by the incandescence of a piece of lime in an oxy-hydrogen flame— has been tried, 
but with less success than had been hoped for. The c/ertric light has, however, been established at Dungeness, 
and with such beneficial results that it is intended it shall be permanent ; it is remarkable for its intensity, anil 
above all for its penetrating power in foggy weather. 

A coloured light cannot be obtained except by interposing a coloured medium l>etween the burner and 
the eye, consequently much liglit is lost ly the absorption of those rays which are held back to produce ihe 
desired appearance. On this account by far the greatest number of sea lights is of the natural colour. A red 



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XIX 



of two 



light is sometimes introduced for the sake of distinction ; and not unfrequcntly a strip or band of red marks a 
dangerous shoal spot, while the aea-light is ivhite. The only other colours available are blue and green; but 
these being visible only at very short distances, are rarely used except as harbour and tidal lights. 

The distinction required for lights is no less necessary for lighthouses when a ship approaches them by 
day ; but it cannot be said that much has been accomplished at present towards giving them such a distinctive 
character that a stranger could at once determine his position in a case where, owing to the prevalence of foggy 
weather, he has had to depend on dead reckoning in making the land. A succession of these buildings is in 
some instances wholly white, in others AvhoUy red ; while here and there a few are coloured red and white in 
horizontal bands, but on no fixed principle. 

In this work the colour of the liglithouse or light-vessel is given in the Alphabetical Index, p. 137 to 149., 



The two following Tables will be of service to the Mariner in determining his distance from any 
lighthouse : — 

The DISTANCE AT WHICH A LiGiiT IS VISIBLE ABOVE THE HORIZON AT SEA is proportional to the square root of 
its height. The effect of atmospheric refraction is to increase the distance of visibility by about the eleventh 
part of that which results from the consideration of the earth's curvature alone. Table I. is calculated with 
regard to refraction, and shows the distance at ivhich an object of a given height is visible above the sea horizon. 

Rule. — In order, then, to ascertain the distance of a vessel irom a light just becoming visil)le, add the 
distance corresponding to the elevation of the light to that corresponding to the height of the observer's eye 
above the water. 

Table I. — Fok Finding the Distance at which Objects can be seen at Sea according to their kespective 

Elevations and the Elevation of the Eye of the Observer. 



Height 


Distnnco in 


Distance in 


Heieht 


Distnnce in 


Distance in 


Height 


Distance in 


Distance in 


in feet. 


English miles. 


nautical miles. 


in leet. 


Engliah miles. 


nautical miles. 


in I'eet. 


English miles. 


nautical miles. 


5 


2-958 


2-565 


70 


11067 


9-598 


2.50 


20-916 


18-14 


10 


4-184 


3-628 


75 


11-456 


9-9r!5 


300 


22-912 


19-87 


15 


5-123 


4-443 


80 


11-832 


10-26 


350 


24-748 


21-46 


20 


5-916 


5-130 


85 


12-196 


10-57 


400 


26-457 


22-94 


25 


6-614 


5-736 


90 


12-549 


10-88 


450 


28-062 


24-33 


30 


7-245 


6-283 


95 


12-893 


11-18 


500 


29-580 


25-65 


35 


7-826 


6-787 


100 


13-2-28 


11-47. 


550 


31-024 


26-90 


40 


8-366 


7-255 


110 


13-874 


12-03 


600 


32-403 


28-10 


45 


8-874 


7-696 


120 


14-490 


12-56 


650 


33-726 


29-25 


50 


9-354 


8-112 


130 


15-083 


13-08 


700 


35-000 


30-28 


55 


9-811 


8-509 


140 


15-652 


13-57 


800 


37-416 


32-45 


60 


10-246 


8-886 


150 


17-201 


11-91 


900 


3it-836 


34-54 


65 


10-665 


9-249 


200 


18-708 


16-22 


1000 


41-833 


36-28 



£'x. 1.— Height of Bishop Rock (Scilly) light 110 feet, visible • *• . 12-03 nautical miles. 

Add, for height of observer's eye, 15 feet 4-4-1 ,, 

Distance of Bishop Rock light 16-47 nautical niilea. 

Ex.2. — Height of Black Rock (Ireland) light 283 feet, vLsible 19 nautical miles. 

Add, for height of eye, at masthead, 60 feet 9 „ 

Distance of Black Rock light, nearly 28 nautical miles. 



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LIGHTHOUSES, BEACONS, AND BUOYS, 



3 ! 



N.B.— If desirous of ascertaining the height of a light, such that it may be visible at a given distance,— 
seek for the number corresponding to the height of the observer's eye, and deduct it from the proposed range 
of the light; then, opposite the remainder, in the column of "distance," the required height will be found in 
the column of " heights." 

For the use of Table II. the elements are— two bearings of a lighthouse, and the course and distance made 
good in the interval between taking the bearings. 

N.B. The difference of the bearings should not be less than two or three points. 

]f^,jg_ Under the number of points contiiined between the course and second bearing, and opposite to the 

difference between the coiu-se and first bearing, will be found a number which, multiplied by the miles made 
good, will give the distance (in miles) at the time the last bearing was taken. 

Table H.—For Finding the Distance of an Object by Two Bearings, and the Distance Run between them. 



Difference between the Course and 2nd Bearing in Points of the Compass. 


4 
1-00 


H 


5 i 5i 


6 6i 1 7 1 7^ 


8 1 H| 


t) 


9^ 


10 


m 


11 


lU 

0-40 
0-48 


12 

0-41 

0-49 


12 i- 


Points 


Difference between the Course and 1st Bearing in Points 
of the Compass. 


0-81 
1-23 


0-691 0-60 

1-OOi 0-85 

1 


0-54 
0-74 


0-49 
0-67 


0-46| 0-43 
0-61 0-57 


0-41 0-40 
0-53 0-51 


0-39 
0-49 


0-38 
0-48 


0-3e 0-38 
0-47 0-47 


0-39 
0-47 


0-43 
0-51 


2 
2h 




1-45 117 

1-66 


1-00 
1-35 


0-88 
1-14 


0-79 0-72 

rOOi 0-90 

1 


0-67 
0-82 


0-63 
0-76 


0-60 
0-72 


0-58 
0-69 


0-57 
0-66 


0-56 
0-65 


0-56 
0-64 


0-56 
0-64 


0-57 
0-64 


0-58 
0-65 


3 
3^ 




1-85 


1-50 
2-02 


1-27 
1-64 


1-11 
1-39 


1-00 
1-22 


0-92 
1-09 


0-85 
1-00 


0-80 
0-93 


0-76 

0-88 


0-74 

0-84 


0-72 
0-81 


0-71 
0-79 


0-71 

0-78 


0-71 

0-78 


4 

4i- 




2-17 


1-77 
2-30 


1-50 
1-87 


1-31 

1-58 


1-18 
1-39 


1-08 
1-25 


1-00 
114 


0-94 
1-06 


0-90 
1-00 


0-87 
0-95 


0-85 0-83 
0-92 0-90 


6 




2-41 


1-96 
2-50 


1-66 
2-03 


1-46 
1-72 


1-31 
1-51 


1-19 
1-35 


1-11 
1-24 


1-05 
1-15 


1-00 
1-08 


0-97 
1-03 


6 




2-56 


2-08 
2-60 


1-76 
2-11 


1-55 
1-79 


1-39 
1-57 


1-27 
1-41 


1-18 
1-29 


1-11 

1-20 


7 

7^ 




2-61 


212 

2-60 


1-80 
211 


1-58 
179 


1-41 

1-57 


1-29 
1-41 


8 
8^- 




2-56 


2-08 
2-50 


1-76 
2-03 


1-55 
1-72 


9 
































2-41 


1-96 
2-30 


10 
101 



Ex. — The Bishop Rock lighthouse bore N.N.W. ; after running West 1'2 miles, it bore N.E. by N. Required the distance 
of the ship from the lighthouse when the second bearing was taken ? 

Tlie number of points between Wesi and N.E. by N. is 11 ; between West and N.N.W. is 6. Under 1 1 at the top and 6 at 
the side stands I'll, which, multiplied by 12 (miles) gives 13 '32 miles, the distance of the lighthouse when the second bearing 
was taken. 

This Table is equally applicable to all objects — as a rock, a lofty peak, or a headland. 

Ex.— A rock bore N.N.E.; after running W.N.W. 20 miles, it bore N.E. by E. Required the distance of the ship from tliu 
rock when the second bearing was take.i ? 

Thenumberof points between W.N.W. and N.E. by E. is 11; between W.N.W. and N.N.E. is 8. Under 11 at the top and 
8 at the side stands 1-8, which, multiplied by 20 gives 36 miles, the distance of the rock when the second bearing was taken. 

In any case the distance is only appro.ximate, as there may be errors both in the bearings and distance run. 
For the quarter points interpolation will be necessary for accuracy; — thus, suppose 10^ points at the top 
and 6 in the side column, the number will then be 1-25, which is half the sum of 1-31 and 1-19. 



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XXI 



EEN THEM. 



The office of lighthouse-keeper is no sinecure. The riilos and regulations are extremely stringent in 
respect to the watches and other duties; the daily cle.aning and trimming of the apparatus; and the exhibiting 
of and attending on the light from sunset to sunrise, or fr^m the going away of daylight to the return. 
Formerly the keepers of some of the outlying lighthouses were subject to many privations ; but the intro- 
duction of steam has rendered the system of reliefs more certain than it could be when the tender was a small 
sailing-vessel. 

The duty of lighting the coast of Great Britain is entrusted to three independent Boards ; — in England, to 
the Corporation of the Trinity House, founded in the time of Henry VIH. ; in Scotland, to the Commissioners 
of Northern Lighthouses, established in 1780 ; and in L-eland, to the Ballast Board or Corporation for Pre- 
serving and Improving the Port of Dublin, established in 1763. Besides these, the Local Authorities and 
Harbjur Boards of certain ports are allowed to exercise a limited jurisdiction. But the day has passed when 
a great Minister of State could hope " to watch the King into a good humour that he might ask him for a 
lighthouse," or when the parasite of a Court can be quartered in a free and easy way on the mercantile marine , 
for this the mariner has much cause to rejoice, for though some of the "private lights" were unrpiestionably 
good, more were execivably bad — notwithstanding which the tolls were levied with most unscrupulous rigour. 

The United States' lights and those of the maritime nations of Europe are under the control of some 
department of Government. 



Fog Signals. — It is very important that where fogs are frequent and dense, and Avhere therefore the 
ordinary sea-marks cannot be discerned, some eiHcieut means should be adopted to give timely warning of a 
ship's too near approach to danger. No signals at present in use to this end give even a 
moderate amount of satisfaction ; and there is the greatest diversity of opinion both 
among mariners themselves and among scientific men on the instrument best calculated 
for the purpose. Sound prefers a homogt'neous element for its transmission; but fog is 
a mixture of air and water, and at each, of the surfaces where the two touch, a portion of 
the vibration is reflected and lost ; hence the difHculty. In some places bell-beacons or 
bell-buoys are estal)lished, and on board of all light-vessels there are gongs and bells, 
while in some cases guns are fired at frequent intervals; but- it is no less important that 
lighthouses should be furnished Avith fog-signals, and in these the steam-whistle and Dobell's trumpet have 
been tried with so much success in America, that it is probable they may come into general use. 




BELL BEACON. 



Beacons, Daymarks, Tu)E-Signals, and Buoys. 






Fig. 1. 



OOVESEA SKEKK1E8 BEACON. 



Fig. 2. 



:i 






i 



xxu 



LIGHTHOUSES, BEACONS, AND BUOYS. 



Beacons are of every var'3ty of form and scructure, and in some instances scarcely less costly than the 
building of a lighthouse ; though generally placed on rocks or banks which are dry at some period of the tide, 
they are occasionally erected on the coast ; in the latter case a beacon, when in one with some other object, is 
generally a leading mark to avoid a danger on entering a harbour. 

The Covesea Skerries beacon is an open framework of cast-iron pipes, firmly trussed and braced, and 
secured to the rock with strong louis-bats ; others of a similar character are connnon on the coast of Scotland. 
Not a few beacons are of solid masonry, as Fig. 2 ; while in places not much exposed, and where the bottom is 








Fio. 3. 



Fig. 4. 



Fio. 5. 



Fio. 6. 



Fio. 7. 



Fio. 8. 



Fio. 9, 



rock, gravel, or hard sand, a conical form of beacon ^Fig. 1), composed of cast-iron plates, rivetted with flanges 
and screws, and partially filled with concrete, is used. Probably, however, the largest number of beacons, 
whether uned as sea-marks or tide-marks, consists of a wooden framework (fee Figs. 3, 4, and 5), which admits 
of being easily repaired if injured, or replaced if washed away; and these are usually surmoimted by some 
device such as i-eprcsented in Figs. 6, 7, 8, aiid 9. In the Baltic it is not uncommon to place a broom or two 
at the top of a beacon . 

A large volume might be filled with the drawings and descriptions of beacons, and the purposes for 
which they are erected — which is a consequence of their figure and surmountings carrying no special significance 
as a sea-mark ; in fact, no uniform plan is adopted by any country. 

Buoys. — The remarks just made apply with equal force to htoys. The old forms of these sea-marks 
are presented below. Mooring buoys are generally ci/lindncal, or in the form of a cask. Those used to mark 




MOORINO. BUOY. 





LjiSrt: 







NtJN-BUOYS. 



WRECK BUOT. 



by day dangers covered even at low water, or to indicate the fairway bf a channel, are of the description known 
as Can and Nun buoys, and these admit of a variety of modifications as regards form and method of mooring. 






IRON SPHKRIOAl BUOT. 



IRON CKS BUOT. 






FORM OF M0N8TBB MUOYB, 




i:. , 



LIGHTHOUSES, BEACONS, AND BUOYS. 



XXUl 



F'ormerly all buoys were constructed of wood, but now thoy uro very frecjuently of iron ; and Ueuueut's 
monster buoy is coming into common uso ua ajloatiny beacon. (See p. xxii.) 

Buoys marking the position of subnjergcd wrecks are usually painted green^ and have on tliem the word 
'« WRECK." in white letttrs. 





From the "Report respecting the Condition and Management of Lights, Buoys, and Beacons, 1861," 
under the head of Trinity House, England, it appears that— 

" In buoying any single channels in future, the rule, where there are no special circumstances to require 
its modification, will bo to place buoys of a single colour, either black ox red, on the starboard side, on eniering 
from the sea ; and party-coloured buoys, either bkick and tvhite, or fed and white, on the port han. , the outer- 
most buoy on either hand being a beacon buoy, if necessary ; middle dangers being marked by ti'hite buoys 
with black beacons, of various distinctive shapes." 

As regards Scotland, the same Report states — 

" An understanding has for some time prevailed in the mercantile service that all buoys, on entering port, 
should be coloured ret/ for the f larboard hand, and /•/at'^- for the port hand ; while chequered buoys should 
mark centre dangers. Cai'TAIN Br.nFOiiD having urged very strongly that effect should be given to this arrange- 
ment with the Commissioners' buoys, the reporter took the opportunity to do so while re-painting and shifting 
them this season. The changes have proved somewhat extensive. Durinof the ensuing season, so far as not 
already accomplished, effect will be given to the approved arrangement, which is exceedingly simple, and 
cannot fail to prove most acceptable to the mariner." 

While as to Ireland- .e evidence is that, " by direction of the Trinity House, harbours, rivers, and 
channels, are in future to b( marked by either black or red buoys on the starboard hand, when entering from 
the sea ; and on the port hand, by buoys of the same colour as those on the starboard hand, with the addition 
of a white belt ; and middle dangers to be marked by ichite buoys, surmounted by a black beacon. Hitherto 
the Corporation, when marking rivers and harbours, have in most cases placed black buoys on the starboard 
hand, and red on the port." 

Indeed, it cannot be said that there is anything approaching to uniformity in buoying a channel — either as 
to the kind of buoy or the colours adopted — in any part of the world ; and yet it might be otherwise, and, with 
a little more accord among the authorities, ;mch a regular system could be introduced as would, when known, 
facilitate navigation, and thus relieve the anxiety of mind to which many a shipmaster is now condemned. 

Damage to Lights, Buoys and Beacons. 

By the 414th section of the Merchant Shipping Act of 1854 — If any person wilfully commits any of 
the following offences : — 

(1.) Injures any lighthouse or the lights exhibited therein, or any beacon; 

(2.) Removes, alters, or destroys any lightship, buoy, or beacon ; 

(3.) Rides by, makes fast to, or runs foul of any lightship or buoy ; 
He shall, in addition to the expenses of making good any damage so occasioned, incur a penalty not 
exceeding 50/. " 



INTRODUCTION II. 



ON THE TIDES. 



There are a few facts connoctoJ with the tides which, though generally known, may be briefly noticed. 
On the day of new moon, the sun and moon pabs the meridian at the same instant (noon) ; at an interval aller 
their passsago the water attains its greatest height (high-water); it then falls for a period of (ih. 12m., at the 
end of which time it reaches its lowest height (low-wator) ; a rise follows for a second period of (>h. 12m., 
producing a second high-water, and another fall during a third interval of 6h. 12m. is followed by another 
rise during a fourth interval of Gh. 12m. Thus the waters attain two ma.Kima and two minima elevations 
(high-water twice and low-wator twice), in a period of 24h. 48m., which is the average length of a 
tidal day. 

When the moon is full she crosses the meridian 12h. afler the sun {i.e., at midnight), and the same tidal 
phenomena occur as at the period of iietv moon. 

The range of the tides is greatest (sprimj tiile.s) on the second or third day afler new and full moon. When 
the moon crosses the meridian at Gh. a.m., or Ch. r.M. (being then in quadrature, or 90° from tli(; Mun), the 
range of the tides is smallest (neap tides). 

Also, on the days of new and full moon, the time of high water occurs at the same interval of i," ae from 
noon; this time is known as the '■'■ estahlishment of the poii,''^ and although it varies according to the geogra- 
phical position of the place, it is fixed and definite for each place. 

These well-known facts, constantly recurring as they do in connexion with particular j)04itions of the 
sun and moon with respect to each other, would at once lead, independently of any great knowledge of 
physical science, to the supposition that those celestial bodies must in some way influence the waters of the 
ocean, so as to disturb their level; and such, indeed, is the case; but the moon is the chief agent, and her 
influence is in the ratio of 2^ to 1. 

The attractive force of the moon is most strongly felt by those parts of the ocean over which she is vertical, 
and they are consequently drawn towards her; in the same manner the influence of the luminary being less 
powerfully exerted on the <fraters furthest from her than on the earth itself, they must remain behind. By 
these means, at the two opposite sides of the earth, in the direction of the straight line between the centres of 
the earth and moon, the waters are simultaneously raised above their mean level ; and the moon ir. her pro- 
gressive westerly motion, as she comes to each meridian in succession, causes two uprisings of the .vater — two 
high tides — the one when she passes the meritlian above, the other when she crosses it below ; and this is done 
not hy dra^ving afler her the water first raised, but by raising continually that under her at the tin.. ; tliis ia 
the tide wave. In a similar manner (from causes already referred to) the sun produces two tides of much 
smaller dimensions, and the joint effect of the action of the two luminaries is this, that instead of four separate 
tides resulting from their separate influence, the sun merelij alters the form of the wave raised hij the moon; or, 
in other words, the greater of the two waves (which is due to the moon) is modified in its licight by the smaller 
(sun's) wave. When the summit of the two happens to coincide, the summit of the combined wave will be 
at the highest ; when the holloAV of the smaller wave coincides with the summit of the larger, the summit of 
the combined wave wAW be at the lowest. 

Now the mean interval between two consecutive returns of the moon, above and below the jwle, to the 



ON TIIR TIDES. 



xxv 



moridian of any placo \h 2 Hi. fiOin. 2Hs. ; in that tiino two lunar hifh ti^l«^ ^^r, and lie mwn imterval 
botwetin ihoni sliould l»o I2h. 25m. lis. ; tlie Holar tide recurs every 12 houra : ihiUB, win . the hod k«s« ^0 
waves, tho moon only makes 2D; HUpposing the summits of the two waves to coincide on a jijlvt'ii («t or 

soon after lu-w or full moon), we have spiini/.i ; about tho fifteenth day after, tho summit of flu- m ,n'% «irav«' 
will eoinciife with ihe hollow of tho sun's, and tho result is nedjin — and so tho phenomena constant I ■ 'fiir. 

It is necessary to have a clear and distinct conception of the difference between the motion of ,i < <n . and 
that of a current.. In tho current there is a transfer of water; in the wave tho transfer is no more than would 
bo brought about by a ])arliole of water im])iiiKiiig on another where that particle has a motion perpendicular 
to the surface, and the result is a rising and falling. The onward movement of tho wave itself is always 
IM?rccptil)le enough; that tho water is not moving with tho same velocity is also evident from watching the 
progress of any light body floating on its surface. This fact maybe practically illustrated in the case of a ship 
at sea wiiiiiig before tho wind in tho same direction that the waves are moving; when the crest of a wave is 
near the stern drop a piece of wood on it; almost inaUmtly tho wave will bo seen shooting ahead of the vessel, 
while the wood scarcely moves from where it fell on the water; but the wave has moved onward, preserving 
its identity as a wave, the water of which it is formed being constantly changed; and thus the motion of tho 
wave is one thing, that of the water in which the waves are fornuid is quite another thing. 

Again, waves are f;)rmed by a force acting horizontally ; but in the case of the tide-wavo that force acts 
uniformly from the surface to tho lowest depths of the ocean, and the breadth of the wave is that curved sur- 
face which, conmiencing at low water, jjasses over tho suiiunit of the tide down to the next low-water — this ia 
a wave of the tirst order. In waves of the second order, the force raising them acts only on the surface, and 
there the effect is greatest (as in wind-wates), — where one assists in giving to tho water the oscillating motion 
which maintains the next, and gradually puts the whole surface into commotion; but at a short distance down 
that effect entirely disai)pears. 

If the earth presented a uniform glol)e, with a belt of sea of great and uniform depth encircling it round 
the eqmitor, the tide-wave wotdd be perfectly regular and uniform. Its velocity, where the water Avas deep 
and frea to follow the two luminaries, would be lOUO miles an hour, and the height of tide inconsiderable. 
But even the Atlantic is not broad enough for the formation of a powerful tide-wave. The continents, the 
variation in the direction of the coast-line, the dift'erent depths of the ocean, the narrowness of channels, all 
interfere to modify it. At first it is alYected with only a slight current motion towards the west — a motion 
which only ac(juires strength when the wave is heaped up, as it were, by obstacles to its progress, as happens 
to it over the shallow parts of the sea near the coast, in gulfs, and in the mouths of rivers ; thus the first wave 
jidvancing, meets in its coi}rse with resistance on the two sides of a narrow channel, and is forced to rise by the 
pressure of the following waves, whose motion is not at all retarded, or certainly less so than that of the first 
wave ; so an actual current of water is produced in straits and narrow channels : and it is always important 
to distinguish between the tide-wave as bringing High Water and the Tidal Stream — between the Rise and 
Fall of the Tide, and the Flow and Ebb. In the Irish Sea the current caused by the Tide does not move 
faster than 5 miles an hour in any part, but the Tide-Wave (High Water) nowhere moves slower than 20 
miles an hour. 

A line drawn on a chart, connecting all those places where High Water occurs simultaneous, that is, at 
the same instant of absolute time, is called a cotidul line ; and a series of such lines drawn for every hour 
marks the prvyress of the tide- wave hour hij hour ; such is the intention of the chart facing the title-page of 
this book. 

The Establishment of the Pout, or — as Rapeu more appropriately calls it — the Tide Houk, is the 
apparent time from noon of the first high water on the day of Full or Change of the Moon. It is of great 
importance to know this tide hour, since the time of high water of every succeeding tide may be approximately 
deduced therefrom. Tliese Tide Hours are given in Part II. of this work. 

Rule. — To Find the Time of High Water on a given Day at any Place wheue the Time of IJigh 
Water at Full and Change of the Moon is known :— Find the time of the moon's meridian passage at the 
place ; and to this time apply the correction from Table II. according to the proper sign— entering tiie Table 



XXVI 



ON THE TIDKS. 



with the ) '•■( Mer. 1'mss. in llio si.le rolnnin .iiul the > 's Seinidianieter at the to].; to the result mlrl the time 
of High Water at ImiII and Change at the given plaeo, taken from the following list of i)laeOH (p. 1* to 22»), 
and the sum will he the time of high water on the aflornoon of the given day. Should, however, this sum 
exceed TJli. *Jlrn., or 21h. lihn., siihtraet one or other of thos.- times, as neee.saary, from it, and th<j remainder 
will hi' the (ipproximute time of high water on the afternoon of the given day. 

TaDLE I.— CoRIlECTION — To FiND THE Moon'.S MeKIDIAN PaSSAOE. 



Long. 


Daily Variation of the Moon's possitjg the Meridian. 




~" ■'■■"" 




























40m. 


42m. 


44m. 46m. 


4Hm. 


."lOm. 


52m. 


54 m. 


56m. 
m. 


58m. 
m. 


60m. 


62m. 


64m. 


66m. 





m. 


m. 


m. 


m. 


m. 


m. 


m. 


m. 


m. 


m. 


m. 


m. 


10 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


20 


2 


2 


2 


2 


8 


8 


3 


3 


3 


3 


3 


3 


3 


4 


yo 


3 


8 


4 


4 


4 


4 


4 


4 


4 


5 


5 


5 


5 


5 


40 


4 


4 


5 


5 


5 


5 


6 


6 


() 


6 


6 


7 


7 


7 


50 


5 


6 


6 


6 


6 


7 


7 


7- 


7 


8 


« 


8 


9 


9 


60 


6 


7 


7 


7 


8 


8 


8 


9 


9 


9 


10 


10 


10 


11 


70 


7 


8 


8 


9 


9 


9 


10 


10 


10 


11 


11 


12 


12 


12 


80 


9 


9 


10 


10 


10 


11 


11 


12 


12 


12 


13 


13 


14 


14 


90 


10 


10 


11 


11 


12 


12 


13 


13 


13. 


14 


14 


15 


15 


16 


100 


11 


12 


12 


12 


l.{ 


13 


14 


14 


15 


15 


16 


17 


17 


18 


110 


12 


13 


13 


14 


14 


15 


15 


16 


16 


17 


18 


18 


19 


19 


120 


i;} 


14 


14 15 


15 


16 


17 


17 


18 


19 


19 


20 


20 


21 


180 


14 


15 


15 ' It; 


17 


17 


18 


19 


19 


20 


21 


21 


22 


23 


140 


15 


16 


17 


17 


18 


19 


20 


20 


21 


22 


22 


23 


24 


25 


150 


16 


17 


18 


19 


19 


20 


21 


22 


22 


23 


24 


25 


26 


26 


160 


17 


18 


10 20 


21 


21 


22 23 


24 


25 


26 


26 


27 


28 


170 


18 


19 


20 21 


22 


23 


24 


25 


25 


26 


27 


28 


29 


30 


180 


19 


20 


21 22 


23 


24 


25 


2C 


27 


28 


29 


30 


31 


32 



Table II. — Courection to be >'""LiEn to the Time of the Moon's Meuidian Passage in 

Finding the Time ok High Water. 





)'s 


Semidiameter. 


1 




>'8 


Semidiameter. 


1 


> 's Mer. 
Passage. 






' 


> 's Mer. ' 

Passage. 1 

1 


> 's Mer. 
Passage. 






< 'b Mer. 
Passage. 


14' 30" 


1.5' 30" 


16' 30" 


14' 30" 


15' 30" 


16' 30" 


H. M. 


H. M. 


n. M. 


H. M. 


11. M. 


U. M. 


H. M. 


n. M. 


H. M. 


II. H. 





-0 4 





+ 5 


12 1 


(> 


-0 55 


-1 2 


-1 12 


18 


30 


-0 10 


-0 8 


-0 5 


12 30 


6 30 


-0 46 


-0 51 


-0 58 


18 30 


1 


-0 17 


-0 16 


-0 15 


13 


7 


-0 32 


-0 34 


-0 37 


19 


1 30 


-0 24 


-0 25 


-0 25 


13 30 


7 30 


-0 17 


-0 16 


-0 14 


19 30 


2 


-0 31 


- 34 


-0 36 


14 


8 


-0 1 


+ 3 


+ 9 


20 


2 30 


-0 38 


-0 41 


-0 46 


14 30 


8 30 


+ 8 


+ 15 


+ 24 


20 30 


3 


-0 44 


-0 49 


-0 55 


15 


9 


+ 14 


+ 21 


+ 32 


21 


3 30 


-0 50 


-0 56 


-1 4 


15 30 


9 30 


+ 16 


+ 24 


+ 36 


21 30 


4 


-0 55 


-1 2 


-1 12 


16 


10 


+ 15 


+ 23 


+ 34 


22 


4 30 


-0 58 


-1 6 


-1 16 


16 30 


10 30 


+ 12 


; '^ 19 


+ 29 


22 30 


5 


-1 


-1 8 


-1 19 


17 


11 


+ 7 


+ U 


+ 23 


23 


5 30 


-0 59 


-1 7 


-1 18 


17 30 


11 30 


+ 2 


+ 7 


+ 15 


23 30 


6 


-0 56 


-1 2 


-1 12 


18 


12 


-0 4 


0+05 


24 



ON TllK TIDES. 



XXVll 



Ax.— Find tlu' Time of High Wati r at Port Willinm, 
K. Falkland LslandH (Long. 58' W.), May 20lh, 18C6. 

H. M. 
> 'a Meridian PasNftgc at Oreenwivh , 5 07 

Cor. (Tall. I.) for Daily Variation 48m. and 

Long. 58° VV + 8 



> 'h Meridian Pa»aagu at Port William , . T) 45 
Cor. (Tab. II.) for 5Jh. and > s Stmid. 15' 21" - 1 4 



H.W. ut Port WilUam, May 20th 



11. W. at Port William, May 20t,h 



4 41 I 
II.W.atF. &C.atPortWilliam(Pt.n.p.22*) +5 15 



l'..M. y 5G 
- 24 ! 



Ex. — Fi««) the Time of Iligli Water at P.irt Ade- 
laide, Australia (Long. 138J° E.), M»y 20th, 18G6. 

II. M. 

>'« Meridian Piwwagi' at Or«t*(iwfich' , . 5 37 
Cor. (Tao. I,)for Daily Variation 5lW«. and 

. Long. 138° E - 19 



> 's Meridian Pa-ssage at Port Adelaide ..518 
Cor. (T..b. 11.) for5ih. and ) '» Soniid. 15'21" - 1 7 



4 11 



II.W.atF.&C.atPortAdclaidL'(Pt. II.p. 1*) +5 44 
H.W. at Port Adelaide, May 20th 



P.M. 1) 55 
- 24 



A.M. 9 32 I II. W. at Port Adelaide, May 20th 



A.M. 9 31 



FllOM THE OBSEUVED TiME OK II.W. AT ANY PLACE ON A GIVEN DAY, TO FiND THE TiME OF II. \V. AT F. AND C 

Jiule. — Lo tlic time at> which the moon passes the meridian of the given place, apply the correction fron 
Table 11., and the result subtraotod from the observed time of II.W. will give the time of II.W. at F. and C. 

If the time to be subtracted exceed the observed time of H.W., add 12h. 24m., or 24h. 49m. (whichever 
ia required to make it greater) to the observed time, and then subtract. 



TiDE-TabI.es fob THE COAST OF GreAT BRITAIN. 

By E. BuR-STAL, Commander R.N. 

It has frequently occurred to mo that the seaman, when navigating our shores, is much por])lexed to know 
how the stream is running, and wlieu it will Ije slack, and that he has to refer to a "tide-table" of the nearest 
port, and deduce from the time ol" high water at that port the time wlien the stream will end where he is; — 
otherwise he observes that it is high water, full and change, at a certain time, and from that calculates, 
according to tlie ago "f tlio moon, what the time of high water is on the day required, and then applies the 
necessary correction for the time of slack water. The value of being tolerably well informed as to the tides, 
the set and velocity of the stream, and when it turns, must be apparent to every person having the care of 
navigating a vessel along the coast. 

With these views of the subject after many years' service on nautical surveys on our coasts, I hjive been 
led to consider that one unijhnn port of reference will bo best suited to give the seaman that information on 
the sul)ject of tides. I liave, therefore, made London that port of reference, and as every almanac has a 
London time-table in it, it will be only necessary to add to or subtract from the time of high water at London, 
as shown in tlie following tables, when the time of high water slack will be found at any point along the coasts 
of Great Britain and Ireland. 

The time used is the local time at each position, it not being necessary to make any correction for 
difference of longitude with London. 

I am aware that the semimonsual inequalities in time with London and the various ports will, in some 
instances, cause a variation of 15 minutes from the truth, but as the tides are so nuich influenced by atmo- 
spheric changes, tlie result arrived at from these tables will, I venture to hope, be sulficiently correct for all 
the purposes of navigation. 

In the following Tables — a, signifies after ; b, before. 



XXVIU 



TIDE-TABLKS FOR THE COAST OF GREAT BRITAIN. 



4f 




North Tfoiiiildslia Frith 
Stroiisa Fiitli . . . 
Pentland l'"iith, middle 



Clyth Ness 

Cromarty, entrance of the 
Murray Frith . . . 

CuUen 

Kinnairds Head. 6 miles oflF 

Do. 12 miles oflf 

Buchanness, inshore . . 
Do 15 miles off . 

Girdleness 

Montrose und Arbroath . 
Bell Rock, 2 miles outside 
Between Bell Rock and 

Fife Ness 

St. Abhs Head, inshore . 

Do. liS miles off 

Berwick, 5 miles ott" . . 



Fiirn Islands, 5 miles off 

Do. close in . 

Coquet, 5 miles otf . 
Blyth, inshore . . . 
Do. (J miles otf . . 
Tyne, fi miles otf . . 
Sunderland, fi miles off 
Hartlejiool, 4 miles off. 
WhitUy, 4 miles off 
Scarboro', 4 miles off . 
Flainboro' Head. 5 miles off 
Spurn Point, 7 miles off 
Lemau ^.nd Ower . . 



Ti.no of Sliu'k Wator, or the rndiiiK of (ho 
Flood sfroBin to S.B. l>(>f.>r<> or niter High 
Water st certain plscos of reference. 



LONDON. 



H. M. 



40 1> 
40 1). 
20 b, 



Dudgeon Light 



Cromer, 4 miles off. 
Would, fairway . . 
Hasboro' Gat . . 
Cockle Gat . . . 
Yarmouth Roads 



40 a. 
10 a. 



Leith. 
Loith. 
Leith. 



Leith. 
Leith. 



2 50 a. Leith. 



50 a. 
55 a. 

\r>a. 

10 a, 



Leith. 
Leith. 
Leith. 
Leith. 



.3 40 a. Leith. 
3 40 a. Leith. 



H. M. 

3 20 b. 

2 40 b. 

2 20 b. 



3 10 b. 



2 15 b. 
1 b. 

, At H.W.. London. 

i 1 10 a. 

I At H.W., Loudon. 

1 a. 

1 10 a. 

40 a. 

3 20 a. 

1 20 a. 
3 20 a. 

3 4(1 a. 

4 1;') a. 



Lowestoft. 4 miles off . 

Orfordness .... 
Swin, East .... 

Swin, West : 10 b. Sheerness. 

Kentish Knwk . . . . 30 a. l>iivtT. 

Margate IJo.id . . . . 10 a. Dover. 

Queens &rriuceBChaunel8 1 20 a. Dover. 



20 a. Harwich. 



3 


55 a. 


3 


20 a. 


4 


Oa. 


4 


a. 


4 


10 a. 


4 


15 a. 


4 


20 A. 


4 


40 a. 


4 


50 a. 


r> 


Oa. 


5 


10 a. 


5 


30 a. 


3 


30 b. 



Oa. 



3 


50 b. 


3 


40 b. 


3 


30 b. 




10 b. 


3 


5 b. 



Ob. 



2 


30 b. 


1 


4.-, b 


1 


25 b 


2 


30 b 


2 


Ob 


1 


40 b 



REMARKS. 



I High W.atorF. & C. on the shore 9h. Cm. ; stream 4 knots. 
Springs (! knots ; neaps 3. 

Stream close inshore niak(<s to the westward soon after 
H.W., and slacks at L.W., or21i. 40m. sooner than 
in the middle; springs run 7 knots; neaps 34. 
Springs 3 knots; neaps 1^. 

Off Cromarty and Fort George, 3 to 4 knots. 
Streams easy. 
Springs 2.^ knots. 

Springs 4 knots. 

Springs 2 J knots; neaps 1^. 

Flood stream sets to W.S. W., towards Tay Bar. 



Stream 2' knots. 

Close inshore by Berwick and Holy island, the stream 
turns at 2h. Om. after H.W., London, being l.^h. 
earlier than in the otiing. 



Stream 2J springs ; 1 \ neaps — on both tides. 
Close inshore 20m. earlier. 



A good slack in Filey bay 2m. offshore on the ebb. 
A good'slack in I'riillington bay on the flood. 

Flood to S. by W. from 2h. after H.W. London to 
8h. after; Ebb to N. 4 E from 3h. before H.W, 
London to 2h. after. 

Flood from 1 to 3h. after H.W. London, sets W. round 
to S.S.W. ; from 3 to 7h. after H. W., London, main 
flood stream S. to S.S.E. 2.^ knots ; Elib l)egins about 
4h. before H.W. Lcmdon," N.N.K. to N.N.W., 2i 
knot.-*, and ends Jh, after H.W. London. 



Flood S. to S.S.W. ; Ebb X. to N.N. W. 

Flood S.; Ebb N.N.E.; Springs 24 knots. 

Strejim sets S.S.W., I4I1. .after H.W. at Yarmouth; 

Kbb sets N. by E. 4 E. 1 4h. after L. W. at Yarmouth. 
Streams turn svt 1 4h. after High and Low Water by the 

Shore ; the same in Lowestoft and Corton Roads, 

The liist Qr. flood sets to the N. W, over the Gunfleet. 

General set on flood S. W. h S. ; springs 2 knots. 

Young flood S.S.W.; half flood W.N.W.; last 
flood N.W. 



TIDE-TABLES FOR THE COAST OF GREAT BRITAIN. 



XXIX 



BETWEEN THE NORTH FORELAND AND DOVER. 



PLACE. 



N. ForehinJ, Elbow buoy 
Gull Stream 



Time of Slack Water, or tlio ending of the Flood 
stream to tlio N.K., t)efi>re or after High 
Water, at certain places of reference. 



M. 

10 a. Dover. 
30 a. Dover. 



Dover Strait | 4 a. Dover. 



LONDON. 



U. M. 

2 10 a. 

1 30 a. 

1 Oa. 



REMARKS. 



ENGLISH CHANNEL. 



General set N.E. at buoy ; N.N.E. inshore. 

,, N.E. by N.; springs2ij;" neaps 1^ knots. 

„ E.N.E. 3 knots springs; neaps 1^ knots. 



Dungeness, 7 miles W. by 

S. of 

Oft' Eairlight and Rye Bay 



Hastings, 7 miles off . . 
Royal Sovereign shoals . 
Eastbourne, 1,^ miles oflf . 
Beachy Helul, 6 miles ofF. 
Beauhy Head, inshore by 
7 cliffs, and Sealord Bay 

Newhaven, inshore . . . 

Do. 10 miles otF . 

Do. 14 miles off . 
Britjhton and Uotlingdean 
Brighton, 5 miles oil . . 

Park ....... 

Looe Stream .... 
Owers, 4 miles outside 
Spithead 



Solent . 
Needles 



Culver Cliff", 2 miles 
Duunuse, .'J miles off 



St. Cathorino's, r> miles off 
Needles, 4 miles off' . . 
St.Allian'sllead,2mileMoff 
Portland Bill .... 



Kiiding of Flood Stream to the Kastward. 



45 a. 
a, 



Dover. 
Dover. 



1 a. Hastings, 
At H.W.Eastbourne. 

30 b. Eastbourne. 
At H.W. Eastbourne. 

1 20 b. Newhaven. 



1 Ob. Newliaven. 
.VtH.W. Newhaven. 
10 b. Newhaven. 
40 b. Newhiiveii. 
30 b. r.rightoii. 



1 30 b. 

1 40 b. 
AtH.W 

2 30 a. 



Portsmouth 
Portsmoutli 
Portsmouth 
H.W. „ 



Do. 



1 mile off 



Beer Head .... 
Lyme, 13 miles S. of . 
IMymouth, C miles off . 
Eddj stone, 4 miles off 

Do. 22 miles off 
Lizard, 7 miles S.W. of 



Seven Stones, along the 
North Coast of Cornwall 
to Hartland Point . . 

Hartlaud T'oint .... 



1 35 b. H.W. 
1 40 b. 

1 40 b. 
25 b. 



30 b. 

1 Ob. 

1 5(1 b. „ 

2 20 b. Portsmouth 



35 a. H.W. 
Weymouth. 



40 a. Devonport. 
a. Devonport. 

5 a. Devonport. 
a. Plymouth. 



45 a. 
London. 



30 b. 

b. 
30 b. 

Ob. 



30 b. 

45 b. 

Ob. 

25 b. 



4 b. 
4 Ob. 
2 30 b. 
Slack at H.W. Lon- 
don Bridge. 



Ob. 




H.W. 



4 
3 


b. 

20 b. 


3 
3 
4 
4 


Ob. 
20 b, 
10 b. 
40 b. 



30 



10 

30 



b. 
b. 
a. 
a. 



40 a. 
30 a. 



Springs 2 knots; neaps 1,} ; Set E. by N. 

The tides from the Channel and North Sea meet off' 
Fairlight; if a ship works up to Fairlight by the 
time it is High Water at Dover, she will keep an 
eastern stream for 4h. afterwards. 

Stream easy, seldom more than lA knots. 

Stream strong on both tides ; 3 knots. 

Stream e-t.sy. 

Stream 2^ to 3 knots. 

All alongshore, witliin 3 miles of the land, the eastern 
stream ceases about Ih. before High Water ; and after 
half ebb, there is an eddy tide to the eastward, inshore. 



Flood easy, S.E. by E.; Ebb 1) knot, N.W. by W. 
Tt) tlie we.sLward of Brighton the eastern or flood stream 
is very slack. 



Flood E. by S. j S.; Ebb W. by N.; lA knot. 

To S.E. by S. from H.W. .at London Bridge to C'li. 

after it; to N.W. by N. from 5h. before H.W. 

London until H.W. there. 

Stream runs out at the Needles from 4h. before H.W. 
London Bridge until 2h. 20ra. after it. 

The .Stream off the S. side of the Isle of Wight runs 4^ 
knots close inshore ; between Dunngse and St. Cathe- 
rine's are several races or overfalls on both tide.^. 



Race S.S.E. dist.-int 1,^ miles from the head. 

Ivaee from J mile to 1 .^ mile from the Bill ; stream close 
inshore begins to set to the Eastward at Low Water 
at Weymouth, and to the Westward at H.W. 



Very slack on both tides. 
Streams N.W. and S.E. 
Long slack. 

E. by S. from J flood to A ebb by the Dock Yard 2 miles 
an hour; West to N.W. from J ebb to ,| flood. 



WEST COAST OF CORNWALL. 



Slack Water or Ending of Flood Stream 
to the Northward. 
... I 3 0.1. 

3 30 a. 



Flood N.E. by E.; Ebb S.W. by W. 



a 



XXX 



'.IDE-TABLES FOR THE COAST OF GREAT BRITAIN. 



BRISTOL CHANNEL. 



I'LACE. 



Off Liindy Island . 
Ilfracombo 
Off Nasli Point, in 
Channel . . . 



Time of Sliu'k Water, or the eiidint; of the Flood , 
stream to the Northwiird liefore or iil'ter High 
Water, at certain placea of reference. 



LONDON. 



n.it. 



30 a. H.W. by shore 



u. 
3 
4 



M. 

30 a. 
Oa. 



4 20 a. 



RGMAHKS. 



Springs 3 knots ; neaps 2 knots. 



Inshore, and Swansea Bay, ^lack water is Ih. earlier. 



IRISH SEA (SouTU Channel). 



Smalls Light . . . . ' 20 b. Liverpool. 
Between the SmallH and 10 b. ,, 

Milford Haven 

Between Tuakarand Bishop U 20 b. „ 

mid- Channel .... 
Off Waterford, Saltees i 

Light-vessel .... 40 b. „ 

Irish Channel between the 15 b. „ 

Tuskar and 30 miles X. 

of Holyhead .... 



Between the Isle of Man 15 b. 

and Anglesea . . . . j 
Between the Isle of Man : 

and Dundrum Bay . . 



8 Ob. 
3 20 b. 



3 b. 



3 20 b. 
3 U b. 



3 b. 



Flood N.N.E.: Ebb S.R.W. 

The Stream off' !Milford towards the Bristol Channel 
runs nearly 4 knots an hour at springs ; general sot 
isS.E., and slacks at 3h. 20m. after H.W. at London. 

Direction, flood N.E.; Ebb S.W. by W.; velocity 2J 
knots springs. 



General set N.E. in the soutliern portions; N.E. by N. 
off Arklow; and N.N.E. off Holyhead; velocity 
about 3 knots. Inshore streams from Milford round 
the Bishop's run f' knots, and take an E.N.E. direc- 
tion up Cardigan Bay, running 2 knots. 

Midway. East, 2 knots ; inshore from the Skerries 
towards Liverpool E. liy S. to E.S.E. 2 knots. 



Stream scarcely jierceptible. 



IRISH SEA (NouTU Channel). 



Between Copeland Island 
and Mull of Galloway 



Donaghadee, inshore 
Maidens .... 



Mull of Cantyre 



IVichofClydeorAilsarock 
Islay, Mull of Kinho . . 



Islay, Rhynns of Oversay 
Light 



Ending of Flood Stream to the ,S.E. 
15 b. Liverpool. ; 3 b. 



Ob. 
30 b. 



45 b. 



15 b. 



Mid Channel S.S.E., towards the N.W. jioint of Isle 
of Man, velocity 2 knots; and E.S.E. ;i kn<its to the 
north of I'oint of Ayr, thence Southerly towards 
Morecambe Hay, 2 knots. 

Eddy on the flood, south of tho Copelands ; stream 
strong iiutside, 2.^ knots. 

Flood, South, 14 knot. 



SCOTIiAND (West Coast). 



Ending of Flood Stream to the S.E. 

35 b. Liverpool. , 3 20 b. 

i 
I 

Ending of Flood Stream to the Northward. 

20 b. Liverjiool. 3 5 b. 

At H.W. by shore. 3 a. 



At H.W. by shore. 



Oa. 



Flood S.S.E. 3 to 4 knots, springs ; to E.S.E. and 
JS'.N.E. up Kilbianiian Sound I4 knot, and off to 
East to Frith of Clyde. 

Streams ejisy on both ti<lea in the Firth of Clyde. 

Flood N.N.W. 5 knots, springs; 3 knots, nea])s; Ebb 
inshore sets towards the Otter rock, and passes 2 
miles South of Texa Island, when tho stream from 
Jura Sound meets it, and thence out towards the 
Coast of Ireland. 

The ebb sets to S.W, l.'.h. before H.W., or l,i,h. earlier 
th.-in outside; very stroiig race off Oversay Light 
extends 2 miles off; 7 knots springs; an eddy on 
the flood near the shore to the N.E. of Ru Andrew 
or S.W. point of Islay. 



TIDE-TABLES FOR THE COAST OF GREAT BRITAIN. 



XXXI 



SCOTLAND (West Coast)— continued. 



PLACE. 



Islay, N.W. aide, near 

Noamh lalaDd. 
Off Iludha ]\[hail Point, 

N. entr. of Islay Sound 



Islay Sound 



Between South of Oronsay 

and Islay 
Between Colonsay and Jura 

Jura Sound, East of Sgeir 
Maoile Lighthouse 



Cork Harbour, G miles off 



Old Head of Kinsale, 

mi lew off 
Galley Head, fJ milcH off 
Cape Clear, (i miles off 



Off arizen Head 



Off the Bull, Cow iuul C;.lf 



Ending of Flood Stream to the Northward. 





LONDON. 


H.M. 

1 20 a. H.W. by shore 


H. 
4 


M. 

30 a. 


... 


5 


a.. 


Flood to N.N.E. until 
l-Ob.H.W.atFeo- 
lin Ferry. 


2 


Oa. 


Ending of Flood Stream to N.E. 


2 45 a. H.W. at 


5 


30 a. 


Oronsay. 

... 







REMARKS. 



30 b. H.W. on 
the shore. ' 



2 20 a. 



H.W. F. and C, by shore 4h. 45m.; stream 2 knots, 

setting East. 
Gradually turning into Islay sound, and joining the 

ebb stream to S.S.W. for 2h. after the time of H.W. 

by the shore. 
Flood to N.N.E. slacks Ih. before H.W. on shore; 

stream to S.S.W. commences Ih. before H.W., and 

ends 5h. after it ; velocity 4 to 6 knots off Feolin 

ferry ; but near the North and South entrances of 

the Sound about 2^ to 3 knots. 

H.W. F. and C. Oronsay 5h. Om. 

Stream scarcely perceptible ; mid-channel seldom more 

than .^ knot. 
Near Sgeir Maoile Lighthouse, velocity 2,J. knots, springs; 

streams slacken ,^h. before High and Low Water. 



IRELAND (Sooth and West Coasts). 



Ending of Flood Stream to the Eastward. 
I 4 Oa. 



4 20; 



30 a. 
50 a. 



4 50 a. 



4 40 a. 



The ebb or Western stream close insliore commences at 

5h. lOni. on days of F. and C. ; in the offiug at 

Oh. Om.; velocity l\ knot. 
Clo.so to the Head is a race on the Flood to S.E. 2 J knots, 

and on the ebb is a race to the S.W. 
Close inshore it sl.acks Ih. earlier. 
Flood set.s S.E. by E. 1,^ knot; a race close to the 

Cape; on the ebb or Western stream, there is a slack 

inside the lino of Cape Clear and Mizen Head. 
Close to Mizen Head is a strong race of nearly -t knots, 

S.S.E. and N.W. byN., and the stream turns 1^ to 

2h. earlier. 
Flood S. S. E. 1 4 knot ; Ebb, North ; between these rooks 

and Dursey there are overfalls and strong currents. 



IRELAND (West Coast). 



Off the Blaskets 



Blasket Sound .... 
Shannon River entrance . 

Seven tniles off Kilkoe . 
Six miles off Arran Islands 
Six miles otF .Slyno Head . 
Off Inishbofiii . , . . 
Off AchiU Head .... 

Eagle Island 

Sligo Bay 



Tory Island and Innistra- 
hul, in the Offing 



Ending of the Flood Stream setting to tho 
Northward. 

4 30 a. 



2 


20 a. 


o 


50 a 


5 


Oa 


5 


30 a 


5 


30 a 


6 


20 a 


6 


Oa. 


6 


Oa. 


6 


30 a 



6 30 a. 



Flood N. by E. 1 .^ knot ; the flood wave divides about 3 
miles Southof the Skelligs, going Northward towards 
the Lemon Rock and Puffin Island, and Southward 
towards the Bull, Cow and Calf ; stream varying from 
4 to 1,^ knot, it being strongest after a prevalence of 
Westerly winds, and very weak after Easterly winds. 

Close inshore the stream makes out very shortly .after 

H.W., or 2h. after H.W. London. 
Flood .sets N.E. l.'i knot. 

Flood N. by E. 2 knots ; Ebb S.W. by S. U knot. 
Insliore near Slyno Hea<l is a race of 3 knots. 
Flood N.N.E. ,', E. 2 knots. 
Flood N.E. by N. 1 knot. 

Close inshore the Western tide makes soon after H.W., 
or 3411. after H.W. at London; but in the offing it 
sets E. by S. towarls Donegal Bay unt'l 6.yi. after 
H.W. at London. 

Flood sets East 1 knot; Ebb, West ; inshore the H.W. 
.slack is 2h. earlier. 



XXXll 



TIDE-TABLES FOR THE COAST OF GREAT BRITAIN. 



As a general rule, the stream in the of Hug on the N.W. Coast of Ireland runs to N.E., until 3 hours after 
High Water by the shore, and the inslioro stream ceases very shortly after High Water. 

Prevailing S.W. winds cause the Hood stream to run longer and stronger, and they have the contrary 
effect on the ebb stream. 



The following diagram is intended to illustrate the terms " Spring Rise," "Neap Rise," and "Neap 
Range," as they frequently occur on Charts and in Saihng Directions. 



h 



FEET 






S H.W. SPRINGS.. 


12 
II - 
10- 
9 — 


n' n 


H.W. NEAPS. 










8- 










7- 








HALr TIDE 


9 - 










4-- 










S- 










a- 
1 - 

^0- 








L.W. NEAPS. 




R 





IS 



10 



-6 



L.W. SPRINGS. 



The Mean Level of High Water Ordinary Springs is represented by line 

,, '» 1) iNoaps ,, ,, 

Half Tide or Mean Level of Sea at botli Springs and Neaps „ 

Mean Level of Low Water Ordinary Neaps „ 

» „ V Springs , 



As sliown by the diagram — 

The Spring Jiisc (or Mean Spring Range) i.s represented by tlie line R to S, and is 

*The ^eap Rife is represented l)y tlie Hue N" to N', and is 

The Neap Range is represented by the line R to N, and is (10 — 2) 



12—12 
10—10 

<;— () 

2—2 

0-0 



12 feet 

10 feet 

8 feet 



Generally, it may be assumed that, from Low Water ';o High Water (Springs and Neaps), the water rises 
one-sixteenth (-f'g-) of the range in tlie fir.'^t liour ; three-sixteenths (-j?g^) of the range in the second hour; 
four-sixteenths (j*^) of the range in the third hour; tour-sixteenths (j%-) in the fourth hour ; three-sixteenths 
(i^g-) i. the fifth hour; and one-sixteenth ( j'^^) in the last hour. And it falls from 11. W. to L.W. in the same 
ratio— viz., y'^, ^^, ^j, -f\, ^^^r, and y^g- in succes.sion. 



Neap 



LIGHTS AND TIDES 



OF THE 



WORLD. 



'1^ 



THE BRITISH ISLANDS. 



Xaiiu' i>t' 
Light. 



2 

No. of Lights, 
Ohanvcter, &c. 



3. 



Height 
of Light 

ahove 
the Sea. 



5. 



Whore placed. 



6. 

Position. 



Lat. 



Long. 



7. 



Rem.vkk.s. 



8. 

H. W. 

at 
F. & C. 



3 be 



Ki.suoi- KouK. 

Si. A(jyE.s. 

Skvkn Stones 
l.ii^ht Vesael. 

l.oVUSHIP.-i. 

I'liuanee. 
Wolf. 

Lr/.ARD. 

Falni.>uth 

Hoi>VSTON'E. 

I'lviKoiith, 



>l'\Kl' I'O'NT. 



Dartinoiith. 



I F. 

1 Rev. ev. niin. 

2 F. 
I F. 

1 F. 

2 V. 



Miles 
10 

17 
10 
14 
9 
•21 



1 Rev. ev. -20 s. i:{ 

1 F. Gri'en. ' - 

IF. ; 13 

2 F. 9 



I F. 



11 



1 F. 
1 F. 



Feet. 
110 

2()&ns 

85 
3.S 

W 2S2 
E 229 
72 

72 

03 & 48 



1 F. N"i/. , . 

I F. (;a.s. (i j 29 

J 
1 F& Fl. ev. mill 20 204 



S.W. partScilly 

Islands. 
Siwnmit of Isl. 

K. side of rocks 
in 40 fathoms. 

On highest rock 
off Laud'sEnd. 

S. pier-head. 



N. 

O / 

49 52-4 

49 rjse 

50 3-0 

50 4 

50 7 
49 60-7 
49 57-7 



On the Cliff. 74 

yards ajiart. 
St. Anthony r'„. 50 8 
On Breakwater. | - 
Ou the Rock. I 50 10-8 
On Breakwater, ; .50 20 

W. end. 



Mill Bay. End 
of I'ier. 

W. Barbican 
pier-head. 

Near S. E. ex- 
treme of po.'nt. 



85 



50 22 
50 13 3 



KingswearorN. 50 20 '3 
aide of harbour. 



OnallagstaffllO 
ft. in advance. 

S. part of town, 
near Coast 
(riiard Station, 



W. 

O ' 

20-7 i 

20-0 

I 
40 

5 44-7 

I 

5 31 
5 48-4 
5 12 1 

5 I 

4 15-9 
4 9-4 



4 7 

3 .'JS-S 



All round except where hidden 

by the Islands. 
All round except where hidden 

by the Islands. 
Gong. Gun. 

N. by W. leailj westward of the 

Runnel Stone. 
lieilAor 15 ft. water, Qreenipf less 
Bmlding. Yie^ ^J^^iJ^^ 
In one, they clear the Manacles 

to E. and the Wolf to W. 



Bell proposed. 

Red seaward ; White in the anch- 
orage. White It. below Red 
shows Channel open between 
Draystone and Knap buoys. 
Bell. 



Also a F. It. in direction of Berry 
Head, seen only when Start 
Point 1)ears between W. \ S. & 
S. W. by S. Bell intended. 

]YhUe over the fairway entrance 
to hari)our, between N. | W. 
& N. by W. i W. lied over 
the shoals of Kettle Point 
and Castle Ledge. Green o'.'er 
the shoals of the Check.stone 
and Pni Rook. 

In line witii the former light N. 
\ W. leads in the fairway. 

After passing between Castle and 
Kettle Points, a While light 
sho'vs the fairway to the an- 
chorage , a /("(iti light the shoals 
on the N. side of harbour ; a 
Green light the shoal ou S. aide. 



H. M. 



4 30 



10 



Ft. 



10 



4 


30 


10 


r> 





14 


4 


57 


10 



1.) 



1 1 



LIGHTS AND TIDES,— BRITISH ISLANDS. 



1. 

Name of 
Light. 



2. 



No. of Lights, 
Character. &('. 



3. 



4. 

Ilt-'itrht 

ofj.ight 

ili)OVC' 

the Swi 



6. 



Whcrt' ])hiif<l. 



6. 

I'ositioii. 



Lat. -Long. 



7. 

KKiMAKKS. 



8. 

H. W. 

at 
V. & V. 



9. 



S; 



cc 



Hrixham. 
I'onjuay. 
Toigumouth. 

Lyme Regis. 

I'nHrL.l.ND. 



SllAMBLKSSlIOAl 

Light Vessel. 
W'eymout!'.. 

( 'ASQrETS. 

Alderney. 



1 F. IImL 

1 F. Jio/. 
•2 V. Ihil. 

2 F. Iie,l. 
•1 F. 



1 F. 
1 F. 



Red. 



1 F. lias. lied. 
it Lev. ev. 20 s. 

2 F. Gas. R<d. 



Miles 
G 
5 
6 



21 

IS 

9 
10 



Feet. 
20 
I.-) 

;t4 

11 &21 

222 

145 



(ilERNSEY. 



JeI'JjEY. 



Swanage. 
Pooie. 



1 F, 



1 Kev. ev. 45 H. 

Red. 
1 F. 



1 F. 
1 F. 

1 F. Red. 
1 F. Blue. 

1 F. Rrd. 

1 F. 
2F. 



10 
5 to 9 



l.-,l,K 01- WlCIlT. I 1 F. 



Hurst. 
Yarmouth. 



11 

12 

!7tolO 

() 

•.\ 
3 



w. It. 

14 
red 9 



30 

23 
113ea. 
55 & 25 



2F. 



13 
10 



2 F. (Juter i!n 
' Inuer While. 
( 'alshoi; Lt. Ves. 1 Kev. ev. miii. 

i 
Southampton. 2 F. 



34 

100 
00 

55 
31 

15 

17 
4;5 

37 
10 

80 



70 
29 
12 



On Pierhead 
I'ier-ht ad. 
S.W. endof tlie 

Denn. 
Inner I'lerliead 
audC'ii.stoni ho. 
Near the iJilJ. 



On Breakwater. 

Vj. end of shoal 

in 15 fathoms. 

I On Breakwater. 

Fastn. Lightho. 

Braye harliour, 
one on old Pier, 
the other on 
N. F. corner of 
lieadiiig-rooni, 
370 yds. a|iart. 

;>t. Peter I'ort- 
jiier-head, S. 
side of entran. 

S.W. rock of the 
llanoisKocks 

Verclut Break- 
water, St. Ca- 
therine's Bay 

CJourayPier-hd. 

Victoria or New 
South Pier 

Alliert or North 
I'ier 

Old N. Pier 

I'liperPierKoad 

(hi Pier 

N. side of entrn. 

202 yds. a])art 
Outer Needle 

Look 



50 24 
50 27-5 
50 32() 

50 43-5 

50 3i-4 
50 31 3 



50 37 
49 43-3 
49 •43-3 



49 27-2 

49 20 
49 13-3 

49 10 5 
49 10 6 

49 10-5 

50 30 5 
50 41 



W. 

3 30 
3 31 
3 29 6 

2 55-9 

2 26-8 
2 27-3 



2 20 
2 22-7 
2 121 



50 39-7 1 35-4 



On the 



P 



int, 
2.')2yds. ajiart 
30 yard.s apart 



on Cahshot Cstl. 
in 3i fathoms 

Royal Pier, 15 
yards apart 



50 42-4 

50 48 
50 54 



2 32-1 

2 42 '2 
2 12 

2 7-3 
2 7-2 
2 7-3 

1 57 
1 50 



In one, to clear rocks off the Ness. 

Half Hood to half el.l.. 

In one, lead between Race and 
Shanddes Low It. is visible only 
Ijetweeii F.S. F. and W. hy S. 

Oong. (!un. 



Bell .... 

The old Pier light is screened in 
direction of all dangers. 



When running in V)ring the light 
W. I>yN. 4 N. ; Light /jroyjo.vt'i/ 
on Castle Cornet pier head. 



H. 


M. 


() 





(i 








21 



(J 45 
4() 



37 



1 32 9 

1 10 
1 24 



At St. Helikr. 



Propuned. 

In one Ni W. Also 4 F. lights 
inside. 

White to ch'ar Durlstone Head, 
Dolphin Bank, and S.W. tail 
of Shingles ; also While hearing 
from S.W. hy W. to S.W. 
hy W. 4 W. to clear Warden 
Ledge ; on all othei' hearings 
R'd. Foghell. 

In one N.H. hy E. 4 K. Another 
light shows up the Solent. 

Tn one, lead into Harbour in 14 
feet at H.W. 

(Jong. (!un. 

In one, h'ad through the Chan- 
n( 1 ; also two F. Red lights on 
the Dock Piers, which in one, 
lead up the !{iver Itcheii in 
15 feet. 



9 

12 





1(» 
45 
4() 



10 
12 
11 

10 
12 





30 

30 
45 



Kt. 

I3A 
13 

11 A 






15.i 
17.1 



20 



30,i 



04 



7 
13 

13 



LIGHTS AND TIDES.— BRITTSIf ISLANDS. 





9. 




llise of 
Springs. 


1. 


Kt. 


i.) 


I3A 





i:{ 


1 


lU 



37 



10 
4() 






154 
171 





(t 

;{o 

45 



•iti 



'Mi 



»'4 



l.S 



!.-{ 



1. 


2 


3. 

if" 


4. 

Hciltht 


5. 


6 

1) -1 


, 


7. 


Nivini! of 
Light. 


No. of Lights, 
("harat'toi', i^e. 


13 


if Light 
altove 


Mhere jilaeed. 


rosition. 


Remarks. 








the Sea. 


Lat. 


Long. 














N. 


\V. 








Miles 


Feet. 




/ 


/ 




liydc 


1 F. 


6 


21 


On tlie I'iir 


- 




. 


Sdlltll.'JL'il. 


I F. /{'-il. 





51 


111 till' ( 'iistle 


50 47 


I 5 


Shows Green when ,0 westwaril 
of the Spit-liuoy. 


WAIlNERLt.Vl'S. 


1 Rev. c>v. niin. 


8 


38 


E. part of shoal, 
ill 13 fatlmnis 


50 43-8 


1 4 


(rong. (Jun. 


Na» Light Vts. 


2 F. 


8 


Main.'iS 
Fori' 28 


Ortthol'ointur. 
the Nal) Rock, 
in 5.| fathoms. 


50 42-2 


59 5 


Gong. (iuii. 


St. CvrnEiiiM:. 


1 F. 


10 


ITS 


On the Poii.t 


50 34 5 


1 17-8 




lalf of Wight 
















OWKRS Tit. Vts. 


1 I'". 


10 


.•i8 


S. E. end of shoal 
in 10 fathoms. 


50 38 '8 


40 


Gong. (inn. 


Littlehainiitdii. 


1 F. 1/<'<I. 


7 


30 


N. end of E. pier 


50 48 


32 


. 


Worthing. 


1 F. 


- 




On the Pier 


50 48-5 


23 




Shnrchain. 


2F. 


10 


42 
23 


ijiosite har- 
)oiir's entran. 


50 50 


15 


Low White liglit while 11 feet 
between piers, but a He<l It. at 
H.W. an.l slack tide. High It. 
is shown all night. 


Hiightoii. 


1 F. nrf>it. 


10 


35 


(Jliaiii I'ler-licad 


50 40 


8 
EAST. 




Niwliavc'ii. 


2 F. 


lO 


30 & 17 


West J'iev. 50 
yards apart 


50 47 


3-4 


Low light, Red for 10 to i;{ feet 
on bar, but White, above 13 ft. 




1 F. Qyccii. 


.3 


18 


East Pier 






To assist vessels entering between 


'» 














the piers. 


lli:\riiv Fli.Ai>. 


1 Ri'v. cv. 2 niin. 


2:i 


285 


Belletout t'liff 


50 44-2 


13 


Kept open of next Eastern (.'liff, 
clears Royal Sovereign & other 
shoals. 


Kasthoiiruf. 


1 F. 


.) 


10 


. 


50 45 


17 


During the fishing season. 


Hastings. 


I F. IVIiih'. 


t 


tiO 


l'j)|xr Liglit on 


50 52 


36 


For the Fishermen. 


O 


1 F. IM. 


4 


30 


the \\. Hill 
ahvo. the town; 
Lower on the 
Beaeh 








Ky.'. 


2 F. 


4 
■A 


2(1 
10 


Camber ; N. side 
of entrance 


50 57 


44 


While 10 feet on the bar. 


'• 


2 Tide Its. /.'-</ 




32 


210 feet from 
Old Pier-head 




- 






(h-ecn light. 


' 




W. entrance to 
harhour 






From half Homl to lialf ebli. 


DCNCKNESS. 


1 1\ 


15 


02 


Extreme point 


50 54-8 


58-3 


Fog-bell. 


Varne Shoal 


1 Rev. ev. 20 s. 


10 


38 


Near W. end of 


50 5G-3 


I 10-3 




Light Vivsi'l. 


Rp''. 






shoal, in 10 
fathoms 








Kolkeatoiu'. 


1 1\ 


(> 


;!0 


S. Pierhead 


51 4 


1 11-6 


Tide light, Red to 14 feet. White 
under iiV'/ above IC feet. 


T» 


1 F. (lyi-iu. 


(i 


31 


Extremitv of 
New Pie 




' 


Green in all directions seaward, 
H7/(7ciii shore. 


l>(iver. 


1 F lihn: 


o 




Clieesetnan-head, 
onter extreme 
of W. Pier 


- 




A Bell. 




1 F. Ii<-il. 


12 




S. Pier 


51 7 


1 10 


Tide light while 7 to 10 ft. 




2 F. AVv/. 






S. Pier 




- 


Tide lights while 10 to 13ft. 




I F. Rcl. 


;j 


12 


N. Pier 


- 


- . - 


Tide light. 




1 F. Greni. 






1 Near Clock Twr. 






Shows between the )iiers. 




II 



1 1 30 

1 1 34 

11 15 

11 51 

1 1 20 

10 53 

1 1 20 



10 45 



n 



II 



14 



16 
18 

lOij 
20 

2<» 

24 



20 



181 



LIGHTS AND TIDES.-BRITISH LSLANDH. 



Naino of 



2 



No. of Lif,'hts, 
(Jharaotcr, \o. 



Ik'ight 
)f Liglit 

ill)OV0 

till' >S ja, 



S((irniFoi(Ki,ANi> 



S, Sand Hkad 
Li^ht Vi'.ssul. 

Oin.i, Hthkam 
Li)i;lit Vessel. 

N. Sand Head 
Li^lit Ves.sel. 



Ramsgate 



North For in- 
land. 



RiVKR TlIAMF.S. 

Margate. 



I'kincks Chan. 
liitjlit Vessels. 



NoiiH, l,t. Ve.s. 
Sheernciis. 
"»i',» Heacli. 



Hope I'oiiit. 
Noitlirteet. 



.M')(i.-*K Lt. N'i's. 



2F. 

1 F. 

I Kev. pv. 20 8. 
3 F. (triangular) 

1 F. 

1 F. (hri'ii. 
1 F. arcni. 
1 F. 

1 F. lied. 

1 F. WhiU: 

lied. 
1 Rev ev. 20 h. 
lied. 

1 Hev. ev. i inin. 
1 Rev. ev. i inin. 
1 F. Jied. 
I F. Red. 
1 F. 

IF. 

1 V. ■ 
1 F. 



I Rev. VI. ev. 
20 s. Green. 



Miles 
2() 



10 



19 

10 
10 
10 

10 
10 



11 



11 



10 



Feet. 
372 
275 



;i8 



.1(3 



Fore 28 
Main 42 
Miz. 28 
.17 



Where piaeed. 



6 

Position. 
Lat. 



I 



Long. 



7. 

Remarks. 



8. 

H. W 

at 

F.&(; 



85 

.18 
14 
.18 



.18 
.18 
.12 

40 
40 



38 



On the Head, 
44i) yds. apart 
K. l.y S. & W. 
byN. 



Off S. .!nd of 

Goodwin Sn<l. 

in 13 fathoms 
NearW. edge of 

Gotxlwiu Snd. 

in 8 fathoms 
Off N. end of 

(ioinhvin Snd. 

in !> fathoms 
W. Pier-head 



On W. Cliff 
On E. Clitl. 
184 On the Head 



W. end of Pier 

E. Tongnc S.and 
in 10 fathoms 

N. side of Chan, 
between the 
Tongue and 
Girdler Its. in 
34 fathoms 

W. Girdler Sand 
in 19 feet 

E. end of Sand, 
in 3| fathoms 

Left Demi Bas- 
tion 

Southend Pier- 
head 

Chapman Head 



Mucking Flat 



In the Fort 
India Arms whf. 



On W. end of 

Sand, in 4 fins. 



N. 



51 8-4 



5] 9 9 



51 Kio 



51 19 4 



51 197 



51 22-5 

5! 24 
51 29 



51 29 
51 29 
51 26-8 



51 32 



E. 



1 22-4 



1 28-2 



1 30 



1 35 4 



1 25-4 



1 26 8 

1 23 
1 19 



Lights in one, clear the S. end of 
Goodwin Sands. Off P'olkstone 
stand otl when high light dis- 
appears ; but vessels drawing 
more than 14 feet should stand 
off when low light disapix-'ars. 

Gong. Gun. 



Gong. (Jun. 



Gong. <iun. 



Green Light ; eliangeil to Red 

while 10 feet water. 
In one, with Red light on pier, 

leads through Cudd Channel. 
In one, with Red It., leads in tlie 

best water thro' Ramsgate Chan, 
ohows a strip of Red light over 

the E. end of Margate Sand, 

when bearing S. by E. { E. to 

S. 4 W. 
There is also a Oreen Gas It. on 

tlie end of Jarvis .Jetty. 
Gong. (inn. 

(Jong. Gun. 



1 7-2 
48 
44 7 



1 



Gong. Gun. 
Gong. (inn. 
Gaslight. 



Changes to Red when it comes in 

one with the line of the E. 

Middle buoy, and to Northward, 

A Bell. 
White, except towards the Scars 

and Chapman Head, towards 

the Oven Spit, and towards W. 

Blyth buoy, when it changes 

to Red. 
For Colliers only. 
While in fairway. Red over the 

anchorage in Gravesend Reach, 

and Broadness. 
Gong, (ion. 



H. M. 



11 44 



11 40 



12 .10 
37 



1 10 



9 



I't. 



l.->.'. 



15^ 
l.i 



17.i 



CORTO.V 

•St. NIC 
Gat 

Yarmou 

< 'OCKI.K 



.**^^ 



LIGHTS AND TIDES— RRITISH ISLANDS. 





9. 


< . 


Rise of 
Springs. 



Kt. 



\r,}. 



m 

37 



134 



10 



174 



1. 


2 


3. 


4. 


5. 


e 


, 


7- 


8. 


9. 


Name of 


No. ot Lights, 
Character, &c. 




Height 

ofLght 

above 

the !" ea. 


Where placed. 


Position. 


Remark.^. 


H. W. 

at 
F.&C. 




Light. 


Lat. 


Long. 












N. 


E. 












Miles 


Feet. 




' 


/ 




H. M. 


Ft. 


Maplin. 


I F. R"'!. 


10 


3G 


S.E. p.irt of 
Saiiil 


51 35 


1 .3 


Not visible to Northwar<l of 
line of the Maplin buoys. A 
White It. is also shown to 
indicate the Channel between 
Girdler It. and Shivering Sand 
buoy. Fog-bell. 






.SwiN Middle 


1 Kev. ev. iiiiii. 


10 


38 


W. end of Sand, 


51 39 


1 7 


Goi'g. (inn. 






Light VeaseL 








in G fathoms 












( JUHKLKET. 


1 Rev. .-V. HO s. 


10 


41 


.S.E. part (.f 
Sand 


51 45-8 


1 20 


Not to be approached nearer than 


11 40 


12 




Rtd. 










a quarter of a mile, nor to pass 




















Northward of the lighthouse. 




















Fog-bell. 






Sink Lt. Vessel. 


IF. 


10 


37 


Fairway of E. 
Swin in 94fms. 


51 49-5 


1 31 1 


Gong. Gun. 






KENTisir Knock 


1 Rev. t'v. min. 


10 


37 


E. side of Sand, 


51 40-8 


1 40-5 


Gong. Gun. 


11 47 




Light Vessel. 








in 11 fathoms 












Oaixoper 


2F. 


10 


30 


S.W. part of 


51 45 


1 56 


Gong. Gun. 






Light Vessel. 








shoal, in 20 fins 












HaKWK'H. 


•2 F. 


12 


43 


Extreme point, 


51 .55 -9 


1 169 


High light visible when bearing 
from N. by E northerly, round 


12 


Hi 






9 


27 


Doverconrt 
























by Nortn to W. .i N. Low light 
when bearing from N.W. ^W.to 






































W. N. W. In one, bearing N. W. 




















by W. i W. lead between Inner 




















Ridge and Andrews buoys. 








1 F. 


5 


10 


Landguard Pt. 


51 56-2 


1 19 


Shows Red outside and White 






>» 














within entrance ; strip of Red 
strikes N. Shelf buov bearing 
N. by W. 






• 

• Ork Lt. Vessel. 


1 Rev. ev. .J min. 


10 


38 


Near Cork Ledge 
in 4J fathoms 


51 56 


1 23 


Gong. (Jun. 






Shipwash 


IF. 


10 


38 


OffN.E. end of 


52 1-5 


I 38 


Gong. Gun. 






Light Vessel. 








Sand, in 9^ fms 












Orfokdnrss. 


2F. 


14 
13 


83 
63 


On wie Ness 


52 5 


1 34-5 


In one, S. of the Ness, they lead 
through HoUosley Bay, close to 
N. W. edge of the Whiting and 
across outer edge of Cutler Sand ; 
to the N. they lead inside the 
Knoll, the Ridge, and the Napes, 


11 15 


8 




1 F. Red. Tem- 


. 


_ 


Fish-houses 


- 


- 


and outside Size well Bank. 
Indicates Pakefield Gatway. 






KE.SSINGLAND. 




Lowestoft. 


porary. 
2 F. Red. 




- 


On each P^er of 
Harboui- 




- 


Also two (?»'em Lights at entrance 
of inner Harbour. 


9 57 


6.i 


9> 


2F. 


10 
11 


119 
45 


On the Cliff 
On the Beach 


52 29-2 


1 45-5 


In one, N. 4 E. and S. \ W. 






CoRTO.v Lt. Yes. 


1 Rev. ev. 20 s. 
Red. 


10 


38 


S. E. entrance of 
(Jatway, in 15 
fathoms 


52 29-7 


1 50 


Gong. Gun. 






St. Nicholas 


2F. 


10 


40 


N. end of Kettle 


52 35-5 


1 47 


White forward. Red aft. (iong. 






Hat Lt. Ves. 




4 


20 


BottoK Sand, 
in 6 fathoms 






Gun. 






Yarmouth. 


i F. Red. 


2 


- 


S. Pier at Gor- 
leston 


52 34 4 


1 44-3 


. - - - ' 


9 15 


6 


Cockle Lt. Ves. 


1 Rev. ev. min. 


10 


36 


N.entran., east- 
ern side, in 6J 
fathoms 


52 41-5 


1 47 


Gong. Gun. 







LIGHTS AND TI D ES.- I'-IMTlsd isLANhS. 



■'' 


2 


3 


4. 


5. 


6 


7. 


8. 


9 


Namo (if 


Nil of Ll;,'llts, 

Character, tic. 


fc^ 


Height 

uf Ligh 

aliipve 


When' iiliieid. 


Position. 

r " " 


Rrmakkh. 


11. w. 

at 
F. dtC. 


.H 






> 


the Sea 




Lat. 


Long. 










.Mile 


< Feet. 




N. 

' 


K. 




H. M. 


Ft. 


WiNTERTON. 


1 K. 


14 


7;i 


Near the Ne^is 


-.2 4.3 


1 41-5 


. 


7 50 




NEWARpLt.Ves 


3F. Triangular 


10 


.Main -M 
2S 


< \. end (if .Satid, 
in 10 fathoms 


r)2 45 


1 5.3 


(iting. (inn. 






Hasboroio.h. 

. j 


2F. 


!.■) 


i:{7 

100 


S.S.F. of Has- 
Ikii'o' Ciairch 


.12 4!) 


1 32 


Leading liglits thi'oiigh llasboro' 
(!at, when in one N.A\'. \ W. 






' Hasborough 


'2 F. 


10 


;w 


N. 111(1 (if Sand, 


r>2 58 


1 .31; 


(long. (inn. 






Liglit VeMSfl. 








ill lo fathoms 












; I.KMAN & OWER 


'-'(IlighKev. ev. 


10 


38 


Between Iceman 


.-)3 8 '8 


2 1 


Cong. (inn. 


(> .30 




Light Vessel. 


mill. Low F. ) 




27 


il- ( »\vir Sands 
ill hi fathoms 












Cromer. 


1 Rev. ev. mill. 


23 


274 


Near the Clitf 


52 5() 


1 10 


. 


7 


I4J 


" Hl'NSTANTON. 


1 F. 


Itl 


10!) 


On the Point 


52 5(i-!) 


29-8 


Shows /{id in direetion of lloaring 




. 














Middle Sand, when bearing be- 






i\ 














tween F.S.F. and S. F. hy F. 






'r Lynn Well Lt.V 


1 Rev. ev. -JO .s. 


10 


.'J4 


Off the Hdok of 
Long Sand, in 
I7i fatlioms 


53 1 


25-2 


(Jong. Clin. 


() 


23 


Dudgeon Lt. V. 


I F. 


10 


38 


Near the shoal, 
in !• fathoms 


53 15 


50 


(iong. (inn. 






OCTER DOWSINO 


1 Rev. a ^f*/ face 


10 


38 


W. side, in Q 


53 28-2 


1 2-7 








Light Vessel. 


ev. 20 8. 






fath(.inis 


- 










HlMUER ElVER. 




SpL-ux Lt. \'es. 

1 


1 Rev.ev. { mill. 


lU 


38 


Off Point, ill 
fathoms 


53 34 


13 


(ioiig. (Iiin. 


5 2») 


18,' 


SpfRN. 


2 F. 


1.-) 


1)3 


On the Point, 1")8 


53 .34 7 


7-2 


N.W. { N. and S. F. 1 S. ; Low- 










12 




yards ajiart 






It. N.W.of IHgh It. 
Ciong. 






; Bull Sau.l Lt. V. 


1 F. 


10 


- 


S. F. end of Sand 


53 34 


5 














inoj fathoms 




WEST. 






• 


1 ; Stallingl)orough. 


I F. 






At the Ferry 


53 37 


10 


Brighte.'^t when bearing W.S.W. 
High light in mie with N. Lt. 






Killiiigholin. 


.-? F 


11 


C.S 
3.-) 


S. Killingholm 


5.3 3!l 


12 


(i 2 


193 














(S. Iiy W.) leads elear of Holm 




' 






37 








Sand ,111(1 Skitter S.ind end. 

High It. ill ( with low It. 

(N.W.) h.ids ii|i the li:inditr. 






I'.IUll. 


1 F. 


/ 


3(J 


Near .S.W. end 


5.3 43 


13 








•v 








of village 












1 Hobbles Lt. Ves. 


1 F. Re,/. 


.■) 


Ifi 


S. side of Chan, 
in fathoms 


53 4t 


k; 








J \Vinterinj,'hain. 
\ W'hitti.n. 


2 F. 


- 




On the lields 


_ 


. 


S. shore. 






2 F. 




- 


Just above the 


. 


. 


S. sliore. 






i 








ferry 












f Ri'ough. 


■2 F. 

I F. /,',./. 


8 


24 


N. Pierluad 


54 5-2 


11 7 


l'ro/>i)f(i'i/. 

Shown while there is it ft. of water. 


4 39 




BriiUingtoii. 


1(> 
Iti 


; Fr.AMJiOKoruii. 


1 iJcv. ev 2 mill. 


20 


214 


On the Head 


54 7 


5 


Two faces M7'i7<, one AVr/ ; bearing 


4 30 


f . 














N.N.F. eh'ar.s N. end of Smithic 




Scarlidroiigli. 














shoal, (inn intended. 






1 F. 


i;t 


.'iS 


Vincent Pit r 


.54 17 


23 


Ifii/ to seaward, W/iih towards 


4 n 


1-Vi 


■ 














the Harbour. Wlicii 10 feet of 


















water in Harbour. 






WTllTDY. 


1 F. (;,<n<. 


i;} 


83 


W. Pierdiead 


54 30 


37 


Two hours before, to two hours 


3 45 


15 




1 F. 












after ILW. 




•• 


10 


.')4 


F I'ior-hoad 




- 


//''/ to S., bnt Grmi to N. of the 






3- 


1 












Hock Buoy. » 







LIGHTS AND T I DBS. -HIUTISII ISLANDS. 



9 

t a, 



Ft. 



145 



•-'.{ 



18 1 



KM 



111 



l^i 



15 



NlllIlL' of 

Light. 



2. 

No. n| Ll^lits, 

< 'liar:ii'ti'i'. ito. 



Hi'igiit 
.f Ligiil 

111 It I vo 

thi' .Sua, 



Will ri' jilaocil. 



6. 

I'osition. 
Lat. I Long. 



7. 



liE.MAiiK.S, 



8. 

II. w 

:it 
F.&C 



W IIITIIV. 



ri'.Ks Hay. 

Iil;lll S.-iIlil. 

<iiiiv Siiiiti Lt. y. 

Si'iitcill. 

II \i!iM:r<><>i,. 



•i !•'. 



Mi!<-<' I'Vot. 

•:; , --MO 

•iich 



>iiiliaiii. 



^iiiinli-rhnid. 



YNE.MOl'ni. 



rv.NK i)K No urn 

.SlIlELIW. 



I'.lvth. 



('iiyrKT. 
Warkwortli. 

F,\KN. 



LoNUSTUNli. 

Heiwiok. 
Kyoniinith. 



1 F. 

L' F. W/iiU. 

2 F. W/lilr. 

Hill. 
I F. A'--/. 



I F. (// 



1 F. /.V</. 



II 

10 

7 

l.-i 



W F. 



I Uev. ev. mill. 
3F. 

2F. 



2 F. 



1 F. 



1 F. Red. 
2,— High, Rev. 
ev. A m. Low F 



1 lli'V. ev. imin. 



2 F. WhiU. 

li,d. 
1 F. Red. 



14 
II 

I a 
Id 



18 



li) 
la 



11 

7 

14 



ir) 

12 



14 



11 

8 



;i8 

20 

SO 
.•14 
H4 
1)2 

:!7 



04 
40 

7.{ 

r.s 



154 



12.-} 

77 



48 
2ti 

83 



s7 
45 



()iilli«liVVIutl)V 
iii'^ir Ling II ill, 
■_'")8 y^\r^. ii|iart 



VV. pai-t (it Saud 

N. (Jart! .Saiul 

Near Scatiin 

Carew 

On the lleilgli, 

ill one tower 
I'iiT-heail, Ol.l 

llar'iour 

N. rier-liis'vl, \V 
Harliour 



S. Pier-liea.l 

Ue.1 Aciel'.iuit 

(one tower) 
N. I'ier-heail 
S. I'ier-head 



Also oil S. outlet 
Castle Yard 
N. I'ier Work.^ 

Doekwray Sq. ; 
lowu.st ur. Clif- 
ford Fort. 240 
yard.s apart 

S. end of the 
town. 148 yds. 
apart 

S. W. pt. of laid. 

N. end of S. Pier 

Higher nr. S. W. 

of i.sland, lower 

near N.W. [)t. 

187 .yds. ajiart 



iN. 
54 28 



54 ;t8 

54 38 
54 40 

54 4' S 

.")4 41 



75 On the Rock 



•18 
28 



54 ."lO 



.54 55 



55 1 



5,5 O'j 



,55 20 1 

55 21 
55 37 



.55 30 



W. 

o 

.34 2 



I 13 

1 13 

1 12 

I 10 3 

1 II 



1 10 



1 20 



I 25 



1 20 



1 .30 



1 32 

I 35 
1 39 



1 37 



Piir-head (one .55 4(5 1 50 

tower) 
Corner of a house 55 52 -4 2 5 



In one, S. hy K. '\ K and N. by 
W. j^ VV. ; S. lighuhoUHc open 
Vi. of N. t)ne cieais W liithy 
Scar Itoek. A Rul light from 
N. Tower, in whore of and over 
the Scar Rock. 

In one, lead over liar. I..iglit is 
changed as the bar shifts. 

Thensiri' other Its. np the Tees. 

In (me, N.W. Ky W . andS. K. tiy E. 
they clear the Ited Cava. 

Red light shows only from half 
Hood tohalf elib. 

Also two .small Rcil lights on the 
t^uay, to guide vessels t<i cntr. 
of Inner Harl)(jur. 

While there is 10 ft. water. Two 
R<'d Lights, 440 yds. N. W. J N. 
from the I'ier light, in one 
lead into the H.irbour. 

Tide It. shows that vessels may 
run for Harbour. 

High It. F. W'/nfe; Low It. Re</. 
rev. every J minute. 

On N. Pier, one W/iK,; and 18 ft. 
below it one Rid ; on .S. Piui'one 
W/iilc Tidal It. from S Hood to 
', el)b; G'r<:cii it. shows danger. 

Tidal light. 

Vertically, (Ireeii at top, W'lulv 
in middle, Red Ai bottom. 

Pest Channel over Par is lights 
in one bearing VV. ^ N. 



In one, N. by VV. | VV. and S. by 
E.i', E., shown while there is 8 ft 
of water. 

Red strip towards Iliiuxley Point 
buoy, lied over lioulmer llks. 

While 10 feet on the bar. 

In one, N. by VV. ,^ W, and S. by 
E. A E. ; High It. open rather 
less than its own lieiglit E. of 
Low light leads between Meg- 
stone and Oxsear. The Its. and 
Megstone in one, lead between 
Ploughseat and (Joldstone. 
Low light is vi.«ilile between 
bearings of S. and S. by E. ^ E. 

In line with Earn high It. leads 
ovir the Kiiiivestone and close 
to S. of Whirl Koek. 

Low light while 10 leet on the bar 



H. M. 



3 2« 



.3 24 



.3 2.3 



3 15 



3 



C it 

. c 



2 18 



14.1 



14' 



131 



15 



14.', 



15 



LIGHTS AND TIDES.— HKITISII ISLANDS. 



I h 



fl 



Light. 



No. of liights, 
(JhaniutiT, Ac. 






4. 

of I.i^'lit 

;il)OVi' 
till) Si'tt. 



Wluiv iiliiceil. 



6. 

l'o«itioii. 



Xt. Akb8, 
hiuibur. 



FiKTii OK Forth 
Inohkeitii. 
Fislierrow, 
Leith. 



Newhttven. 
(irauti)ii. 



(traiigemouth. 

(nverkeithiiig. 
Kurntisluiul. 



Pettycur. 
Kirkcaldy. 

Buckhaven. 
St. Monauce. 



I'ittenweem. 

Aiistiuther. 
CcUardyke. 
I.<LK OK Mav. 



Beli. Rock. 
St. Aiulrews. 



BrUliuNNEKS or 

Tav. 
Port-on-Ciaig. 2 F 



I F. FI. ev. 10 8, 
I F. 
1 F. 

1 Kev. ev. iniii. 
I F. Red. 
1 F. Ri<l. 
IF. 



1 F 

1 F. R>d. 

2 F. AV(/. 

1 F. 

2 F. IkJ. 
1 F. 



1 F. 
1 F. 
1 F. 

1 F. 

2F. 



2 F. lOd. 

1 F. lied. 

2 F. Ited. 

(Ireen. 

1 F. /^r/. 

2 F. 

1 llov. ev. 2 mill. 

IF. 

1 F. 

2 I'. 



Mills 
2(» 



21 
5 
8 

10 



i) 
G 



10 



N'owjiort. 
Dunflfce Harbour 



2 F. 



2 F lu.l. 



21 

15 



1.-. 

(5 

,i 

10 

8 

IG 

11 

7 
8 



F.ft. 
22t 



220 

20 
00 



28 



20 
33 



34 

13 

28 

2!) 

17 
20 



IG 
20 



240 
110 



93 

30 
10 

71 
4.') 

80 
29 
10 
IG 

10 
12 



On the Hi'ail 
Old Harbour 
Victoria Harbr, 

Sinninit of Uld. 
Pier- Iliad 
F. Pier 
W. Piir 



On the Pier 
On the Pier-hd. 
On outer Pier- 

he;ids 
Entrance of Kiv. 

C'arron 
W.Quay of Harb 
K. Pier 



Ferry Pier 
On tiie Pier 
On K. Piirhead 

Oil F. Piir-head 

lied on Pier-hd. ; 

White on the 

side of a house 

Pier-head 

S.W. angle of a 
disubed iSaw- 
niill 

W. Pier-head & 
Shore Light 

W. part of Har- 
bour 

.Sunmiit of IhU', 
N. \:. aid.', 2r)0 
yanls apart 

A sunken Keef 



Lat. 

IT 



.55 S.'i 
'iG 



.■)(•. 2 
.V) .iG'9 
S.') 59 



55 .59 
55 59 



5() 4 



5G 7 

-)G 10 I 
M 12") 



r,(i 13 

.36 l.t3 
5() 14 
56 ll-l 

of) 20 



Pier-head 
Turret in Cathe- 
dral wall 
On the Ne8.s, 374 56 Hh 

yards ajiart 
S. side of Ferry, 56 27 

1700yil.s. ajiartj 
OntheW. FelTyl 56 .lH 

Pier, G3 yardLi 

apart 
Middle and E. 1 56 '.% 

Piers, i;j0yds. ! 

ajiart 



Long. 



W. 

/ 

2 8 
2 30-7 



3 8 
3 4 
3 10 



3 11 
3 15 



7. 
Hkmakiu. 



8 

H. W. 

at 
F.&C. 



Fioni July to Uotuber. 



All night exce[it in clear moonlight 

()reeii under ll'AiVf for 8 ft. water. 
(ireeii chaiigcM to /iV(/when Dock 
(iate opens. 



3 14 



3 9 

3 1-7 
3 40 -2 



2 43 5 

2 41 -9 
2 40 
2 33-4 

2 23 i 
2 47 



Alrto a small Red light at New- 
halls, and a While oiieat (jneeiiH 
flurry for use of jiasjiage boats. 



Red to seaward ; White when the 
Harbour is open. 

Sailing into Harbour, Reil light 
on Pier iniust be kept .slightly 
open to W. of H7(iV<' light. 

All night except from 15th May 
to l>)th July. 

iJo. ; ill bad weather a While It. 
for G feet water. 

N. !•;. i N. S. W. 4 S. All night 

except May, June, and July. 
Only while bo.ats are out. 

N.N.I. 1 v.. amis. S.W. \ W. , n 
oiie,tliey '-ad about 4 a mile to E. 
of tbe N CarrHoek: mut.t not 
Ix- .ifpr»»>-.lto thf Westwanl. 

WUtti' wMf Red alternately. In 
fog » JK/ fver. ;, minute. 



H. M. 

2 S 



ill OH, N.N.W. , vv. r.ndS.S.E. I 

v.. Ic •■)»«g lut. lie Tay. 
Le»(lin (ip tlie 'I'.i A Bell. 



2 45 
2 49 
2,77 N.N.i:. andS.S.W. 



« A* N.W. JW andS.E. ^ h, in one, 
they li-^il clear to S, W. of 
Beaci'n K'" k. 



9. 

H 



20 



2 24 



2 G 



2 3'J 



Ft. 



IG.', 



IG{ 



IG 



14i 



.Macduff. 

Paiui: 



Flgin aiK 
nioiitli 

< 'OVK.SF.A 
KIK.S. 





9. 


V. 

r. 


■3SL 

.11 


M. 


*Ft. 


H 


M', 



ua, 



i(> 



Hi{ 



1*> 



LIGHTS AND TIDES.— lUHTlsil ISLANDS, 



32 



Hi 



1 


2 


3. 


4. 


8 


6 




7. 


8 


9 


Niinii! (if 
Light. 


Nil. Ill Light.i, 
( 'hiiriiotiM', Jkc. 


> 


HiiKlit 

in,i«iit 

llllilVl' 
tlu'.Si.il. 


VVIliTr pllU'fil. 


F'lwit 
Lat. 


on. 
Long, 


Kkmakk^. 


H. W 

at 
F.AC. 






1 








X. 


W, 










1 


Mill'H 


Fi'i-t. 




o / 







H. M. 


Ft. 


Viliriiiith. 


1 v. Ii<'<l. 




24 


N. I'.W 


r.tt 33 


2 35 


When veHHeJs are ahout to enter. 
.\n oeeaNional lirU/kt Jtnuli in a 
warning to kee]i olF. 


1 ;i5 


14 


Muiitiiixi'. 


•1 V. llr,l. 


II) 


01 


N. MJilf (if cn- 


.'.0 42 


2 27 


In one, they lend into the river. 


1 2.'. 


i;! 


• 




II 


:i.-. 


trftnoc, 3(»3yilM 
apivrt 




1 


clearing .\nnat Hank. 






IcIiillfllllVi'll. 


•1 V. WhiU. 

lint. 


- 


18 
24 


Fimcr HJilc lit 
ll.'irliDiir 


,'■.0 r.H 


2 I'..' 

I 


\V. I.y N. 1 N. and K. I.y .S. \ S. 


1 III 


14 


(illlDLKNKSS. 


•1 V. 


2(> 

Hi 


18.-. 
II.-. 


(hi tlu'NiMrt ((.no 

tdWLT) 


.-.- 8-2 


2 3 


y^se^ 


l\ 


MmTcIi ell. 


1 V. 


H 


40 


N. I'ler-head 


r." 8 3 


2 3 


From half flood till H ^ / yr 


1 

k m.M ■«! 


\1 




•1 V. 




47 


Hall fi mile lip 






M'f/ lightfl when eiitraiKB is late. 










;<o 


lliirl.oiir (III .S. 
Nluirc, 220 yds 
iijiart 
( hi till' Nl'.s."* 






(iriiii otherwiHe. In Wi'J|[- 'i 
S. they lend in. ^ <B^ 


1964 


JfJ 


I'.l ClIANNrss. 


1 Fl. ov. 5 M. 


If) 


i;{o 


57 28 '2 


1 40 2 


N^^ra^ 


^ 


l'rt<Tll''!l(l. 


1 F. 


10 


24 


S. Iliirb., illidw 
of W. Fi.T 


57 30 j 


1 40 


Vi>i. from S J K. round Si mthirlv 
ti. S.W. I.y VV. V VV. 


*wr 


\K)\ 


,. 


1 F. lt.,1. 


ID 


20 


N. lliirl...nr,W. 
I'lcrlifiul 






Visilile from N.E.'i N. to K. \S 






Fiasii'liiirgh. 


'1 V. Ileil. 


T) 


:to 

inmr IS 


Ficr-lirad and 

Middll- I'i.T, 

7t) yds. iipiul; 


57 41-5 


2 


l'"roni.Iuly to April, except niuoii- 
light iiightN. 


11 40 


II 


KiNN AIHl) Hf.ai> 


1 F. 


l.-i 


12(1 


On the Head 


.-.7 42 


2 1 


AV-/ from N.N.VV. J W. ti- the 

Kliore, to cdvii- Rattray lirig.UM. 






Miu'duir. 


1 F. Red. 


f. 


25 


W I'iir-head 


57 40 


2 30 








I'aiiil. 


1 F. 


8 


2S 


N. Pier-liead 


57 40 


2 31 


( <a.a. 


28 


1(1.1, 




•-> F. WhiU. 


. 


H ink. si 


IpiKT part 111 


.-.7 40 1 


2 31 1 


Not >:eeii until the Harhoiir is 








Red. 




l,U>W«t*t 


New Harhmir, 
20 yards apart 






open. 






Ml^iiiand LoHsic- 


1 F. (Irn'ii. 




.Hi 


S. I'ier-liead 












IllOlltll. 




















COVK.SKA Sk Kn- 


1 Iffv. v\\ null. 


*S^ 


100 


(Jiaig Head 


57 43 2 


3 20-3 


Jf,-(l from N.W. hy W. \ W. tn 






it IKS. 














the shore iSpeymouth Hay. 






< HANci.NliV. 


1 F. 


w 


40 


On the I'liint 


57 34-5 


4 5 


Vi.silde from K. * S. to .S. hy W. 
hy North and West. 
























('lti)MAIiT\. 


1 F. H'-,l. 


<) 


.->() 


On the Point at 
the Town 


57 41 


4 2 


- 


1 1 50 


14 


Tahiikt Nkss. 


J Int. viK '2.|,niin 
il:«rk ', uiiii. 


15 to 
18 


l7.-> 


On tlie Point 


57 51 


3 48 


Westward of the Ness tlie light 
is always visible. 






Little Ferry. 


2 F. 


4 


li) 
14 


(hitlii.Poin\r.O 
yards apan 


57 50 


4 


N.W. i N. and S.E. i .S. 






I>atlioroiiwli' i|. 


1 F. 






.S. Head 


58 10-2 


3 22 9 


Only on dark niglits towards end 
of fishing season. 






V\ ickorPiiltt'iiey 


1 F. H,il. 


8 


3.-. 


N. Pierhead 


58 20 


3 5 


During .inly and .August. 


1 1 22 


10 


l'<wn. 


















1 


X"ss Head. 


1 Ii?v. fv. 4 min 


20 


17;-. 


On the Head 


58 28 ■« 


3 31 


ir^»<tto seaward, and /iiit toward 


a 










1 








Sinclair Bay. 




PkntlandSker- 


2F. 


18 


170 


On the Island, 


58 41 -4 


2 55 4 


N.N.K. .and S.S.W. j 




ttlE.'<. 




10 


MO 


33 ydn .•*part 








\ 





10 



LIGHTS AND TIDES —BRITISH ISLANDS. 



1. 

Niime of 
Light. 



2. 

No. of Lii^hts, 
Character, &c. 



3. 






4. 

HeiL'ht 

of Liglit 

above 

thf Sea. 



Where ])laced. 



6. 

Position. 



Lat. Long. 



7. 



Rkm.\rk.>< 



8. 

H. W. 

at 
F.&C. 



9. 

.2'E 

« Cu 



IM'WKT. 

Hoi.Bi'hx. 



Orkney Islands 

( ANTICK. 

Hoy Sound. 



Kirkwall. 
A^iskerry. 
Start Point. 

n. ronaldsha. 



1 F. 

1 Fl. ev. 10 s. 



1 Rev. ev. miu. 
2F. 



•ShktlaNd J<i.r)s. 

Si MBrUOH iJiCAII 



Br, ssay. 

Whai.skv 

Skekriks. 
N. I'nst. 



' 'm'e Wrath. 



SoiTH Ron A. 

Loch Ai.sii. 
Kvi.E Akin. 



OKN.^AV IsL.VNl). 



1 F. 

1 Rev. h','(f. 

1 F. 

1 Fl. .'v iO.s. 



1 F. 

1 Rev. ev. mill. 
/iV(/ ,1- W/iife 
alternately. 
1 Ri'V. ev. mill. 

1 F 



1 Rev. ev. 2 111 ill. 
/iV'/i\: 117/ /> 
alternately. 

1 Fl. ev. 12 .s. 



1 F. 



1 I'. 



Miles 
23 
13 



IC 



10 
7 



9 
If) 
18 

21 

15 

18 
21 

2;{ 

20 
11 



ilKlsniDES. 

Br rr of Lewis. I F. 

Stohnowav, i Rev. ev. .|,min. 

Lewis Ksle. I I F. 

MiiNACil Isi.ANlis' 1 Fl. ev. 10 H 



19 
12 

lA 



- 


1 F. 


Rfl. 


12 


Si'AI.rA Isi.AM). 


1 F. 




17 


IsHENI.SH, 

S. Vm. 


1 V. 


IM. 


IS 



Feet. 

7i'5 



11(> 



llo 



100 
140 

300 
10.-) 

14.-, 

23.-> 

400 
222 

.'53 

r)8 



170 

no 

27 

l.->0 
02 

L30 

170 



On the Head 
On the Head 

W. side Thiu'so 

Bay 



On the Head, 
Hoy I.-<land 

Higli light on 
X.E. jioint of 
(ireinsa IsM. ; 
IjOW light on 
N. W. point, 
1 f'„- niik'ai)art 

Pier-liead 

On the IsLiiul 

E. jHiint of 
Sanday Island 

Oil N. Point 



N. 

O ' 

.■,8 40-3 
.■|8 30-8 



.58 47 



.')8 .W-l 



On S.W. point 
of Shetlauds 

K side of en- 
trance to Ler- 
wick 

Bound Skerry 

Miiekle Fliigga, 
\. partof Isid 



X.W. jioint of 
Seotlaiid 

N.E. point of 
Island 

S.W. point, Oil- 
lean Island, W 
entranee 

On tile l.slaiKl, 
N.W. part of 
Sleat Sound 

N. point 
Arnisli Puint & 
Rock 

Shillay Island 
(one tower) 

K. point, (ilass 

Island 
H side 



.■,8 ,')9-2 
59 2 
59 10 -6 

."ig 23-2 



W. 

3 22- 
3 32- 



3 16-5 



.59 ;51 
00 0-2 

GO 2.5-4 
00 51 3 

.58 .37 -5 
57 34-7 
.57 16G 

.57 8 -0 



.58 .30-7 
58 11-5 

.57 31 -6 

57 51 4 
.57 17-9 



2 34 
2 22 "4 

2 23 -C 



1 10 

1 75 

44 

53 

4 59-7 
.5 .57 

5 44 u 

5 40 8 

10 
22-2 

7 41 

.38-5 
7 11-5 



Whitf tow.ardhPentland Frith and 
Thurso Bay till it hears N. N. E. 
Red towards Scrabster Road. 



In (•lie, S.F. 4 K. and N.W. 4 W. 
High liglit, lii'il seaward ; 
WTiiti' between S.S. E, \ E. and 
W.S. W. ; also shows towanls 
Cava, N, J W. to N.N.W. .J W. 
Low light Whitt'. 

All night from August to April. 
Proposed. 



H. M. 



Ihd from N.W. by W. .} W. 

to the north shore of Unst. 
Rounding the Scaw of Unst 
keep the 117/ (7f light always 
in sight. 



Visible round the horizon. 
Visible when bearing S. 10. by .S. 
round S. to .S.W. by \V. 



Visible when bcRring from S.W. 
to N. by H. .i E. by the North. 



10 9 



10 30 



30 



40 
5 44 



Ft. 



10 



15' 



13', 
124 



LIGHTS AND TIDBS.-BRITISH ISLANDS. 



II 





9. 


1. 


2. 


3 


4. 


5. 


6 




7. 


8. 


9. 


vv. 

t 




Name of 
Light. 


No of Lights, 
Charaotur. 8iu. 


^ 

"^ 

^ 


Height 

of Light 

ahdve 

the Sea. 


Where placed. 


Position. 


Remarks. 


H.W. 

at 
F.&C. 




Lat. 


Long. 
















N. 


VV. 








M. 


Ft. 






Miles 


Feet. 




/ 


O ' 




H. M. 


Ft. 






Bauka Head. 


1 Int. via. 2^niin 
dark ^ inin. 


:rs 


(J80 


Highest )it. Ber- 
iiera Ishuul ; S. 


5G 47-1 


7 39-1 














1 llov. tv. Ill in. 


18 


,.« 


pt. of Hebrides 
On the R<iuk 


56 194 


7 6-5 


W.S.W. from Tyree Is. distant 






Skerkvvoke 






« 
















12 miles. 










AliDNAMUIU.IlAN 


IF. 


18 


KSO 


On the Point 


56 43 6 


6 13-5 


Vis. when Ijearing from S.W. by 
W. i W. to N. E. by N. by the S. 










Sound ofMili,. 


1 F. 


12 


iio 


Riina (ial Rouk, 


56 .'{8 


6 4 Rnl Northward towanls the sea ; 


















50 yards sea- 






Green towards the New, Red, 


















ward of H.W. 






an<l Stirk Rocks ; iV/iife towards 
















1 


mark 






Mull Sound. 










LiSMOKE. 


1 F. 


15 


io;{ 


Musdile Island 


56 27-3 


5 .36 -4 


01)scured over the land Eastward 
from it. 










CoRKAN Point. 


1 F. 


10 


'Mi I 


Loch Eil 


56 43-3 


5 14-5 7iV(; Eastward between N E. byE. 






9 


10 
















i E. and S.W. by W. llVi/^ 
Westwai'd wherever else visible 










(»ban. 


1 F. 


- 


. 


On the Pier 


56 25 


5 31 - 


5 22 


12 




i 


I'ladua or 


1 F. 


11 


42 


N. end Jura 


56 14 8 


5 40 '8 J!f'd in direction of Bogha Nuadh 








V 


PllLADUA Is. 








Sound 






Rock, U'/iife when bearing 








< 
















between S. S. W. « W. and N. N. E. 
1 E ; ma.sked between the bear- 
ings ofN.N.E. |E. andS. by W. 
} W. ; coming from S. a faint 
It. may show E. of N. N.E. \ E. 






:w 


" 


1 'rinan Canal. 
1 HON Rock, or 

S(MERiMAOII,E. 


I F. Bed. 


4 


•25 


E. Side 

On the Rock 


56 5-5 
55 52-5 


5 33 
5 50 


Buildiwj. 


4 49 


6.* 






IsLAY Sound. 


1 F. 


15 


147 


Rudha Mhail, 
N. pt. Islayl. 


.55 56-1 


6 7 5 


Slujws Bed from about S.S.W. ,^ W 
Easterly to S. .[ E. 










i» 


1 F. 


17 


128 


McArtlmr'sHd. 


55 45-8 


6 28 


]Yhlte uj) the sound, /("((Z towards 
.Jura, 
Vis. when bearing from S.S.W. 








' 


I'lHYNNSof Isi.AV 


1 Fl. ev. 5 s. 


17 


150 


Oversay Island, 


55 40 -3 


6 30-8 


















oiFS.W. pt. of 






a W. to \V. by N. 






:<() 


l;-).'. 










Islay 
















I'ort Kllcn. 


1 F. Red. 


11 


45 


(Jarraig Fadda 
Point, W. eut. 
of Harbour 


55 37-2 


6 12-7 


Greatest intensity istmthe Chan- 
nel Course or N. 4 E. bearing. 


5 


5 






Mll.l,of('ANTM(K 


1 F. 


22 


297 


S.W. Headland 
of Cantyre 


.55 18-6 


5 48 


Visible from S.S.W. •!, W. to N. 
by E. \ E. by the East. 


10 35 


4 






Sanda Isi.ank. 


1 F. lied. 


15 


1(J5 


Ship Rock 


.55 16-5 


5*34-9 


Kei)t in sight it clears Patterson 
Rock. 








• 


Davai! Island. 


1 Rev. ev. 4 min 


17 


120 


E. part 


55 257 


5 32-3 


Vis. when bearing from N. I W. 
toE. liy S. by the N. 








• 


( ■rtiTi])l)olton. 
Anlrishaig. 


1 F. 


2 


18 


Old Pier-liead 


55 25-5 


5 35-5 


Red when bearing N. W. 


11 45 


8 A 






1 F. 


4 


2.) 


Pier-head 


56 0-7 


5 26-5 


. 


11 .-)3 


9 




; 


I'l.ADOA. 


2 F. 


17 


l.'iO 


Outhelslaudotr 


55 26 


5 7 1 


In one tower. Vis. when bearing 




1 










14 


77 


S. E. lit. of Ar- 
ran Island 






fron) S. E. by E. (Northerly) to 
S. \V. by \V. 






46 


\'A'. 


('l.YI)E KlVEK. 




















44 


1-Ji 


L'UMURAi:. 


1 F. 


15 


115 


W. 8i<le Little 
(.'umbrae Is. 


55 43-3 


4 58 


- - - - 


11 50 


Id 






Toward. 


1 Rev. ev. 52 8. 


10 


70 


On the Point 


55 51*7 


4 59-3 






1 






Clouji. 


1 F. 


. 


70 


On the Point 


55 56-6 


4 52-6 












('.KKKNO(.'K. 


2 F. lied. 




40 


One mile N.N. 


55 57 


4 45 


In one, bearing W.S.W. !,' W. 


II S 


■ n 










W. of Ciiatoni- 






lead t(j the anchorage below the 








• 










house, 140 yds. 






"Tail of the Rank." 








'■ 










apart 













12 



LIGHTS AND TIDE S — HRITISI! rsT.ANDS. 



I 



NillllU of 

Liglit. 



<W;i;i;.\orK. 

I'l'it ( Glasgow. 

( 'ardross. 
Ii')wling B.'iv. 



2. 



Nil. (if Lights, 
CluiracttT, &c. 



4. 

Hoiglit 

.f Light 

ahove 

the .Sua. 



Where jilaced. 



6. 

I'o.sitioii. 
Lat. ; Long. 



I !•'. 



1 F. 



Urnoinielaw. 



Anh'ossaii. 
Salteiiats. 
I'loiiu Harliiiur. 

Ayr Ilarlniui'. 

LiM II IJVAN. 
( uU.-'t'.VALL. 

I'uit Patrieli. 



1 F. Hv.l. 
1 F. 

1 F. n,ii. 



1 F. 

1 F. I!o,l. 

i'f. 

I Ilev ev. mill. 
40 .<. bright, 
eeli[)t:eil 'li) s. 
1 F. E<'l. 
\i F. I 1)7/ /C. 
1 AV,/. 
I KhI. 
1 F. 

1 Rev. ev. 2 mill 
;?"/& Whlk' 
alternately 
1 F. 



Miles 


FY-et. 


4 


2(i 


3 


18 


4 


2'1 


2 


V2 




•->() 



.Mil. I. OK (JaLLO 
WAV. 

Lutm;' Ros-s. 

•Siiiitheriie.ss, 
.\iiiian River. 

i'ort Carli.sle. 
Skiiildirneiss <ir 

< 'ott. 
i-er Sear. 
••^"Iway Lt. Ves. 

-Maiyjiiirt. 



N\ orkiiigtoii. . 



1 Int. vi.s. 2.^ mill 

dark jj iiiiii, 
I Fl. ev. .-) s. 

1 F. 
1 F. 

1 F 

1 F. I{.;l. 

1 F. 

1 F. /;<//. 

I 

1 F. 

1 F. R,il. { 

1 F. (!ri'f)i. 
2F. 




<» 


10 

4 
10 
1.-) 



ar) 



O.) 

12 

4^; 

112 



Quay in front of 
Custom-house 
On W. Quay 

On Pil'ar Bank 
E, eiitranee of 

Bowling Harb. 
Donald's Quay, 

200 feet fro'iii 

the end 



End of Break- 
water 

On the arm of 
Pier 

Inner end of Pier 



N. 



5.) SO -2 



Rk.mahk.s. 



8 

M. \V. 

at 
F. .ItC. 



9. 



O SB 



\v. 



4 14 Also a .■filial! A'c/ It. .shows the 
entrance of the Port. 



There are aLso 3 While ligiits 
between Port (ilasgow and 
Bowling Bay, to be left to star- 
board going up the river. 



H. M. 



18 



.-i!) 



f).-) .SS-4 4 49-.-) 



Co 37'9 

5.") ;<;i 



2.'? 
18 
II 




tj 

12 
12 



II 



32o 

i-r. 

.-iO 

40 

2.") 
2.") 



Pier-head 

Beaeh, in one or) 28 '.'J 

tower 
N. Pier 

Cairn Ryan Pt. [A 57 7 
On tlie Point, o't 0") 

W. side entr. 

to Loeh Ryan 
•S.E. angle of ■ .■)4 SOv"} 

Harbour. l.'iO 

yards within 

Outer Light- 

hoii.se whiehis 

not lighted 
.S. Point 



.-.3 



< Ml the Island 

On the Point, 
liarnkirk, or 
Annan Foot 
Pier-lir.ad 
Near .Sillotli 

On the Ro. i , 
Robin Rigj,'( hii. 
in 4A t.'ithoms 
Outer Pier 
Iiiiierstoiii' Pier 
Jetty nil .S. side 

N. Tongue 

Ends of .John & 
\V(iodin Piers 
Il0yd,s. ajiart 



.")4 38 I 

5-t 40 

54 .-.2 4 

54 .■)7-7 

r.t .-.: 

54 52-5 

.")4 .-.2 

54 48 

54 43 



")4 39 



4 47 3 
4 41 

4 .38-4 

5 2 

5 !)-5 

5 7 



Al.so a Rfil light for the fairw.ay. 
N.E. 4 N. an<l S.W. .^ .S. 



Shown with 8 feet tui the bar. 
Leads to Anchorage in Loeh. 
Visible when bearing from N.E 
.•^outh-easterly to S.W. by W. 



4 51 3 
4 5 
3 .35 -5 

3 ir. 

3 II 
."{ 2.3 



\'isiblf when be Mriiii: from S.W. 

toS.E. iE. 
Visible from S. by W. to S.E. by 

E. ( North, rly) ' 

From half Hood to half .bii. 

Tide liu'lit. 



3 2,S A Hell. 
3 .32 A iiell. 



3 30-3 



3 .35 



1 1 45 



I I 50 



1 1 .50 



I I 12 



II 10 



S^ 



II 



1 1 15 



I I 20 

I I 5() 

12 10 



15 



28 
20 

20 



.shown wliilr S ft. \\,it( r. 

On starboaril .sidi' on inttiing, 

also the two otln'rs. 
On Port Hand. 
While 8 ft. Wfitir. 



II 3 



18 



II 4 



20 



I. line R; 
Wyre R 

FllH'lWO 

llll'lile 



5 

i 



LIGHTS AND TIDES— BRITISH ISLANDS. 



1.1 





9. 


V. 


O 50 


M. 


hi. 


18 


<) 




. 


;{0 


!t 


4,-) 


10 



10 



II 



IT) 



■2S 
•20 

I'd 



IS 



•JO 



1. 


2 


3. 


4. 


5. 




6 




7- 


8 




9. 


N.'iiiu- .if 


No. of Liglits, 
Character, &f. 


-t-»* 

> 


Height 
of Light 

above 
the Sea. 


Where jilaced. 




Position. 


Uemahks. 


H. W. 

at 
F. &C. 


11 


Light. 


Lat. 


Long. 


«l 












N. 


\v. 














Miles 


Feet. 







' 


o / 




H. 


M. 


Ft. 


Ihiiriugtmi. 


1 !•. 


11 


44 


Stone Fier-head 


."34 


37 


3 34 


While 8 ft. water. 


11 


5 


26 


W liitehaven. 


1 Rt'v. I'V 'l mill. 


11 


47 


W. I'ier-head 


54 33 


3 30 


\ Indieate the outer entrance. 


11 


14 


23i 


, « 


1 F. r;r<!e;i. 


- 




\. I'iei'-hcad 








i 








•' 


1 V. Red. 


- 




Old Quay 








While i» ft. water in entrance. 








St. Hees. 


1 K. 


•2.> 


.'i:j;j 


On tlie Head 


54 


30-8 


3 3S 










Isi.K OF Man. 




A N If E. 


1 Ulv. cv. •J mill, 
/i-tv/ .t Whit,'. 


lo 


kk; 


i mile S.W. of 
the I'oilit 


r.4 


•24-i) 


4 22 


Visible' from N. by E. , round by 
West and .South to E. by S. 


11 


7 


20 


I'ful. 


1 F. 


8 


21 


E. side of entr. 


,54 


VA 


4 42 




11 


« 


Uii 


Calk ov iMas. 


"2 Hov. t'v, '2iiiin. 


•24 
'22 


;<7.") 

282 


W. side Calf L 
187 yds. ajiart. 


C4 


3 


4 50 


N. E. i E. and S. W. ^ W. In one 
they lead on the Chicken Kock 
to the Southward. 


11 


17 


161 


I'ort St. Mary. 


1 F. 


<J 


2.-) 


I'ier-head 


.Vl 


4 


4 44 


- 


11 


10 


20 


( "astlutowii. 


1 F. Red. 


8 


;i2 


New I'ier-head 


:a 


5 


4 39 


. 


11 


10 


'20 


Dtrhy Havon. 


\ V. 
1 [-. 


(i 
• > 


."iO 
14 


Fort Is. cutran. 

of Harbour 
S.VV. end of 

Breakwater 


54 


5 


4 3!; 


Visible from N. by E. to .S. by \\ . 
by the Westward. 








iWnuLA.s. 


1 V. 


14 


104 


On tlie Heuil 


54 


9 


4-28 


Not visible from Lang Ness ; but 
with 3 miles oiling will be seen 
N. V:. 1 E ; the Calf It. at same 
lime N.W. by W. 1 W. 


1' 


12 


•20| 




1 F. 


(> 


.S4 


N. I'ier-liead 


54 


10 


4 28 










llaiiisey. 


I V. H,,l. 


4 


28 


S. I'ier-head 


54 


20 


4 2:! 


- 


11 


12 


191 


Haliuiiia UaiiU 


■2 F. 


10 


F 20 


Oneinili'olfS. F. 


54 


•20 


4 12 


(Iciiig. (Jan. 








liiglit Wbi.scl. 






M ;)3 


tail of fshoal, in 
























1 1 fathoms 
















MouEiAMHE Bay 






















WU-NEV. 


1 lU-v. 

1 F. A'.,/ (tidal) 


i;f 


70 


S. |iart Ualney 
Inland 


54 


2-1) 


3 lO.- 


.N.W. bv W. 4 W., and S.E. by 
i;. ^ H. .Also a /.'((/ light on 
till Itailway Viaduct over the 
Li'veii estuary shows se.-uvard. 








.MoiUM A.\fltEHAY 


1 llfv. >-y. .W .^. 
Red. 


10 


:is 


Lt. \es., ill 12 
fathoms 


5;{ 


54 


3 ;;i 










t » 


I F. 


8 


48 


I'oulton, N. end 
of .Stone Pier 


54 


4-3 


2 :yl-:'> 




11 


2t) 


'^7i 


.1 


1 1'. Red. 


T) 


;^o 


Lt. \'es. between 
Yeoman and 
Clark Wliart 
Sjiits, ill -I fniti. 


54 


1-3 


3 










l.imo River. 


'IF. 




20 


Cookeiham 
I'rom.&riover 
Scar Itock, 834 
yards fqiart 


'^•^ 


50 


2 53 


Shown while 8 feil water. 








Wyre Itivcr 


1 I". 


10 


.•',0 


N.l']. elbow of 
N. Whf. Bank 


53 


57-2 


;{ 1 -8 


.\ Bell. 


11 


11 


27 


i'lfclWlK.cl. 


•2 F. 


i;{ 


i»0 
ItO 


In the Town 
On F>plaiiade 


53 


.-.5(i 


:! 1 


shnwii « hilr '.1 It. ill the Channel, 


11 


12 


2.],^ 


ItiMilr liivi r. 


1 lilt. vi>.. .'ii 
mill, celiiifft'd 
•i mill. 


12 


SI 


S v.. of Stauuer 
j)t., N. side of 
entrance 


53 


4t() 


;? 1 •;! 


X'isiliie ail loinid from the 
lllackpool to the Soiithiiort 
.shores 


10 


51 


2t 


»♦ 


1 F. 






Lythani 


.'.3 


4^12 


2 5S-5 


Not during sumiiu'r. 









u 



LIGHTS AND TIDES.-HRITISH ISLANDS. 



f 



I 



Name of 
Light. 



No. of I,iglit.s, 
Character, &c. 



:5 



Heiglit 
ofl-ight 

above 
the Sea. 



Kuncori). 



Woodside Ferry. 
Ut. OrmeHf.aI). 



Entrance to 

Mekskv&Dke 
FORMBY Lt. Ves 



Crosby. 
Crosby Lt. Ves. 

Rock. 

Leasowe. 

BiDSTON. 

Hoy lake. 



Liverpool N.W, 
Light Ship. 



Aiu. 

Menai. 
Beaumaris. 

LVNU.S. 

Amlwch Port 

SKKItK]E.S. 



1 F. 



1 F. 
1 F. 



1 F. Nrd. 



I F. 
I F. 



1 Rev. ov. luiu. 

{]Vhill'& ll<!,l.) 

1 F. 



1 F. 
2F. 



Mile 



VI 

8 

14 



1 Rev. 



1 F. 



ev. mm. 



Holyhead. 



1 F. Red. 
J F. /,•/•,/. 
1 Fl.sh. vis. <S 
obscured '1 .s. 
1 V. 

1 F. 



I F. 

1 F. 

1 F. /.',,/. 

3 F. (Jreen. 



23 
13 
11 



11 



9 
IG 

9 
10 

11 



Feet. 
32,j 

30 

9") 
29 

01 

94 

228 
55 
31 

33 

42 

Gl 
128 

2(i 
117 

44 



40 



Where placed. 



6. 

Position. 
Lat. Long. 



Rkmajkk.s. 



N. 



Bridgewater & 
ohl Quay Dks 



N. i)t , Steep 

ciitr 



Elljowoi" Crosby 
aiid Queen's 

Cliannelsin2,") 

feet 
Near C^'rosby [it 
N.K. elbow of 

(it.Biu-boBank 

in 44 feet 
On the Point, 

W sideofentr 

of the Mersey 
On the shore 

between the 

Mersey & Dee 
Bidston Hill 
Near the Chnrch 



\V. extreme of 
3 and 4 fm. 
tongue ; moor- 
. 1 in Gi fms. 

On tlie 1' .int, 
L.W. uiurk. 

Trwyn-Uu Pt 

On Pier 

On the Point 

N. Pier 

Highest Island 



Old Pierdiead 



End of Wooden 

Jetty, old Har. 

New Brkwater. 

Upper edge of 
the Coffer Dam 



53 20 -G 

53 31-7 

53 31-4 

53 30-7 

I 

53 2G-7 ' 
53 24-8 



53 24 
53 23-7 



53 29-5 



W. 



53 18-8 
53 2.") 
53 25 
.^'l 25-3 

53 20 



3 52 



3 10-8 



3 3-4 
3 t)-9 



3 24 



White light denotes a clear road ; 
(Irceii, no entrance ; und Heil, 
gates are closed. 

ll7atefroni S.E. by E. 3 E. round 
by S. to West ; Rid from W . 
to W. j' N. 



A Bill. 



8. 


9 


H. W. 


"^ft, 


at 


s-= 


F. & C. 


03 =- 




A 


H. M. 


Ft. 



3 44 
3 10-7 



3 20 



4 2-3 

4 17-3 
4 20 
4 3G-4 

4 37 



A F. While It. shows down t^' 
Rock Cljanneland uj) the Biver 
while U feet water. Bell. 

Bell. 



In one. S. W. by S. Approaching 
high light from W. it aj)j)ear8 
suddpnly when bearing about 
S.S. E. ; also low light when 
bearing about S. 

Bell and (ioug. Blue light every 
two hours. 



White from N. W. to W. , ami from 
E. by S. 1 S. to S. by E. Red 
within the Hoyie Sand. 



Not shown wlien vessels cannot 
enter. 

Also a lied light 50 feet lower, 
bearing between W. ^ N. and 
W. by N. { N., to cover Ethel 
and Coal Rock ; dark towards 
East Platters Rock. 

And also a Redlt. between S.W. 
and S.S.W. only, for clearing 
the Platters. A Bell and Signal 
(lUns. 



Entering or leaving, keej) J cable 
eastward of light. A Gong. 



10 35 



1 1 20 



10 54 

10 .{2 
10 .30 



10 II 



2M 



2G 



21.', 



18 



IG 



MACK. 



I HUT.STOI, C 

.Sr. .Vnn'is. 



MlMBLE,'< 

Swansea. 



Caidill. 



<&|^ 



LIGHTS AND TIDE S.— BRITISH ISLANDS. 



U 





9. 


L* 


•^ '/.' 




•- ti. 




s-= 






L. 


OS — 




r. 


M. 


Ft. 



•JK 



•_'t; 



21.', 



18 



1. 

Name of 
r.ight. 



2. 

No. of Liglits, 
Character, fm. 



-&• 



.M'.\('K. 



( aernarvon . 

li.v HUSKY. 

.Mii'rystwith 


1 F. lief/. 
1 F. 

i V. 
2F, 


( 'ardigan Bay 
f.ight Vessel. 
South Bi.shof. 
Smalls. 


Rev. ev. 30 s 

Rtd. 
1 Lev, ev. 20 s 
1 F. 



linLSTOL Chan. 
Sr, .Vnn'ss. 



1 Rev. ev. 2 mill. 



Milfonl Haven. 

<\VI,I)V. 

'IVnihy. 

Saundersl'oot. 
IVinhrey Har. 

Hurry PorL. 
I.laiiellv. 



I Hri.WH'K Lt. V 

Mr MULES. 

Swansea. 



2 F. 



SCARWKATHF.It 
Ligllt W'KSel. 

Nash. 



Canlitl. 



2 F. Reel. ■ 

1 F. 

1 F. R<"/. 

1 F. Ri'd. 

1 F. 

1 F. 

1 F. 

1 IN'V. rv. mil). 



1 F. 

1 F. A'.'/. 

2 F. Vertical. 



2 F. Horizontal 



I F. 

1 Hev. e\ . 20 .s. 

R>d. 
2F. 



Miles 
>0 



17 



18 
1.5 



20 
18 



3 
20 

3 

i) 



10 



1") 
1) 



4. 

Height 

of Light 

ahove 
the iSca. 



Where placed. 



I 1" 



10 

lit 
17 



Feet. 
201 



50 
120 

24 

144 
115 



102 
l.M» 



210 

14 
15 
35 

3() 

30 

38 



114 

28 



3S 

K'.T 
122 



6. 

Position. 
Lat. I Long. 



7. 
Rkmarks. 



S Stack Rock, 
off the N.W. 
pt. of Holy- 
head Island 
Llanddwyn Is. 
On I'ier-head 
On the Island 
Kntraricc of 
Harljour 

In 26 fathoms 

On the Rock 
On the Rock 



On Point, Mil- 
ford Haven, 
203 yds. apart 



Dockyard 

On Island, >S. 
part 

Pier-head 

.S. Pier-head 

Entrance Burry 
Kiver 

S end of Break- 
water 

Whiteford pt. 

Off W. end of 
Sand in 1G.\ 
fathom.^ 

On the Island 

S. Dock W. Pier- 
head 

S. Dock entr. 



N. Dock entr. 



New Cut Bridge 

Western Kdge 
in 15 fathoms 

On Llu^ Point, 
333 yds. apart 



On the Pier 



N. 

/ 

53 18 

53 8 

52 45 
52 25 

52 22-5 

51 51 
5! 43-3 

51 41 



W. 

O / 

4 42 

4 24-7 

4 48 
4 5 

4 54 

5 25 

5 40-1 

5 10 4 



In [ilace of this a smaller It. rev. 
in 1 ,^ niin., 40 feet high, is shown 
during foggy weatker 30 yards 
N. of the main liffhtho. Bell. 



Red to vessels coming from S. and 
W. ; White to those coming 
from N.W. and N.E. 



Gong. 



In one, tht^y lead clear of (jrow 
and Toes Rocks, outside the 
(.'row and inside the Turbot 
Bank. A Red strip shows from 
high lighthouse over Chapel 
and Harbour Rocks, between 
N.W. \ N. and W. i N. 



51 .37-9 1 4 40 fl 



51 43 
51 41 

51 40 



51 31 

51 ,34 

51 37 



51 28 
51 24 

5'- 28 



Only at Tide time. 
4 42 While 8 feet water. 

4 15 1 While 10 feet water. 

I 

4 10-4 I From hali flood until fiuarterebb. 

From halt' flood until halt' dih. 
4 24 Gong. »Jun. 



3 58-2 
3 5{; 



3 54 
.3 33 

3 10 



While 8 It. water between piers. 

Shown when gates are ojien. Also 
two Red lights when passage is 
ohstructed, and two Green Its. 
foi' passage clear. 

Siiown when g.ates are open. Also 
two Rill lights for passage ob- 
structed, and two (Ireen lights 
for passage clear. 

Rid when bridge is closed. Green. 
when o]>eu. 



In one. S.F. bv K. [ E. and N.W 
by W. \ \\.\ they lead a cable's 
length S. of the E. end of Nash 
Sand. 

I'liddinij. 



8. 

H. W. 

at 
F.&C. 



H. M. 



9 33 
7 40 
7 31 



5 56 



6 

6 

6 1 

6 16 



() 25 



6 59 



9. 



Ft. 



15 

13^ 

12 
21 
24 



251 



33 



:!.S 



M 



LIGHTS AND TIDES. lUUTlSJI INLANDS. 



Name of 
Light. 



UsK. 

New Passagf. 

Kl-ATHOLM. 



2 

No. ot Liglits, 
CliaractiT, &c. 



2 F. 



I F. 



White, 
lied. 



3. 


i 4. 




1 Hi-ight 
Jot' Light 




aliovo 

Itlic Sea. 

1 



W'huiv iihic'cd. 



6. 

1'o.sitioii. 



Lat. 



Long. 



Enoli.S!! and 1 Rev. ev. min. 
Wki^shOroinds 
Light N'ossi'l. I 
Avon. I F. 



Bkiix; i:\v.\TKK, 
or Burnhani. 

V/atchtt Haibr. 
Ufracombe. 

Bidefoi-d. 



Lt NDV. 



Tkkvose f[K.\r). 

GODREVY. 

Hayle. 
St. Ives. 

IRELAND. 

Fastnkt. 

Kl.NSAl.E. 



CoKK HaRBOI'H, 

or Qleen.stow.n 



2 U]iporInt. vis, 
3^ mill., ohsc, 
^ mill. Low It. I* 

1 F. Tide Lt. 

1 I'\ L'ed. 

2F. 

2- I'pper Rev. 
ov. 2 111 Low F. 

2 F. 



; Fish. ev. 10 s. 

2F. 

1 F. 

1 Rev. cv. 2 mill, 
1 F. 

1 F. 

1 Rev. ev. mill. 
R<d. 

I F. Hid. 

1 F. Iiri(jhl Jied 

1 F. Oreen. 



Mile.s 
II 



18 
10 

i3 

1.5 

1» 
3 

14 
11 
.Si 



;■() 

17 



I.-) 
G 



Feet. 
2!» 



l.-)(! 

38 

73 

23 

24 

1(10 

!t3 
44 

470 

204 
129 

120 

80 
59 
23 



A\' niile entrance 



51 32 



On the Island, 51 22 f) 

.S ]i(iiiit 
S. .side Bristol 51 2(i-,") 

CliMiinel in 5 

fathoms 
E. biiU' of t ntr. 



E. side I'litraiiee 
of HiverParrett 

W Pier 
Lantern Hill, 
N.. side of Harl) 

ni'-iuntoii Hands, 
N. side of River 

On the ridge of 
the Island 



AV. 

O / 

3 

3 1 
2 08 




r,i .30 [ i -I'l 



,")! 15 

51 13 
51 4 
51 101 



3 

4 7 
4 12 

4 40-2 



18 


148 


21 


230 


14 


1)8 


8 


«J8 


5 


32 


3 


24 


- 


- . 



On N.W. part, 50 32-9 

Low It. 50 ft. 

in advance of 

liigli one 
< 'ii tlie Island 



(Jn Lelant Hand 
Hill.s 

On Fiei-head 



On the summit 
of tin' roek 

On the .»<. pt,. 
Old H.ad 

Fort I'harles, 
K. sideof llarb. 

Roche Pt., E. 
side of eiitr. 

E. Elbow of Spit 
Bank in 9 feet 
(on screw piles) 

Lough Mahon, 
iiti' .\leelougli 
Bank, lOO ft. 
from Channel 

S.E. of Black 
Rock Castle. 
7 cables 



50 14 

50 11-5 
50 12 

51 23-3 
51 3(>-2 

51 41-8 
51 47-5 

51 .507 



5 24 
5 20 
5 28 

9 3t)-4 
8 32 

8 29 N 
8 15-2 

8 lfi-4 



Leads to Newport ; there is also 
another Ucd It. showing iij. the 
river. 

'■•veial lights (in Bailway Pier 
and Charstone Roek. 



Ooiig. Cun. 

Also a Red light to mark the 
entrance to Swatch way, heariiiL' 
S.E. ', >S 

In one, E. by ,S. ^ .S. and W. by 

N. i N. ^ 

Proposed. 

From iNIichaelma.s t.. Lady-d;iy. 

From half Hood to half ebb ; in 
one, S. K. \ S. Ie;id over i)ar. 

7'lie low It. is only visible from 
the Westward, between ,S..S.E. 

.. and E. N. E. ( i uii prujjostd. 



Also a Hid It. 27 ft. below Fl. It. 

to clear the .Stones. 
While 12 ft. water ; and in one, 

lead into the Channel. 
.Shown while 10 ft. water, and 

only from Ist September to 

30th April. 



White to seaward, R(d towards 
Horse Rock in Courtmacsherrv 
Bay. 



White towards Harbour, and a 
White b\ It. to cover Daunt's 
Rock. A Fog-bell. 

Visible fnmi N.N.E. 4 E. to ,S.E. 
by E. 4 E. round l)y the East- 
ward. 



(i .^4 



37 



tj .')() 

5 42 

7 

5 15 

5 (I 



35 



4 44 

4 
4 43 



II A 



5 1 



11^ 



.1 

Nam< 

Ligh 



I;ai.i.V('oi 
Youghal. 

MiNEHKA 

Diiiigarva 



Water Fo 



N \ I,TEK.S Ty 
TrsKAK. 



Black w 

Bank L 
Akklow 

Wk'ki.owI 
Sw.\.sii. 



WicklowI 

I>riti.iN b| 
Kisii Lt 



Kiiig,sto\J 



PoOLBK.O.I 



Hailkv. 

Howth. 
BalbriggJ 



LIGHTS AND TIDES.— BRITISH ISLANDH. 



• u 



Ft. 

;<8 



Hi 



11- 



Naine of 
Light. 



2. 

No. of Lights, 
Character, &c. 



^ 
'« 



llAI.LVl'OlTIN. 

Ydughal. 

MlNKHKAD. 

Diiii^arvan. 



Water FORD. 



>>M.TEKS Lt. Ves. 
Tl'SKAK. 



Black WATER 

Bank Lt. Ves 
\RKLOwLt. Ves, 

WiCKLOW 

Swash. 



WiCKLOW. 

l>i Bi.iN Bay. 
Kisii Lt N'es. 



King.stown. 



I'dOLBEG. 



I^au.ky. 
Mowth. 



Krtibriggan. 



1 Fl. ev. 10 s. 

1 F. 

1 Int., bright 
508. dark 10 s. 
1 F. 



1 F. 

1 F. Rf<{. 

2 P. Vertical. 
1 F. 

•2 F. 

1 Rev. ev. 2miu. 

1 F. 

1 Rev. ev. 4 min. 

1 F. Red. 

1 F. 

I Rev. ev. min. 



1 Rev. ev. 4 mill. 
Jiedk White 

1 F. lied, 

2 F. 



1 V. 

\ V. 
1 F. 

1 F. Red. 

1 F. 



Miles 
18 


21 

10 



16 

10 
10 



10 

8 
15 



9 

10 

9 

IC 
10 



2 
12 



10 

15 
11 
!0 



4. 

Height 

of Light 

above 

the Sea. 



Where placed. 



6. 

Position. 



Lat. 



Long. 



7. 



Hkmarks. 



8. 

H. W. 

at 
F.&C. 



9. 



Feet. 
195 

78 
285 



152 
44 

53 
128 



M 38 

F 28 

101 



M 33 
M 39 

38 

121 

36 
41 

3t) 

08 

29 

134 
43 
12 



On outer Island 

W. side of entr. 
S. side of Head 

Ballinacourty • 
pt., N. entr. 



Hook Tower, E. 
side of entr. 

Duumore Pier- 
head, W. side 
of entrance 

Diincannon Fort 

E. side of Chan. 

Duneannon N. , 
imiieN.N.E. 
I E. of the Fort 

Otf Coiiingbeg 
Rockin32fms 

On the Rock 



N.E.part, in 19 
fathoms 

S. end of Bank 
in 22 fathoms 

S.E. by E. i E., 
8 miles from 
WicklowHead 
in 12 fathoms 

On the Head 



Off N. pt. of 
Kiah Bank, in 
10 fathoD's 

Centre of E. 
Pier-head 

W. Pier-head 
End of S. Wall, 

entrance to K. 

Liffey 
(1 Tower) 
Near E. extreme 

of N. Wall 

S.E. pt.,Howth 

Peninsula 
E. Pier-head 

Pier, S. side of 
entrance 



N. 

/ 


51 


49-5 


51 

51 


66 
59 G 


62 


4-4 


52 


74 


52 


9 


52 


132 


52 


2-4 


52 


121 


52 29-5 


52 42 


52 57.7 


52 57-8 


53 


19 


53 


18 



53 20-5 



53 21 



53 21-7 



53 24 



53 36 7 



W. 

o / 

7 59 

7 50-6 
7 35 2 

7 33 1 



e .55-9 
6 59-5 

6 56 

6 40 
6 12-3 

7 
6 

5 47 

6 01 

5 56-3 

6 8 

6 93 

6 14 

6 3-3 
6 4 
6 11 



Seen from W. { S. round North 
to E. .^ S. A Fog-l)ell. 

Open seaward to S.W. by S. 

Vi.sible from E. by N. 4 N. to 
W. 3 S. 

Green in the direction of the rocks, 
extending from Ballinacourty 
I)t. Red in the direction of 
Carrickapane Rock, In all 
other directions While. 

Fog-bells. 

To N. of the Pier White. 



liower light tidal. 

In one with light in Duneannon 
Fort leads over bar. 

Gong. 

Two faces White, one Red. Red 
light visible every 6th minute, 
seen 10 miles. Fog-bell. 

Gong. 

Gong. 



H. M. 

4 54 

5 14 



5 12 



Gong. Gun. 



Not visible from S. until it bears 
N.W. 4 N., which clears the 
Muglin Rocks. Fog-bell. 

Low light much fainter than the 
Upper, and only shown from 
half flood to haK ebb. Fog-bell. 

A ray of Red shows to the S. of 
the It. across the River 

Fog-bell. 



5 20 



5 40 



10 29 



11 
10 



O so 

.H 



9 
40 



Ft. 
12 

12'^ 



m 



m 



11 12 13 



13 
11 



18 



LIGHTS AND TIDES.-BR1TI8H ISJ.ANDS. 



"3 I 
I 



. 1 



Nanif of 
Light. 



2. 

Nil. of Ivii^hts, 
Character, &c. 



Heiglit 

.f Light 

above 

the Sea, 



ROI'KABTI.I,. 

Droglieda. 

Dundalk. 

Carlingford. 

tf 
DCNDRUM BaV. 

Ardglass. 
South Hock. 
Douaghadee 
Harbour. 

t'OPELAND. 

Belfast Bay. 



Lame Lough. 
Maidens. 

Ratuli.n. 



Lough Foylk. 
Inishowf.n. 



Warren Point. 
Near Red Castle 

Wliite Castle. 
Ture. 

Cutinyberry. 

Culniore. 
Culk<'i'ragli. 
Boom Hall. 
Rosse Bay Lt. V 
Near Rock Mill. 



IFl. ev. 128. 
3 F. 

1 Fl. ev. 15 8. 
2F. 

2 F. 

1 Rev. ev. 45 s. 
1 Int. I?etl 4") H. 
Dark los, 
1 F. /i,(l. 
1 Rev.ev. I^niin 
1 F. 

1 F. 

1 F. 7?«/. 



Miles 
18 



G to 7 
» 

15 

9 
12 

G 
12 
12 



10 



1 F. 

2 F. 

2— Upper, Int. 
Bright TjO s. 
Dark 1(» s. 
Lower, F. 



11 
14 

i:j 

21 



Inmstrahul. 



1 F. R,'(f. 
1 F. 

1 F. 
1 F. 



1 F. 

1 F. 
1 F. 
1 F. 
1 F. 
I F. 

1 Rev, 



Red. 



Red. 



ev. "J mm. 



each. 



18 



Feet. 
148 



27 
40 
23 
33 



104 

29 

G2 

IS 
52 

m 

131 
27 



42 

E. 9.-) 

W. 82 

243 

1S2 



(!7 
each. 

30 
25 

26 
25 



45 
50 
12 
20 
15 

181 



Where jilaced. 



6. 

Position. 
Lat. Long. 



On the summit 
of the larger 
Rock 

Sandhills, Sside 
River Boyue. 

Entr. of Chan. 



Haulbowline 

Rock ( 1 tower) 
(ireenore Pt. 
St. John's Pt. 

Head of Harb. 
On the Rock 
S.E. Pier- head 



Small Coj)eland 

Island 
HoUj'Avood Bank 



Farres Pt. 

On the Rocks, 

800 yds. apart 
AltacorryHead, 

N.E. point of 

Island 



Dunagree Pt. , 

E. and W. 153 

yards 
On the Point 
OuttT edge of 

Ridge shoal 
E. side of Chan. 
Onthe flats, S.E 

side of Chan. 

Flats, N.W. side 
of Chaniii'l 

On the Point 

E. side of er.tr, 



N.E. part of I. 



N. 
53 35-7 

53 4;{ 

53 587 

-A 1 

'A 19 

54 13 2 

rA 15-2 
54 23-9 
54 38-7 

54 41-7 
54 39 



54 51 

54 55-8 
W. Light 

55 18-2 



55 13-() 



W. 

O / 

G 05 
G 15 
G 18 

{> 5 

(i 7-9 

5 40 

6 36-8 
5 25 1 
5 32 

5 32 

5 53 



7. 
Remarks. 



8. 


9. I 


H. W. 


"3 ^ 


at 


s.g 


F.&C. 





5 48 

5 44-3 

6 10-7 



I17((> flash between N. ^ W. and 
S.W. by S., and ReAl between 
same bearings towanls the land 

The E. ami W. lights in one lead 
over the bar ; and when the N. 
light opens, steer for it. 

Also 8 beacon lights from the 

Bar to the Quay. 
Lower It. from half flowl to half 

ebb. Fog-bell. 



Fog-bell. 

R>'d seaward, White towanls the 

Harbour and entrance of Belfast 

Bay. 

Fog-bell. 

Also a Green light on Hollywootl 
Bank, and 3 more Oreen lights 
towards Belfast— to be left on 
port side in going -.ip. Also a 
Redh. 13 feet high S.W. of the 
Stone Beacon— to be left 
starboard side. 



on 



6 55 -G 



N.W. by W. and S.E. by E. Fog- 
bell. 

F. It. not visible to W. of island, 
and within 10 miles appears as 
a separate It. Also a Red It. 
towards < Jarrickvanan Rock. 
Fog-bell proixjsed. 

The following 11 Its. only shown 
from October to May. 



Visible from E. by N. to W, h S. 



56 25-9 I 7 13-C 



H. M. 

II 

10 5G 

11 10 



11 

10 58 



10 43 



10 48 
10 43 



20 



Ft. 
llil 

m 

14 



IG 
13 



9.', 



G!? 



G,i 






Si.ino. 



9 



LIQHTS AND TIDES.-BRITISH ISLANDS. 



19 





9. 


w. 


U.H f£ 


; 


^•1 


;C. 




M. 


Ft. 





lU 


no 


1.31 


10 


14 



1() 
1.} 



9,'. 



i\i 



Oi 



"f 



1. 


2. 


3 


4. 


6. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


Niiinc of 


No. of Light.**, 
Character, 8tc. 




Height 

ot Light 

alH't^e 


Where placed. 


Position. 


Remarks. 


H. W. 

. at 

1,1 0_ i 1 


■c|o 


Light. 






.;£ n 






3 


the Sea. 




Lat. 


Long. 




I'. 1 


\,Vj. 


«=r 












N. 


W. 














Miles 


Feet. 




/ 


o » 




H. 


M. 


Ft. 


Loi'Oll SWILI.Y. 


1 F. Re,/. 


14 


91 


Fanad Point 


55 1(>'5 


7 37 9 


Towards the Lough While. 








'I'oKV Imlanp. 


1 F. 


ir> 


I.'IO 


\.\V. Point 


55 10 4 


8 15 


To vessels iiassing S. E. of the 
Island it is not visible between 
N.W. byN. and N.W. ^ W. 








Aianinorc Island 


1 FIsIl uv. 20 8. 


18 


23.{ 


N.W. Point 


55 9 


8 33-8 


IF /((Ve seaward; h'lil wlienbearing 
betweer .S. W. by W. ij W. and 










































W. ^ S. 








liATin.IN-O- 


1 F. 


Ki 


IKi 


Oil the Inland 


.54 .39 -8 


8 49-9 


lieil towards the mainland, and 








BlRNK. 














Sound eastward of island. 








KlI.LYHKiJ.S. 


I F. 


14 


08 


St. .John's Pt. 


54 .34 1 


8 27-5 


. 


5 


10 


Hi 


M 


I F. 


12 


(>(i 


Ilotten island 


.-)4 .30 -8 


8 20 4 










Sl.IfiO. 


1 F. 


13 


79 


Black Rock 


.54 18 


8 37 












•2F. 


11 


10 
49 


Oyster Island, 
105 yds. ai)art 


54 18-1 

N. 


8 ;i4i 

Lt. 


After passing the Bar, lights in 
oiu^ clear the Bun (Jar Bank, 
and lead to entrance of Har- 
bour, or u]> to Metal Man 
Beacon. 


5 


23 


11 ;, 


Broadhaven. 


1 F. 


12 


87 


(iiiliaeashel Pt., 
W. side, entr. 


54 l() 


9 r>:i 


U'/iltc, seaward and towards E. 
side of Haven ; Jicd when 
seen from W. side of Harbour. 


5 





lOJ. 


Kaule. 


2 V 


20 


220 


liiigXc Rock, E. 
byN. andW. 
byS., 132 yds. 


.54 17 


10 5-5 


Ill one, they lead clear of all 
dangers between Blacksod Bay 
and Broadhaven, and also the 
Stags. 








Black Rock. 


I Rev. ev. .^min 


22 


283 


Western extreme 


54 4 2 


10 19 3 


W'/iilr seaward and lied towards 
the land from N.E. by E. \ E. 
round E. to S.E. by E. i E. 








Blaoksod Pt. 


1 F. 






Blauksod Bay. 


54 <) 


10 3-5 


liiiibliuq. Lighted, jirobably, end 
of 1805. WhiUi from S.W. 
round E. to N.E. by E. ; lied 
from N.E. byE. to N.E. ? E. 


4 


47 


10 


(Jlew Bay. 




















Clark Island. 


1 F. 


27 


341 


N. pt. of Island 


53 49-5 


9 59-5 


- 


4 


38 


121 


[.NLSiUiOin'. 


1 F. 


10 


30 


On the Island, 
entrance to 
West]>ort. 


.53 49 


9 40-2 














Slyse Head. 


1 Rev.ev. 2niin. 
I F. 


1,-) 
14 


120 
11.-) 


Outermost Isl. 
off the Head, 
S. i W. and N. 
•JE., 142 yds. 


53 24 


10 14 


Lights in one, lead outside of all 
the Rocks between Galway and 
(Jlew Bays. N., or Rev. light, 
has one Red and two White 
faces. 


4 


30 


13!, 


(iALWAY Bay-. 




Kkraoh Ihland. 


1 Rev. ev. 3min. 


16 


115 


W. Point 


53 8-9 


9 51-5 










LSIHIJEER. 


1 F. 


15 


110 


S. Point 


53 2-7 


9 31-5 


A strip of Red light in direction 
of Finnis Rock. 


4 


.35 


\xi 


Mutton Island. 


1 K. 


10 


33 


Centre of Island, 
off Galway 


53 15-2 


9 3-2 




4 


20 


y-n 


Uiver Shannon. 




Loop head. 


1 F. 


22 


277 


Near extreme of 
Hcatl 


52 33 6 


9 .55-9 


Visible when bearing between S. 
W. by W. i W., and N.W. by 
W. 








KlLCRADAN. 


1 F. 


16 


133 


On the Point 


52 .34 -8 


9 42 f. 


/iV(^ seaward. White towards the 
River. 








Tarbert. 


1 F. 


13 


58 


On the Rock 


52 35 5 


9 21 8 


----- 


4 


57 


u\ 



!.| 



LIGHTS AND TIDES.— imiTlSH ISLANDS. 



1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5- 


6. 


7. 


8 


9. 








Hoiglit 




I'oHition. 




H. W. 


H 


Nnint! ot 


No. ot Lights, 
("liaractcr, fcv. 


*5j 


of Light 

above 

tho Soa. 


Where iihu'iil. 




Ukmakkn. 


at 
F.&C. 


I-ight. 


Lat. Long. 










1 N. 1 W. 


1 










.MllcH 


Feet. 


'0 ' 1 / 

] 


1 


H M. 


Ft. 


Hcovfd. 


1 F. 


10 to 
12 


4<> 


N VV. side .,t R-2 ;«» !» \ 'A 
JJook. 


' W/iit,' from 1';. .'. N toN.W. I.y 
W., or 140 R,t/ to the N. 
















of Hook. 






Tralee. 


IF. 


3 


.■>*) 


Li( h'Siuni.hiiv .V2 U\-2 !» .V2!) 
UlaiKi 


n'hitr from I-:, hy S, J H. to 
W.N.W. lied seaward from 
W.N.W. toN. 1 K. 


4 ,{ 


m 


Tiiinight. 


1 


- 


- 


On the bluml 5'J 4:) Id 40 


liiiildhiq. 






Xai.i'Mia. 


IF. 


12 


54 


CroinweH's Fort 'A ntJ 10 19 3 


. 


.{ 42 


II 


Skkii.kjs. 


UF. 


25 
18 

1 


372 


Highest l{i.ok 74 M 4(i'.' 
miles oH'sliore, 
240 yds. apart 


10 :i'2 7 


When Calf Hock is lighted, Uie 
high light will he extinguished. 






(alt Iv.iik. 


1 Fl. 


• 




On the Hock .-)1 ;{42 


10 ir> 


Buildintj. .Mav he hj^lited md 
of 18tir). 






Kan 1 in I'l.w. 


1 F. 


12 


'>'t 


K. eiitnuiee on .")1 :i'.}'2 


44 8 


Visible from W. by N. round 
Southerly to S. E. I.y K. ^ E. 


.{ 47 


10 










lloanearrig I. 








«'i()okliavi'ii. 


1 F. 


13 


(>7 


Hock Island, N. ■>! 'JSH 
pt. of cntrancei 


<t 42() 


Rid across Alderman Hr)ck8 to 
Streek Head, from N.W. \ W. 


4 fl 


O.I 










1 


1 




round S. to North. 







\-.-,-.v. 



SiuM. 








». 




Rise of 
Springs. 



M. Ft. 



:< : 124 



II 



!» '.13 






f 



THE NORTH SEA. E. SIDE. 



COAST OF BELOrrM. 



1. 

Nivnii! "I 
F.i^ht. 



2 

No. of Lights, 
( 'liiirautcr, &c. 



3. 



4. 

lU'ight 

if Light 

tibove 

the Sea. 



Nieu|)(irt. 
( (stfiid. 



maiiki'iiberg. 
Hi'.vst. 

I'iiaiil.' Mnrkt 
Light VcsHcl. 

N'lUllI Hr.NMEK 

I^ight Vessel. 

West Hinukis 
Liglit VfHHel. 



I K. 

1 F. Jhd. 

1 F". Oreeii. 

1 F. 

1 F. H,',/. 



1 F. 



Miles Feet. 



a 

14 

7 
20 



1 F. 
I F. 



/{"fj. 



1 1 

1 F. 

I Rev. ev. >i inin 



11 



32 

m 

2") 

189 

2.) 



40 



44 

48 

HA 



40 



40 



Where placed. 



6. 

Position. 
Lilt. Long. 



lil..VIARK.S. 



8. 

H. VV 

at 
F.&( 



9. 



\V. side of Port 
One mile inland 
W. Pier-head 
N.F. corner of 

Town 
Extreme of E. 

Pier 



On Battery. 100 
yards inside of 
E. Pier end ! 



N. 

o / . 

51 8-4 

51 8;{ 
51 14-4 



E. 

o / 

2 437 

2 4:{'7 



While !•«' leet water. 



H. M. Ft. 
12 18 10 



12 



!.". i l!> 



IS. 



•A 14 



In a small fort ")1 IS'i) 
On Sand Hills, 51 20 4 

N. of Town 
NearS.W. part 51 24-2 

of Bank in 7 ; 

fathoms 1 

E. bide of Bank 51 307 i 2 34 ti 

in 14 fathoms j j 

NearS.W. part I 51 22 2 2(i 4 
of Bank in 17 < ; 

fathoms I I 



2 55-9 : Visible from E. | N. toS.VV 

I round North. I 

When leet water on bar, t xtin- j 
guished when 1(5 ft. No vessel : 
must attempt the iiarbonr \mless ' 
this light is .shown 

When 1() feet water on bar; also 
a second light iielow this for 
19 ft. ; this light in line with 
(jrevii. light shows the entrance. 



;> 20'5 ' In the Weilingen Channel. 



Bell and < iong. I'as.s N. ot iiet/ 
buoy, moored in 12 fathoms, at 
2 miles N. .i E. from light. 

Twice White and once Jfid. 



COASJ^ OF HOLLAND OR NETHERLANDS. 



Ki.i sniNc on 1 F. 

\'l,ISSIN(JF.N. 

Wkstim'I'i'.i.. ! 1 F. 



\ eelt 



SI.M 



ScHoUWK.S. 
\ KKKLIKKKK. 



1 F. 



1 F. 



1 Rev.ev. l^niin 
1 F. 



10 


4!) 1 


20 


144 


10 


;w 


;j 


33 


20 


171 


5 


5G 



Westhaven 51 2(i"4 

Bastion 
OKI Church 51 31 8 

Tower 
Kampveer tower 51 32'i) 

S. side of 

entrance 
(^n the Dyke S. 51 31 7 

ot Midilelburgi 

Harbour j 

N.W. end of i 51 42-5 

Island 
N.W. part ol 51 435 

Island 



A .•i47 
.! 27 
3 40-5 



3 41 '1 \'i.sible 111 .Sloe Sand Creek, and 
entrance to Veere. 

3 417 Visible 25 .s. . greatest brilliancy 

10 s. 
3 43 .Shows the anchorage by night. 



48 



20 15 



I 20 



15 



0«> 



LIGHTS AND TIDES.— HOLLAND. 



I 4 



Naiiic lit' 
Liglit. 



Rkxe^se oh 
Brouwkrh- 
HAVKN Gat. 

< )ssenhoek. 



Stfenoii Bank. 

(fOEDEREKDE (HI 
GOEKEK. 

Kwailf Hoek. 



Miil<li'lharni.s. 
Hellevootsluis. 

< »08tvoorne. 



Houti'ii Baak. 
Moleiihaven. 

Briollo Harbour. 

.ScnEVF.XIN(iEN, 

Katwijk-aan-Zee 

Noordwijk-aai> 
Zee. 

Zand\oort. 

eomond-aan'- 
Zee. 

Kykdlin. 
Nieiiwe Diep. 



Texel Island. 
Ejerlanu .sche 

gronden. 
Vlieland. 



Terscuelling. 



Schiermonnik 
Oog. 



2. 

Nil. i>t Lights, 
I'haractt'r, Ac. 



3. 


4. 


ir 


Height 


|a 


of Light 




ahovo 


> 


the Sea. 



Wliere phieed. 



e. 

PuHitiun, 



Lat. 



Long. 



2 F. 

1 F. 

IF. 
1 F. 
I F. 



1 F. 
1 F. 

'2F. 



1 F. Red. 

2 F. Red. 

1 F. 
1 F. 

1 F. 

1 F. 

1 F. 

2 F. 



1 F. 
I F. 

I F. Red. 



1 F. 

1 Kev. ev. mi 



1 F. 



1 F. 



2F. 



Mile 
12 

to 

1(> 

10 



10 
IS 



4 
4 ca. 

4 
16 

6 

5 

4 

IG 

18 

I'd 

8 



18 
12 

22 



18 
15 



Feet. 
11.5 
148 



148 
115 

49 
59 



1(> 
9.-) 

82 

C6 

50 

120 
126 

161 
29 

,35 



1G4 
151 

177 



147 
139 



N. Hide of iHliiiid 
8(K) ydw. apart 

End of Pier, 
VV. from liroii- 
wershaveii ltd. 

Beacon on N. 
siile of Island 

On Church 

Tower 
On Sand Hills, 

N.E. of Goeree 



On a Tower, W. 

end of Harl). 
On Sand Hills, 
\V. l)yN. iN. 
a mile from 
village, 457 
yds. apart 



IT 




51 

51 

51 
.51 
51 



44-5 

44-7 

49-9 
491 
50-2 



51 
51 

51 



46-7 
49 2 

54-8 
N. 



47 •;i 

5.3 5 

55-6 

58-8 





N. side of entr. 

E. .Mole 

On Sand Hills, 

S. of village 

On Sand Hi'ls, 
S. of village 

On Sand HilKs, 
N.E. ofvdiage 

On .Sand Hills, 
N.\V.„f village 

On Sand Hills, 
\V. of village, 
408 yds. apart 

( >n the Fort 

Extreme of 
Wicrhoofd 

Inner jiart of di) 
W.N.W. of 
village 

Oiide Schild 

N. E. extreme of 
Texel Island 

Highest .Sand 
Hill E. end of 
Island 

Brandaris 
Steeide, near 
W. end of L 

Sand Hills, W. 
part of Island, 
1102 yds. apart 



51 55-6 
51 55 

51 .-)4-5 

52 6 -.3 

52 12 

.52 14-6 

.52 22-5 

52 37-2 
N. 

52 57 i 
52 58 



53 2-5 
.53 11 

.53 17-8 



5.3 21-7 



53 28-4 
.53 29-2 



4 12 
4 7-9 

4 45 
Lt. 



4 8-2 
4 10 3 

4 10-9 
4 16 -3 

4 237 

4 25 9 

4 31 -9 



In one, lead into Brouwers- 
havc-n Gat. 



.Seen from West wan I it is Red ; 

a guide for the North ram|)UM. 
It show.s dark Rid h\ the direction 

for navigating the North I'anipus 
When in one with Goeree Coast 

light, hearing S. W. hy W. 4 W., 

a vessel has reached the middle 

of the North I'anipus. 



From the W. the N. It. appears Red 
hut W/iiti- wiien it hears N.E. 
by E. ; a vessel will be then in 
the Bank Channel. The S. It. is 
visibh' from S. and E. by .S., 
round by the West. 

In one, a mark for N. j)art of the 
Bank Channel. 



Shown when fishing boats are out. 



H. M. 

2 15 



4 

.t. 


.37-6 


4 


43-0 


4 47 


4 


51-4 


4 


51-4 


5 


3-8 


5 


131 


(5 


9-8 


6 


9 



.S. W. and N. E. 51 yards apart. 



East side of Texel Island. 



Red towards W. hori/on, and 
White towards E. ; obscured 
between S.W. .' S. and S. J E. 



2 .30 



3 



2 30 



(> 30 



8 40 



Ft. 
10 



-I 



Zijpe. 



LIGHTS AND TIDES.-HOLLANl). 



2» 





9. 


f 


-zt 




^■l 


J* 


^'j: 


A. 


Kt. 


5 


10 



4 
4 



Name i)f 
Liglit. 



3 

No. ot I.iglitM, 
(JharacttT, Ac. 



Soi'TH Hevk- I 

LAND LSLANI). I 

Borstflen. 1 F. 



Hath. 

(iOKrt IIarbol'H. i 



1 F. 
I F. 



NiMizen or Tern- ' 1 F. 
case, Axt'l I. 



Tiioi.KN Island. 

(iui'iiilioek. 

Stavuntsie. 



Zierikzt'e. 
• • 

/iJlK'. 

It 

Oijltgensplaat. 

WillumstaiL 
Strijen-Sas. 



I F. 

1 F. 

1 F. 
1 F. 

IF. 
IF. 
1 F. 

1 F. 
1 F. 
1 F. 



Dordsche Kil 

(Dordtt'han.) 
Krab, in the old j 1 F, 

Nfaas. 
Vaunlingi'u. j 1 F 
Pernis. 1 F, 

Schiedam. | 1 F, 



Wieringen. 



Kolhorn. 
Medemblik. 
Ven or (Jelder- 

sohe Hoek. 
i^lnkhuizeii. 



IF. 

1 F. 



1 F. 
1 F. 
1 F. 

1 F. 



^ j Height 
>f Ligli 



.a 



ii>i liigiit 

al)(iv»' 
tlie Sea. 



Where placed. 



6. 

PuHition. 



Lat. 



Lnng. 



Hrmarkh, 



H. W. 

at 
V.kK\ 



9. 



. a 
- A 



RIVERS S C II E L D E AND M A A S. 









N. 


E. 


Miles 


Feet. 




< 


/ 


« 


:w 


H.W. partof ]., 
lif^ht hank of 
tlie Sohelde 


51 25 


3 44 


fl 


32 


On the inn.S.E. 
of the Fort 


31 237 

I 


4 12-8 


n 


31 


N. side of entr. 


51 32'7 


3 56-8 


10 


43 


W. Jetty 


51 20-5 


3 .^O 


4 


35 


N. of the Ferry 


51 31 C 


4 4.8 


5 


27 


E. angle of Haven 


51 35 -7 


4 0-5 


4 


31 


S. angh', near 
ZieriKzee 


51 37 9 


3 55-4 










5 


43 


On the house, 
on W. Haven 
Head 


51 37-9 


3 63-6 


4 


31 


Outer Dyke of 
Stootr Zolder 


.51 39-3 


4 6-2 










5 


30 


Land side of 
Dyke 


51 .391 


4 


6 


15 


End of Harbou r 
Dam, lUver 
Volgerak 


51 40-9 


4 22-2 


10 


41 


W. Counter- 
scarp 


51 41 -8 


4 20-6 


G 


35 


W. Head of 
outer Haven 


51 42-7 


4 .35'0 


6 


48 


W. extreme of 
Kil (Channel) 


^ 51 43-4 

i 


4 37-5 


4 


31 


On the Myl, at 
end of Krab 


51 48 


4 37-4 


1 

1 


, 


. 


51 54 


4 .!• 


1 


. 


. 


51 53 7 


4 LM 5 


., 


. 


. 


I5I 54 


4 24-5 



H. M. Ft. 



Visible in the E. ^ I tide in the 
road of Zierikzee m\<\ entrance 
of Hump 



1 



Leadiuj, Us. ior the fairway of 
Zype coming from the K rammer! 



ZUIDER ZEE. 



4 


16 


G 


39 


, 


. 


• 


. 


10 


55 


4 


25 



On the shore 
W. end of Island 



N. Jetty 
N. Jetty 
On an angle of 

Dyke 
W. Jetty 



52 53-2 


52 53-4 


52 47-7 


52 46-5 


52 44-6 


52 42 



4 5G-3 I 
4 50 -2 

4 15 

5 6-8 
5 17-2 

5 17-8 



I These lights, N. and S. 448 yds. 
I apart, point out the track for 

vessels going from Zuiiler Zee 
J- to the Sioot (the Amsterdam 
, (piarantine) or from the Texel 

by Anistel Diep, towards Am- 
I sterdam. 



This and Ven It. are leading Its. 
for the Krab-bengat. 



24 



LIGHTS AND TIDES.— HOLLAND. 



11- 



u i 



H 



1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7- 


8. ^ 


9 






4J 


Height 




Position. 




H. W. 




Nanu- ut 


No. of Lights. 
Character, &c. 


'S 

> 


ofLight 

above 

the Sea. 


Whore placed. 






Remarks. 


at 
F.&C. 


Liglit. 


Lat. 


Long. 


.2'E 






Miles 


Feet. 




N. 

' 


E. 

o / 




H. M. 


Ft. 


I>niokerhiiven. 


I K. 


10 




End of S. Jetty 


52 41-2 


5 5 3 








fldoni. 


1 F. 




- 


S. entrance of 
River 


52 38 


5 9-7 








Mliiin. 


I F. 


- 


- 


End of N. Jetty 


52 31-2 


5 4-5 








irniid Zee. 


IF. 


7 




% mile from N^. W 
pt. , Marken I. 


52 28 


5 5-2 








Mark en. 


1 F. 


10 


-)2 


E. pt. of Island 


52 27 -C 


5 8-6 








Hoek, near 


1 F. 


10 


58 


Angle of the Y, 


52 22-3 


5 1-1 


"I Leading lights to clear the 
Paardanhoek, and head of 






Amsterdam 








on the N. Hoek 










Dnrgerdani. 


I Rev. Bei/. 


- 


. 


N. side of Y 


- 


■ - 


J Nieuwendam. 






Wostzaan. 


1 F. 


4 


30 


• 


- ■ 


- - 


Only in winter. 






Miiiden. 


1 F. 




- 


E. side of 'ntr. 


52 20-2 


5 4-2 




• 




livlll. 


1 F. 


- 




W. side of entr. 


52 lG-4 


5 20-4 








Nijkerk. 


•2 F. 




• 


Entr. of Hiiven, 
20 yds. apart 


52 15 5 


5 28-2 








Harderwijk. 


1 F. 


14 


46 


8. side of entr. 


52 212 


5 37-3 








RHmrg 


1 F. 
IF. 


: 




W. Jetty 
Tower of the 
Gate 


52 27-3 
52 7 


5 49 () 
5 50 








Kaiiiivn. 


2F. 






S. pt entr. of 
the Ijssel 


52 34!) 
W. 


5 50-4 
Lt. 


E. N. E. and W. S. W. 44 yards. I a 
one, lead between the Jetties, 
and for 1 \ miles up to entrance 
of the Ijssel. 






M 


1 F. Rfd. 


. 


- 


End of S. Jetty 


52 35 


5 48 








>>chokland. 


2F. 


* 8 


:ii 


N. & S. points 


52 39-5 


5 40-9 


N. light is Red from E. to N.W. 
by N., and White from E. to S. 






fc 




12 


47 


of Island 


52 37-2 


5 46 7 




















1 W., and from N.W. to S.W. 




















by W. 4 W. Fog-l>ell. 






Hrk. 


1 [{ev.ev.i^min. 


10 


82 


S. W. point of 
Island. 


52 39-7 


5 35-8 


The light continues 2 mins., then 
a Hash, j)receded and folhjwed 
by a short eclipse. Between 
S.S.W. & W. the light must not 
be approached vnthiii 2,^ and 3 
miles. 






f^anze diep. 


2F. 






W. side of Haven 


52 30-7 


5 57-7 








Kragchenburg. 


IF. 


- 




S. pt. of entr. 


52 39-3 


5 50-7 








Hlokzijl. 


1 F. 




- 


End of N. Jetty 


52 43 


5 56-8 








Kuinre. 


1 F 




- 


W. end of Jetty 


52 47 1 


5 49-4 


i mile W.N.W. of the northern 
point of the Welierzand. 






lit-nimer. 


2F. 


- 


- 


W. entrance of 
Haven 


52 50-5 


5 43 


N. by E. & S. by W. 






Stavoren. 


1 F. 


lit 


•A9 


N.W. .side of 
Harbour 


.52 53-2 


5 21-8 


i In one, they clear the rocks ott' 
\ the harbour marked 1)y a Red 
\ buoy. 






















M 


IF. 


- 


■ 


lOSyds. W.S.W 


52 .53 2 


5 21 5 














of great light 










Hindeloopen. 


IF. 




■ 


W. side of entr. 


52 50 -7 


5 24 








Workum. 


2F. 






N. Jetty, S. side 
of entrance, 
1!)') yds apart 


52 57-7 


5 24-7 


In one, lead into the entrance 
)f the Haven. 






■*nrig or Boontjes 


2F. 


5 




On the Aigue, 
W. of village, 
170 yds. apart 


53 7 


5 23-5 


In one, S.W. by W, 1 W. and 
N. E. by K. \ E. 






H.irlingen 


2F. 


10 


m 


On Town Ham- 
part, and on 
N. Jetty 


53 10-5 


5 24-7 


Lights in one, lead up to the 
entrance of the Haven. 










1 















liUi 1 

IM 1 



LIGHTS AND TIDES.— HAMBURG 



25 



8. 


9 


• 




. w. 


•sa, 


at 


V - 

.22 X 


.&(;. 



M. 



Ft. 



1. 

Name of 
Light. 



No. of Lights, 
Character, &c. 



3. 



4. 

Height 

>f Li,L,'ht 

above 

till' Sea. 



Where placed. 



6. 

Position. 



Lat. 



Long. 



7. 

KE.MARK.S. 



8. 

H. W 

at 
F.&C 



HANOVER. 



BoRKUM Island 



Delfzyl. 
lvu-;ck. 

\VaN0ERI)(X1. 

(Olileuburg) 
l?n'iiiou Lt. V. 

HoiiE Weo. 



Hreinerhavcn. 

Helooland. 

(British) 



IF. 



1 F. 
IF. 




Ill one 
tower 



IF. 
1 F. 



1 

Miles 
18 


Feet. 
142 


O 

8 


29 


12 


100 


3 


30 


15 


112 


7 


44 


20 

1 


221 



Suiniiiit of 
Church Tower 



Entr. to Port 
Below pjinileu 

on the Dyke 
Near E. part of 

Island 
Entr. of River 

in 9 fathoms. 
N.E part of Hat, 

eutr. of Weser 



Geest River. 
Summit of I. 



N. 

o / 

53 35 

53 20-3 
53 47-5 
53 49 " 
53 42-8 



54 10 -8 



E. 

o / 

G 40 



7 3 

7 54-2 

8 7-2 
8 14-9 



7 53-1 



Visible in the direction of the 
W. Eema. Beacons on Rothum 
Islet, in one with liglit-house, 
lead into E. and \V. Eenis. 



H. 

10 



M. 
30 



From February to November. 
A Boll aud Gun. 

Visible on reaching the Schlassel 
Tonne, the outer orkey-lmoy of 
the Weser. 

This small light will disappear on 
nearhig the black luioy on the 
port side, on entering and near 
tlie buoys H. and J. On 
entering the Dwasgot channel, 
tlie light apjiears red when in 
a line with the red buoy, and 
it disappears on reacliing the 
line of black buoy W. A. 



Visible round the horizon. 
Proposed instead — Rev. 
18C5. 



11 K 



12 



11 30 



light, 



rf 33 



HAMBURG, OR RIVER ELBE. 



Outer Lt. V. 


1 F. 


. 


30 


N. W. by N. one 


54 


8 18 


(r.fEUje River.) 








mile from Red 
buoy at entr. 
in 12 fathoms 






Loots (Jalliote, 


1 F. 


. 


. 


E.S.E. U miles 


53 59-8 


8 21 


I'ilot Veasel. 








from outer 
Light Vessel 






Middle Lt. V. 


2 F. Red. 
Vertical. 


• 


35 
17 


3^ miles from 
Pilot Vessel 


53 59 


8 26-5 


Inner Lt. V. 


1 F. 




;« 


Mid. Chan, of 
N order Gatt. 


53 58-3 


8 31 -3 


Neuwerjc 


2F. 


15 
12 


120 

GO 


On the Island 
at entrance of 
River 


53 55 

S. 


8 30 
Lt. 


Kugel Baak. 


IF. 


- 


- 


- 


53 53 5 


8 41-7 


CUXIIAVBN. 


1 F&Fl.ev.709. 


12 


80 


W. side of entr. 


53 52-3 


8 43 


B.isch. 


1 F. 


G 


25 


On the E. .side 


63 53-7 


1 9 13 8 



A Fog-l)ell. In rain and snow 
a Gun is occasionally fired. 



Carries a lantern at ,', mast, when 
within the second Lt. Vessel. 

A 13ell. Ships must pass to the 
southward of this vessel. 

Seen generally before losing sight 
of Helgoland light. If out of 
the Channel the Light Vessels 
fire guns, and by night burn 
blue lights. 

S. by E. \ E., and r. r. 685 
yarda apart. 

In line with Cuxhaven It. clears 

shoals to the Eastward. 
In lower ])art of river, eclipsed 5s. 
When the river is free from ice. 



9. 









Ft. 



12 11 



in 



ir, 



LIGHTS AND TIDES.- JUTLAND. 



li 



\ ! 

!i 1 



1. 


2. 


3 


4. 


5. 


6 




7. 


f'. 


9 


Name iif 
Light. 


No. of LiglitH, 
t'haracttT, &<;. 




Il.igllt 

ot'Liglit 

alxivc 

till- .Sea. 


Wliiri; [ilaced. 


Position. 
Eat. '' Long. 


Hkmarks. 


n. w. 

at 
F.&C. 


■3 & 












N. 


E. 








Stiifcli.s. 


1 F. 


Miles 
G 


Feet. 
'J'2 


Entrance of Riv. 
.Stiir, N. Pior 


/ 

5.S 49.S 


O / 

!) 24 1 




H. M. 


Ft. 


(iliifkstiiilt. 


1 K. 





24 


N. I'icr 


53 47-1 


9 24-5 


Hed only in the direeticjn of the 
Inlet, otherwise White. 


:i 9 


10 


Kiaiit .Sand. 


1 F. 




- 


S.E. part. 


- - 










I.iilif Lt. v. Ill 
10 fcot. 


1 F. 


.5 




• 


53 34 


i) 42 








Sfluilaii. 


1 V. u.</. 




41 


Near the Sohclj) 
sand, N. side 


53 34 


9 40 


A Fog-bell. 







' - i^^g.: 



IIOLSTEIN.-SCIILESWIG AND JUTLAND. 



■uullock Chan. | 1 F. 
Lt. Ves. and 
rilot Ves. 



10 



.'J4 Kntr. of Kiver, 
I in 4 fathoms 



From end of 
l''eliriiarv to 
end of No- 
veiiiher. 



54 14 



\ ollerwuk. 1 F. 

Katiiigsiel. , 1 F. 

Toniiing. , 1 F, 

Fohr Island, F. [ 2 V. 

sidi'. 
Dawl.ull. 2 F. 



>\ I.I. 



2F. 



4 

9 

10 



1 F. & Flsh.iev. 20 
4mins.for l.")s. 



9 



54 17 2 

- , .54 175 

54 19 

19 Wyk Harluiur 54 41-5 
15 

19 in the Dyke .H 437 

24 
(>4W. On Li.-it or N. 55 3 
72 I'lid of Island, 55 2'9 

2910yds. apart' 

205 liiiie Klif. near .54 .50 8 
MrOns Mill, 
Kamji village ' i 



8 3() A Fog-hell, with a (iiui. In as- 
I oeiiding the Eider to Drogdin 
two small leading Its., W. of 
Toiiniugen, lead to a Floating 
It. in the .Sorrestn mim^n ; tlii^nce i 
steer for two leading Its. near ' 
Casting-Siil ; theneetwo leading j 
I{ed Its. conduct to two leading > 
I Its. near Wilkelniinekoog ;■ 
thence ateer for a floating Urtfii 
I It, then by the North and South 
I Keach for a floating Ital light, , 
I where vessels shouhl wait for | 
daylight to jiass the Drugdeii. ' 
8 47-5 
8 50 

8 57 - - - . ' 

8 34'3 In one, lead into the Harbour. 



.\gger Channel ' 1 F. 

Ijight Vessel. 
I'liisted. Liim I F. linl. 

tiord. 

H.\.\sTUOL.\i. IHev. ev. Amin 2(» 218 N. \V. pt., .Jut- 57 68 

land 



30 Inside the Chan.; 50 45 
17 .S. Pier. 56 57-3 



IlllMSH.M. 



1 K. A- Fl. ev. 

i 4 luins. 



!1 



IH2 On the Point | 57 35 



8 41 3 

8 24-2 
S 26 7 



8 20-5 



8 15 

8 41-9 

8 36-2 

9 .50'0 



Western It. reddish. I^ts. in one 
lead over the Bar in 10 ft. at 
L. W. At ten miles distance, 
visible round the horizon. 

' langes to Htd when over the 
bar, and bearing .S. S. W. In the 
direction of Li.stenlyb it will 
shed a reddish retleetioii from 
N. by E. i E. toN.E. ,', E. 

15th November to 20th March. 



The It. is steady for 2 m. 55 s. , ' 
then obscured for 27 s. , a strong i 
It. for 11 s., and again obscured 
for 27s., after w hieh a .steady It. i 



2 21 



Hks.sk 1.1 1. 
\ I S]»otsbier; 

Hielm. 



l'."ttJ. 



LIGHTS AND TIDES. -KATTEGAT. 



[<. 


9 


\. w. 


= to 


at 


1) c 


\kV. 


s.^ 


I. M. 


Ft. 


.-{ l) 


10 



•2 1 !t 



•21 (i 



^ 



Name of 
Light. 



2- 

No. of Lights, 
Cliaracter, &c. 



3 


4. 


1 


Height 

of Light 

above 


■^ 


the Sea. 



Where placed. 



6. 

Position. 



Lat. 



Long. 



7. 

Remarks. 



8. 

H. W. 

at 
J'. & C. 



9. 



c te 



tf-r 



KATTEGAT, WEST COAST. 



Siv vcknorSkaw 1 F. 



Miles' Feet. 
18 144 



N. 

• O / 



E. 



Aalh'A. 
iiii tshiilni. 



2R 

I 

1 ittv. fv. ^niin.; 10 



Frcilei'ik.shavn, 
or Fladstraml. 

Tri.i'li'lun R(^cks 
Light Vessel, j 

Lai'so (/hannel 
Lij^ut Vosael. 

Hals, t'utranceofj 
Liini Fiord. | 
KiiVpIht (Inuiil ; 
Linlit V'essel. 



12 F. 
1 F. 

1 F. 

1 F. 
.3F. 



/.v,/. 



Anholt IsiAND. ; I Rev. ev. 25 i 



4 

() 
[) 



10 



11 

9 

14 



Aiiholt Lt. V. 



l''oi:Nr,.ss. 



Hks.ski.o. 
Sj)()tsbicrg. 

Jliuhn. 



I F. i 10 

I 

1 Kev. ev. ^min.i 1.'! 



I 



1 F. 
1 Hev. 

1 F. & 
mins. 



I 1<> 

1 10 

Fl. ev. 4 1« 

I to 

19 



12 



Hi 



^ of a mile \V. 
of extreme N. 
pt., Jutland 



On the Beach, 
14 yd.s. apart 

.Summit of the 
S. island 



57 44- 1 i 10 37 -9 



H. 



•_2 I 
i) ! 



.31 



.12 



41 M 
2!) F. & 
Miz. 
122 



31 



.S. Pier head, 5 
feet apart 

E.SE. 4 mile 
from the rocks, 
ill 7 fathoms 

Eastwanl of 
Dvale Orouud, 
in 10 fathoms 

N. Pier-head 

S. E. by S. from 

Nyvager, in 4 ; 

fathoms 
About 14 miles 

from E. pt. of 

Island 



57 35 7 10 25-5 

57 2'J-2 10 37-6 

j 
57 2(31 ; 10 327 

I 

57 25-8 11 IG 

I 
.17 13 ■ 10 41-2 



From E. 3 N. to N.E. 4 N. It. 
shows very brilliant, less so on 
other points. Four black tables 
on a white board denote the 
Kattegat to be obstructed by 
ice. A lied Ball on ohl Skagen 
liglithouse indicates that the 
Laeso Lt. V. is noton her station. 

A fisherman's light, shown from 
Lst September to Ist May. 

Bright 5 ,s. , eclipsed 25 s. A Red 
Ball if Laeso Lt. V. is not on 
hor station. 



M. 
5G 



Marcli to 
Fo-'-bell. 



31st Dc 



50 59 'G 10 18 '5 ' Visible round the horizon. 
.'57 8-7 t 11 207 March to 31st December. 



56 44-3 11 ;]'J-2 



69 



115 
123 

164 



About a mileE. 

of Knob reef, 

in 16 fathoms 
N.E. k K., 24 

miles from the 

entr.of Greeuaal 

liavt'n 
E. side of Island 06 1 1 "8 
Ise Fionl, E. | 55 58-6 

side of entr. 1 
On Island ' 56 8 



56 457 11 5 13 



56 26 6 10 57-6 



11 42 '8 
II 51-6 



A F. It. shows from E. side 'of 
Tower, ((jo feet higii, and visible 
lOniilesj, when Anholt Lt. V. is 
not on her station- 

March to 31st December. Gong. 



Bright s., eclii>sed 24 s. A 
White Hag, witli blue perpen- 
dicular stripe, shows tliat the 
Great Belt is obstructed Ijv ice. 



i 



10 48-5 \ The Fish, is preceded and foUowed I 
I by a short eclipse. A White ' 
I liaj;, with Idue vertical stripe, ] 
i .shows that the Great Belt is 
' obstructed by ice. 



KATTEGAT, EAST COAST. 



MoHri' TAVCrK. 

NiDlNliKN. 



l)"ttJ. 



1 F. 

2 F. 

1 F. 



15 


95 


12 


66 




each 


10 


45 



On the Point 
On the Bock, 
EN.E IkWS 
VV.. n yanls 
Winga Sound 



,56 55 i 12 22 



57 18-5 
57 39 



11 53-5 



11 43 



N.W. of the Tower is a Steeple, 
where n, F'og-l)ell is tolled. 

.Shown from 15th Augu.st to 15th 
April. 



Ft. 
I 



28 



LIGHTS AND TIDBS.-LITTLE BELT. 



1. 


2 


3. 


4. 


6. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9 








Height 




Position . 




H. W. 


o S, 


Name of 


No. of liiglits, 
Character, itc. 


.2 


of Light 

above 

the >Sea. 


Where placed. 




Rkmarics. 


at 
F.&C. 


S.9 


Light. 


Lat. 


Long. 






Milos 


Feet. 




N. 


E. 

/ 




H. M. 


Ft. 


Buskiir. 


IF. 


10 


82 


Islet, in Winga 
8ouiul 


57 38-2 


11 40 


White to seaward, at a distance ; 
on a near approach becomcH Rttd. 
15th Augmt to 15th A})ril. 






WisoAor^'iNO.v 


1 F. & Fl. 1 
IF. J 


15 


81 


Winga Island 


57 38 


11 36 


N.E. iN. .. IS.W. AS., 138 yds. 
The N. F. It. varied by flashes. 








each 


each 












Nya Elsborg. 


IF. 


U 


44 


Hvaltisken 


57 41 i 


11 50-3 








GiJtheborg. 








Bastion 












Marstkaxd. 


1 Rev. ev. 2iiiin. 


22 


282 


Karlsten Fort, 
highest point 
of Island- 


57 53-6 


11 35 








Hallo. 


lF.&Fl.ev.408. 


16 


119 


8. E. , i uiile from 
Siilo Beacon, 
«!ntr. of Aby 
Fiord 


58 20-5 


11 13 








KOSTER. 


2 F. & Fl. ov, 

7 s. 


15 
12 


214 
each 


N.IsletofGroup, 
highest jioiut 


58 54-2 


11 


N. and S., 78 yar.ls. 







Dusternbi 
Kiel. 

Femersun 
Makien. 



LITTLE J5ELT. 



t 



! I 



|i1 i 



Aarhuus. 


1 F. 

1 F. R<-d. 


1 

t 1 


39 
18 


S. end of Mole 
N. Mole-head 


|56 9-3 

1 " ' 


10 13 o 


Thi-no. 


1 F. 


11 


100 


S.E.sideofl., on 
Church Tower 


55 57 


10 26-8 


Horsen.s. 
.Samsb. 


2F. 

1 F. & Fl. ev. 
3 min.s. 


' 6 

14 
to 
16 


32 N. 

11 S. 

119 


S. of the eutr. 

119 yds apart 

Vestborg Point 


55 51-6 
55 46-2 


9 61 -8 
10 33-4 


Bugense. 


1 F. Rni. 


3 


20 


0)1 the Pier ."<.") 34 


10 61 


Fredericia. 


1 F. Red. 


3 


18 


N. Mol.. 


55 33 C 


9 45 


Middelfart. 


IF. 


o 


18 


Pier-head 


55 30-5 


9 44 


Ba.igo Island. 


IF. 


10 


39 


S.W. Point 


65 17-7 


9 48-1 


Asaens. 


IF. 


9 


20 


On tlie Pier, 15 
yds. from hi.'ad 


56 16-3 


9 53-6 


Aaro, Sleswig 
Shore. 


IF. 


9 


26 


S.Moleofllarb. 


55 157 


9 42 9 


Aabeuraa, or 
Apenrade, 


1 F. Red. 


3 


16 


S.MoleofHarb. 


55 '2-5 


9 26 


Aus. 


1 F. 


11 


78 


S.E. pt. of Id. 


54 51 -3 


9 59-3 


.Ereskjobing. 
Eckernforde. 


IF. 
IF. 


4 


16 


Navires Quay 
Pier-head 


.54 53-4 
54 28-2 


10 25-6 
9 50-3 


Biilk. 


IF. 


11 


51 


Kiel Fiord entr., 
W. point. 


64 27-4 


10 119 


Priedrichsort. 


2F. 


8 
4 


33 W. 
16 E. 


Pnni])arta of 

Fortress. 
Withiiitliept. of 

reefs on board 

a yaelit 


54 23-5 


10 11-2 



Keep close to the S. Mole-head, 
Lighted occasionally. 
Retl in direction of Ronnen point, 
and Whitt otherwise. 



Bright 15 a., eclipsed 25 s. With- 
in 6 miles the eclipse between 
the 8tea<ly light and Hash is 
scarcely jHirceptible 



From 1st September to May, 
excepting when mootdighi,. 

Visible on all points but tliat to 
the S.W. by W., wliich is over 
the town. 



November to Ist May. When the 
Packets pass through Aaro Sound 
a lantern i.s shown on the 
S. end of Aaro Island. 

Till 1 a.m., 15th September to 
lat April. 

5th Septeml)er to Ist May. 
The It., N.W.by N., indicates the 
most convenient anchoragi^ 



W.N.W. and E.S.E., 510 yards. 
Lights not shown unless tlie 
Fiord is navigable. 



Korsor. 






W 



LIGHTS AND TIDES.— CHEAT BIlLT. 



29 



9 

01 a 
.2"C 



Ft. 



N.-vme of 
Light. 



Dusterubrook. 
Kiel. 

Femersund, 
Mahien. 

Fakkkoiero. 

Lungoland. 
Neuetadt. 



2. 

No. of Lights, 
Character, &c. 






Height 

if Light 

above 

the Sea 



Where placed. 



6. 

I'osition. 



Lat. Long. 



Rkmarks. 



8. 

H. W. 

at 
F.&C. 



9. 



O -1, 



r. 



1 F. Red. 
1 F. Oreen. 
1 F. 
1 Kov. ev. 4 miu. 

1 F. 



IF. 

' Rev. ev. 2min, 
Bright 15 s. 



Miles 


Feet. 


6 


19 


2 


15 


2 




12 


94 


14 


129 


a 


28 


11 


4(i 



Bathing Place 
On the Pier 
On the S. side 
N.E. point, Fe- 

meru Island 
On Hill, a mile 

N, of ;■?. point, 

L-irigeland 
S. VV. of Tranck- 

jceor Castle 
Pelzerpt., S.E. 

by E., 2 miles 

froiuNeustadt 

entrance 



N. 



K. 



54 20-3 10 9-7 ! 

,54 19-2 10 8-7 Gas. 

54 24 '2 i 11 7 -4 When Mail Steamer is expected. 

54 29-6 11 14-5 i 



54 44-4 10 42 



54 59 
64 5-3 



10 53 

10 51-8 



When Mail Steamer is exjiected. 



H. M. Kt. 



CIREAT BELT. 



SEU'Ru. 
RKEF NiMH. 

KiiUuudborg. 
Halakov. 



Korsiir. 

SPHOOO. 

Knvids Hea«l. 
Slipshavii. 
Nyborg Harbour 



.Vgerso (Omo 
Sound) 



Va'iro. 
Vordingborg. 

(Jaabense. 
Taars, Laaland. 
Svendborg. 



1 Rev. cv. 2min. 
1 F. 
1 F. 
1 F. 



2F. 



1 Rev. ov. 15 3. 
Bright 2 s. 
IF. 



! 1 F. Red. 



2F 



1 F. 



1 Rov. ev. 15 8. 

Bright 2 s. 
3F. 



2 F. 
2F. 
4F. 



15 
12 

6 
10 



11 

10 

6 
2 
8 

10 

4 

o 

4 

each 

10 

G 

4 ea. 

I 2 ea. 



103 
79 
25 

52 



34 E. 
26 

91 



20 



15 

7 

29 



51 

R 

15 

8 

6 

12 

33 E. 

18 

17 

10 



N.W. pt. of Id. 155 o5-2 
Extreme pt. 65 44 '6 
On the Pier 55 41-2 

Near Korabr 55 20 '2 



N. side of eutr. 



E. and highest 
part of Island 
GI On the Head 



11 5 1 ! Bright 20 s. 

10 23-4 

11 51 

11 7-7 



Slips pt. Battery, 
entr. to Nyborg 
Fiord 

Pier-head 



S. point 



N.E. pt. of Id. 



65 20-2 


11 8-5 


55 198 


10 58-4 


55 17-4 


10 51 -3 


55 17-1 


10 49-7 



55 18 8 10 48 



N.W. Point 
On the Pier 



55 111 


11 127 


55 2-2 


11 22-2 


55 2 


11 55-2 


54 56 5 


11 '53 


54 .'52 -7 

54 52 -6 

55 3-5 


11 2-2 
11 1-G 
10 37 



Not shown from 15th May to Slst 
July. A light just without 
this one, api)faring as a torch 
light, shows for the guidance of 
I'aokets in dark weather. i 

Excepting 15th May to 31st July.' 
For cnterin^^f the Harbour, lights 
in one. I 

Within 12 miles, visible round 
the horizon. 

Sot sho«^l from Ist August to | 
15tli May. Intended to be a 
Rid light. 



When Mail is expected. To be 
kept ill a line to enter the Harb. 
inside of Avernakko Point. 

A Red and White Ball over the 
Lantern, in one with the Wind- 
mill on Helleholm Point, is the 
leading mark for entering OmO 
Sound from the Nortliward. 



When Mail is exj^cted. 

W. i N. and E. i S., 663 yards. 
Oct. to Mar. One Oreen, one Red. 



.30 



LIGHTS AND TIDES.- THE SOUND. 



1. 

Name of 
Liglit. 



No. of Lights, 
Chara'/ter. Ac. 



4. 

Hei^'ht 

of flight 

ahove 

the Sea. 



Where placed. 



6. 

I'ositioii. 



Lat. Iioiig, 



Remarks. 



8. 

H. W. 

.it 

v.&v. 



9 






ii-i! 






THE SOUND. 



Nakke Head. 



2F. 



Kkoxboro. ' ! F. 



Helsingoi', 01 I 1 F. (hrcii. 

Elsinore. I 

Nt'tlbek. 2 F. 



Miles 
12 

8 

12 



10 



I I N. 

Feet. ° ' 

147 VV. N.E. point of \ r>6 7 '2 
98 Siajllaud I .TO 7-1 



< 'OPKNIIKJKN. 



I'ragiJr. or Drog- 
■len Lt. V. 



Kiugc. 



IF. .V- M. ev. I 8 
■i mm. I 



110 



17 
42 

.n 



41 



E. 

o / 

12 20-8 
12 21-2 



N.E. Tower of ;-)() 2 4 12 .37 -6 
the Castlo I 



S. Pier 



;;« 21 



E. side of Tre ' 55 42-2 
I Kroner Battery 



1 F. 



V. 



'J 1 



.31 ; 200 yds. S.E. by, 55 .3;.l-2 
.'*<. of Qua-tus] 
(iround, in 41 
fathoni.s 



12 37-4 
12 34 5 



W.N. VV. and b. S.K., 4;JS yards. 



Not .seen wheu hearing .ihont 
N N.E., being ob-tructedhy th.' 
.S. E. spire of the e:».itle. 



W. :■} S, and E. 3 N., !200 yard.s. i 
In one shows the direetion of { 
the Sul)uiarine Cabh'. 



H. .\I. Ft 



12 3"' i The rti.,!i li<rh1 .it<ibl.' II niil.'s. 



li.' 43-1' I -Ihrxvn froin 1st Mareh to "^Ist 
Diiceiiiber A Fog-bell. 



CapeStevns. ' 1 Rev.ev. ,',niin 15 



Kodvig. 



Bright 5 



1 1". /(•«/. 



MoEN I.SLAND. 1 V. 

<iiKDSEK Point. 1 F. 



11 

13 



Falsteibo Lt. V. 


2F. 


6 


Fai.sterbo. 


, 1 F. 


13 


Ma I, MO. 


1 F, 


12 


Landskrona. 


2F. 


1 


l?oa. 


IF. 




iielsinghorg. 


1 F. 


• 


Swine Bottom 


. 


7 


fight Vessel. 




. 


Klu.e.v. 


1 Rev.ev. 2 min. 






(vis. .30 s. j 


20 



30 E. I t the Pi. r 

3:i i 

144 N. ;iS'^ R., l.iOO : 55 17-4 ; 12 27-5 
yard.- from , 
: Hoieroi.* hureh! 
18 E.a,stern i iid of 55 151 

! .Jetty 
82 : .S. E. Point 



.55 27"1 I 12 11-5 j In a line lead into tht- Harbour. 



54 5()-8 



04 On S. pt. Falster' .54 33-8 
l.siaud, i miJel 
j inlaihl I 



12 22'!) 
12 32-7 
11 58 



I 



49 I Ten yanl.s from ."i5 17 , 12 48 



I extremi' i)oint 
ol Pieet, in -i '■ 
fathoms 



I 



78 



55 23-7 ! 12 49-8 



I 



From it the dangerons Trindelen 
(ircjnnd bears U.K. i S. The 
lighthouse in one witli a Black 
Tub beacon on the iiigh shore, 
points (jut the direetion. 

A Fi)g-bell. 



Shown from l.st August to l.'ith 
May. 



49 I W. Pierlicad .55 .30 7 13 1 

22 Harbour Quay j 5:> 52 | 12 .50 j W. by N. ^ N. and E l.y S. ^ S., 

191 yards. In one h'ad into the 

Harbour. 



27 



288 



N. Pier-head 



On the face of 
the Hill 



55 .59r>l 12 44 4 

56 3 i 12 42 



5« 18 2 



12 27 



A fishing light. 
ProjMned. 



I 



fff ;■, uel! 



1>AKS. 



^^^■/l(,. 



I'll.l.Al. 



LIGHTS AND TIDES.— PRUSSIA. 



31 





9 


w. 


'? & 


t 

:C'. 


.£■£ 



.N.ime of 
Light. 



2 

N(j. of Lights, 
(."harai'ter, &c. 



3. 


4. 


i 


Height 




I'f Liglit 


la 


1 *' 




Jlbove 




tlie Sea. 



Where placed. 



6. 

Position. 



Lat. 



Long. 



7. 



Remarks. 



8. 

H. W. 

at 
F.&V. 



« to 






I 



BORNHOLM. 



i'-M lie Ih.vA i'iif. 


2F. 


Miles 

8 
each 


Feet. 
48 E. 
29 


E. It. on the Mole. 
W. It. in the 
Town 


N. 

/ 

55 57 


E. 

/ 

14 42 


1! VMM.VH I'OINT. 


1 F. 


14 


279 


On «f«ill,ierg, 
near N. ]toint 
of Island 


55 171 


14 4G-8 


< UR;--i'iANs6, or 

Kl f(lHOLMt<. 


1 Rev. ev. 20 s. 
Bright 2 s. 


14 


94 


On tlie largest 
towerofthefort. 


55 19-3 


15 11 6 



In ii line lead into the Harltour. 



Visil)le round the horizon. 



H. M. 



It. 



IIANSE TOWNS AND PRUSSIA. 






Tiavcniiimh'. 
1 Lubeck, ) 

Wunit'iimndc, 
(Mt'cklenburg) 



|).\KS. 

Ahkona. 
i .kkiinwali). 



iKliSIlOFT 
l;iXlli)KT. 

Hiri.A. 

\>.\S7.U.. 

I» 

I'll. I. .M. 
Mlil'STER OrT. 

Mkmkl. 



2 F. Vertical. 
Low It. EkiI. 

I F. 



1 Rev. ev. niin. 
I F. 



ir> 
() 



IG 
12 



95 
67 

58 



108 
41 



a mile below 
Traveniiinde 
VV. side of eutr 



On the Point 



I 1 F. 



Swineniiinde. i f 
Portof Stettin, ] 
(>der River, j (. 



1 Rev. ev. 45 s. | 17 
(Whih'& Red.), 
1 F. i 21 



I 



1 F. /ieii. 10 

1 Rev. ev. 2niin.| 18 
Vis. 70 s. j 

i 

1 F. I 22 

1 llev. ev. imin.i 10 



1 F. 

1 F. 

1 F. 

1 Rev. ev. 4iuin. 
1 F. 



5;j 59 


10 53 


fhi 10-5 


1 
12 57 


54 28-9 


12 31 


54 41 


13 26-2 



From 1st Aut;ust to 30tli .\pril. 



Fixed light, shown uidy in the 
direction of Trindelen Reef 
(W. .1 N. to N.W. from the 
lighthouse. ) 



54 147 13 55-4 
53 55 : 14 17-6 

53 56 I 14 17 

54 327 16 33 



200 I Wittow 

Peninsula 
154 N.E. part of 

Island 
211 E. side of 
Harbour 
30 E. Mole Head 
160 j Nearthe village, 

i 420 yds. from | i 

i the shore | i 

220 ' N. pt. Prussian I 54 50 ; 18 207 

1 Pdiiierania i 
1-JO ; N.E. 4 E. 4 I, -.4 -Ml 18 49-2 
I cables from 
I I the point 

I 14 I 75 Neufahrwasser 

I Tower 

i 10 ! 61 Fxtreme of E. 
j ; ; Mole 

I 20 i 92 I S. E. part of the 
, Town 
20 j 142 ! On the Cape. 
20 I 98 [ N.E. side of 
j entrance. 

i I 



I 



54 24-3 ; 18 40-2 
54 25 



54 38-3 

54 577 

55 437 



iQ Atu^ 'i^- 'i"<l^- IG-^T yards. 
io 40*1 I y 

19 54-2 ' 1st .\u>'ust to 15th Mav. 



19 59-2 
21 6-2 



1st Augii.st to lotli May. 



.12 



LIGHTS AND TIDES.— RUSSIA. 



Name of 
Lif^'nt. 



No. f>f Iviglits, 
t'hiir.iutir, &<;. 






J [eight 
of Light 

the Sea. 



WhcT' placed. 



6. 

position. 



Li.t. 



Long. 



7. 

IlKMAHK.S. 



8. 

H. W. 

at 
F.&C. 



9 



o tt 



RUSSIA. 



h 



Lysek Out. 



SWALFER OrT. 
FiLHANI) (W. of 

Osel Island. ) 
Dome NcsH, 



Ness Lt. V. 



RUNO. 



UigH, Mouth oi 
liiver Dwiiiii. 



Kinij. 
Pernau. 



W'orin.so, entr. to 
Mooiisuiul. 



Werder, Moi.m- 
aund. 

Dager Okt. 



Odensholm. 
Paker Ort. 

•SotROP. 



Na«gen. 

Revel-stein 

Light Vessel. 



1 F. 

1 Piev.ev. limin. 
1 F. 
•-> F. 

1 Rev. cv. 3 niin, 
1 F. 



1 F. & FlsL. ev. 

i mill. 
1 F. Jied. 
1 F. Gmn. 



1 Kev. ev i miu- 11 
2F. 



ii-ii i 



1 F. 



1 F. 



1 F. & Fl. ov. 21 
lain. 



1 F. 

1 F. 

1 F. 

1 F. 



1 Rev ev. niin. 

vis. 10 8. 
2F. 



Miles 


Feet. 


13 


127 


12 


120 


13 


127 


10 


92 1 


8 


57 


8 


• 


10 


200 


1(1 


103 


I) 


21 


10 


20 


11 


92 


14 


07 


11 


94 


21 


328 


10 


102 


14 


155 


13 


135 


10 


48 


13 


130 


• 


• 



On the (';i])e, 

1100 yards in 

shore 
S. point, Osel 

Island 
\V. iit.df Filsand 

Island 
Extrtiinity of 

the NeHS, S.S. 

W. i W. and 

N.N.E. i E., 

100 yards. 
N. of tlui White 

l)Uoy,933yds. 

from the reef, 

in 1.5 fathoms 
Hochberg, S.E. 

elevation of 

the Island 
Fortkamet Dike 

(1 Tower.) 

N.W. extreme, 
Magnusliiilm 
dike, N. sid(.' 
of entrance 

S. part of Island 

S. entrauce 



W. ii.-),rt of Id. 



N. 

O ' 

57 34 2 



57 54 G 

58 23 
57 45 

57 48-9 

57 48-1 
57 3-5 
57 4 



E. 

o / 

21 44-1 



22 4 '2 

21 49-9 

22 37-5 

22 39 1 

23 15-5 

24 1-3 
24 1 



58 5-8 ; 23 59-0 

58 23 I 24 30-3 

59 17 '23 8-3 



W. point of Id. ,58 34 23 31-3 

Hill, near W. I 58 55 22 15'2 

pt, r,f I );i^i; Id. 

o mile.'* inland 1 
N.W. pt. .if Id.! 59 18-3 23 22 2 

I 

On the Cape | 59 23-3 24 2 
N. ClilF of the [ 59 27-9 [ 24 24 

'-'aiie i 

Hi miles east- | .19 28-4 24 20 '2 

ward of old 

Tower 
N. end of Island 



N. side of reef 



59 30 4 
o9 43-3 



24 32 
24 44 



From 2Stli May to 13th July. 

FroTn 28tli May to I'Ath July. 

From 28th May to 13th July. 

In a line they ])oiut out the 
direction of Dome Ness Reef. 
28th May to 13th July. 

A (rong. 28th May t.) 13tb July, 
28th May to 13vii July. 



Lights vertical. TIii- low light 
Rid, seen from E,.S. E. hy S. to 
S. by W. 

Vis. only from S. E. eastward to 
E. by N. i N. 



From 1st September to em I of 

season. N. E. by E. and S.W. 

by W., 40(5 feet aj)art. 
Shows White over .Stapelboten 

Shoals, from S.W. ^ W. to S. 

by E. ^ E. IM from S. by E. 

I 1:. round l>y E. to N. ? E. 
Whifehomy. |W^toN.N.E. 4E. ; 

Rtil vmm N.N.E. | E. eastward 

toS.E. by .S. 



Shown from 2Sth May to l.'Jth 
July. 



II. M. 



.Shown from 28th May to 13th 
Novend)er. A YAluv' flag, Blue 
cross. A Fog-bell. 



Ft. 



.Novii 



LIGHTS AND TIDES.-UUSSIA. 



'Mi 



J. 


9 


1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7- 


8. 


9 


W. 


* 'C 


NiVini; of 
Liglit. 


No. of Lights, 
Character, &c. 


■4-J 


Height 

ifLigiit 

above 

the Sea. 


\\'here placed. 


Position. 


Hemakkh. 


11. \v. 

at 
V.fH\ 




&G. 


Lat. 


Long. 










. 


MWVH 


I'\'i«t. 




N. 

O ' 


K. 

O ' 




II. M. 


Ft. 










15 


17S 


Mount Lakn- 
hi'rg, near 


59 20-3 


21 49 2 


A Turret on roof of lightlmuse, 
painted in stripes, t<i distinguish 


















Itevel Marine 






it from adjacent Ixiildings. 






M. 


Ft. 


Kkv ■.!., or Katk- 


2 F. i 






BarraekH 






Both lights in one S. byE. lead 










Itl.VbAL. 




19 


208 


Mount Laks- 
hirg, l)ehinil 
Itovel 


.59 25-8 


24 49-5 


to Uevel Itoad. 










, 


1 F. While. 


3 


, 


F. pass, extre- 


59 27 


24 47 •& 


On the wall, entrance of the 










I'' 

SO 








mity of Mole 






Naval Port. Entering the Port 








, 


1 


1 K. //../. 


.'{ 


- 


S. I'ass 


59 27 


24 47-3 


the W'/ii/f lights must be left to 
N., and lied to South. 








■ 




1 F. ii'a;/,'. 


.'i 


- 


\V. pass, extr. 


. 


- 


















of Mole 
















1 F. R,d. 


■A 


- 


8. jiass 


- 












■; 


Kokdkiiv. 


I F. 


ir. 


HM) 


()n tlie Fvock 


59 41 7 


25 1 '5 












Kkhoi-M, 


1 F. 


14 


101 


N. point of LI. 


.59 41 1 


25 49 










i 


Rodskur. 


1 Jit'V. fv. mill. 


!) 


74 


On the I^ock 


.59 5S-1 


20 41 i 










1 


lIoiJhANIJ. 


12 F. 


22 


.17 


X. point of Id., 
and on the 
adjacent hill 


GO 5-7 
liO 0-4 


20 .58-4 
20 58-7 


N. byE. ,1 E. amis, by W. .J W., 
1250 yards. Fog-bell. 










t ) 


1 F. /i'r*/. 


S 


51 


On the iS. point 


()0 0-7 


27 












SoMJIAK.S. 


I F. 


10 


8") 


W. hill of Island 


00 12-2 


27 39-8 












Si'Hkiir. 


I Fish. ev. 4 mill 


14 


97 


N. W. point of 
Island. 


CO 2-1 


28 23 










■':■ 


Narva. 


1 F. 





70 


S, j)oint, entr. 


59 28 


28 3 '7 










.' 










of River 
















Loiiiloii Shoals 
Light VcsHol. 


3F. 


1 


2.3 one 
17 two 


Extr. of Shoals, 
Tolhoukit) Lt. - 
ho.,N.N. E.2| 
miles 


00 


29 31 


Lights lead into Kroustadt Roads. 
A Fog-!)ell. 










Tol.llUL'KIN. 


1 F. 


11 


95 


On an Tslet W. 
of Kroustadt 
Island 


CO 2 


29 33-8 












KliONSTAIlT. 


2 F. H7//7.'. 
Low Iliil. 


12 

8 


55 
37 


S. side, St. 
Nicholas Bat- 


,59 58-7 


29 40-5 


Vertical. 


















tery 
















1» 


•2 F. 


tacli 


24 


Mcrehaiit'.sfiate 
Mole Head, 
one on each 
Mole 


,59 59 


29 4G-G 












»» 


1 F. 





38 


l''ic<lerikstadt. 
Angle, S. bas- 
tion of Kron- 
stadtHarbour 


59 58 -2 


29 48 -5 


Fog-bell. 








1 


».>rani(.iihaum. 


1 1'. 


r, 


45 


W, Pier 


59 55-9 


29 40-5 


Leads into the Channel. Fogl)ell. 








1 


l'etL>rhof. 


2 F. 


('■ 


U 


Fxtrouie of Pier 


59 53 5 


29 50 -7 


Shows the Roadstead, and leJids 
into the entr. of Calley Chan. 










I'',laj;in Yelaguifi 


I F. 


f) 


10 


Entr.,N. Chan., 


59 58-3 


30 9 3 










1 


Lij.^ht Vessel. 








350 yds. out- 
side its luoutii 
















Neva Lt. V. 


I F. 


(J 


38 


Entr. Slii]i','i!ar, 
.300 yds. out- 


59 55-3 


.30 10 








* 












side its uioutii 













34 



LIGHTS AND TIDES.- SVVKDKN 



; \ 



1. 

NlllMI' llf 

Ij^^lit. 



Nil. llf Li^htH, 
ChiimctiT, &c. 



3. 


4. 




lifiglit 




llf Light 




llllllVI' 


.S 
> 


the Sea. 



Wliero jihuiil. 



6. 

I'ositi 



Lilt. 



I 



liiii 



'«• 



Hbmakm. 



K.'illiiuKii-giunil 
Liglit Ve«8el. 

Si'iIci'nIiit, (ir 
Siidir Skill'. 

IlKN-SKAl!. 



IIamki. 



()( Til, iir I'ld. 
Ili'luri). 

L\>;>1KA1!. 

Knsk.m:. 



Ostni I'imigriinil 
liight Vessel 



NuIUiSKAliKN. 

Hji>rrn'li(ii'g. 
ChristiiK'ntadt. 
lijinij Ganileii. 
rUalinrg. 
Maakiila. 



I F. 

1 !•". & l'"l. ev. 1 i 

mill. 
1 K. 



I F. & VI ev. 'J 
mill. 



1 F. 

1 !•'. 
1 F. 
1 F. 



Miles Feet. 

7 Jl S. aiile 





50 58-5 



10 124 Fiitr til Uiirge ' (iO (i7 

.')» 56-2 



1 F. 



1 I!ev. ev. mill. 

1 Rev. 
". F. 
1 F. 
1 Kev. 
1 F. 



15 ' 17-' OiitliiSkar. l\ 

j mile.s S. ] VV. 

of Fiiikala I't. 

112 S.i;. |it. (if Id., 

•A miles S. i W. 

I fniiii Ilaiigo 

I lleail 

l.'iO Aliuut liiiaiile 

(if l.slanil 
;i(; Mead (if Inlet 
101 N. IViiiit 
152 On the Island, 
tt miles M.W. 
fiMlii Lci|iert(in 
I'iliit Statimi 
i; miles N.K. 
liy E. ] F. fmiii 
the ahoalest 
[lart 
105 W. I.slet 



1.1 



13 

r> 
u 

14 



10 



12 



Hajiaraiida and ; 1 V. 10 

Ti I'.iiea. I 

T.inKM. I 1 F, 

I'.n i;.i, I F. 18 

I'mka. ill the 1 llev. ev 2 mill. 15 

N. (j)iiarken ; ns. A niin. 
Hi.iM(i (iAiui. ' 1 F. 12 



Syilnst Brotf-i-ii 1 F. I 10 

(.ninils Lt. v.; , 

Liiu-:i Id., near , 1 F. & Fl. ev. :j 12 



11( iMilsaiid. 



nun. 



!ui 



Br A MO. 



1 !• 



59 40 



K. 
25 30 -5 
25 25 5 
24 24 7 

22 58 



8. 

H. W. 

at 
F.&C. 



9. 



H. M. 



Ft. 



51) 40 ' 2i 22-2 

0(» Ui I H> '») 
59 5(1 8 19 55-8 



GO 4.3 



GO 67 -2 



21 0- 



IN ;jo 



G3 13 9 I 20 37-7 

Gl 35 I 21 21 

G2 15 21 12 

C3 50 J 23 8 

(i5 1 '2o 28 



A F(ig-I)eil. 



Points out Brando Harltoiir. nen.r 

the town of Wa.'ta. 
Projiusxl. 

Proiio'trd. 
I'rDjHtacd. 
I'riipdtiiitl. 



SWEDEN. 



78 .Maliiren Uo"k 

I Canal Entram/c 
171 I Ou the Head 
101 ' Fjder igg,'i(ireat 

I IJock 
70 I Hohiio S, Gadd 

I Rocks 

i 

37 ! 2.^ miles fr'ini 

I S. edge 
78 ; S. point 



17 101 I N.E. point. if Id. 



05 31 



23 30 



04 2<.r2 21 35 7 
G3 47 .S j 21 1 

03 35-8 20 47-5 



03 19 I 20 
02 3S5 IS 



I'ru/Kjueil. 



A strong glare in a S. S. V. J W. ; 
direction, to mark t) ^' (Jadd- 
snytan Shoals. ' 

A Fog be 11. I 



02 13-2 i 17 37 



Dwelling-house, Ked2.->()ft. N.W. 
! of the Tower. A (lash, lasting 
7 H., is jireeeded and foll.iwe.l liy 
intervals .if darkness, each Being 
of 20 H. duration ; a F, It. then 
apjiears for2nin. 13s., followed 
liy till interval of darknOHs 
which jirecedcH the tlafh. 



I 



LIGHTS AND TIDES.-SWKDKN 



:>'. 



0. 



tei, 


3i.3 




""■A 



1. 


2 


3. 


4. 





6. 


7. 


8. 


0. 


NiVIIK." Ot 


No. of Li«lits, 
OiaraottT, &c. 


■4^ 


llci^llt 

>!' Li^iit 

al)(>vt.' 

tho Sua. 


Wlicn- iilactil. 


Poftilion. 

Lat. Long. 


Rem a I! lis. 


n. w. 

at 
F.itC. 


. a 






Milc-s 


hVot. 




N. 

' 


/ 




11. M. 


Fl. 


A^ioii [.slaiid, iiir 


1 Itcv. Fl»h. fv. 


12 


!>■) 


K. piiiiit 


01 .Tt 


17 29 








IfmlikHWivll. 


•20 H, 


















SniK .lrN<JKI!l'N. 


1 F. 


14 


80 


( 111 Ihu l«l. K. n\i\v 


(i! !)0 


17 21 








I'.'inau. 


1 F. 


fi 


f)2 


Near (.'iwtom 

HollSO 


CO 4;{-0 


17 IS-7 








l';j,'j.'rcgroHnil. 


1 F. 


!( 


52 


Roof iif a lUvi'l- 

lill^' ll'lUHC 


00 4;r4 


17 32 








liiiirn llock. 


2F. 


10 ua 


42 ea. 


Oil tin; Itoi'k 


tiO ;!7.7 


17 .59'5 








OUHKAli. 


1 Rev. cv •Jniin. 
Flah ;, iiiin. 


U> 


118 


On tlio Lsland 


(io ;h5 


18 22-3 








(iniinlkallv 


2 F. 


HI 


llha. 


Iv of N. )art 
(liiiiulk.al 


00 ;{() 


18 .55 








Lij^ht V'l'.-tm'l. 


























Sl.oal 












DUKHDKN, illdic 


! F. 


12 


(i,"> 


W. ]ioint <!rii8o 


(io 22 


(8 24-3 








(Jnmml |5;iy. 








island 






. 






rN!)EI!STI'.S, 


1 F. 


12 


78 


( 111 the lu>ck 


00 10 -2 


18 55 3 








S, (Jiiarki'ii. 




















SvAiiTKi.rn, 


1 1!l'\. n FI«h.s. 


l.-J 


08 


On tliL' Rofk 


GO 10-3 


18 50 








.S. (^)iiarkin. 


cv. '2 iriiii. 


















(iri-ssi'l Hiiiiiiu 


I F. 


t 




(111 tlu; Waiiuh 


00 i) 


18 49-5 


Lighted occasional ly when mails 
are at sea 






\asUul)l)ci) liook 


1 F, 


8 


21 


(Hi Iii..rk(> 


50 52-7 


19 5-5 


V. sscIh pa.sH to K. iif thi.i light at 
the distance of 200 feet. 






SiiDEUAHM. 


1 TJfv. i>v. "2 mill. 
Fl.sh. ,^ mill. 


U 


'.)!) 


OiiToUnkaiMicar 
till.' old Beacon 


59 45-4 


19 28 








<;UiiXSKAR. 


1 F. 


1.-. 


Ill 


On the Unck 


59 17:! 


19 3 








Ko|!St). 


1 I'cv. i\-.'2niin. 
Flsli. .^ Miin. 


17 


lol 


On tlio Lslot 


59 17 "2 


IS .58-3 




• 




l,A\us()n'r. 


1 llcv. L'v. 2 mill. 
Fl.sli. i mill. 


IS 


144 


S. piiint of Id. 


58 4-1 '5 


17 52-7 








(niTTMv.V SANTiO 


2 F. 


IG 


140 oa. 


N. part of Id. 


58 2.'J-2 


19 12-7 


Outer It. from N. shore, 250 yds. ; 
lights in one show the S.W. 
eilge of Kopjiar Steiianie shoal. 






llAUAliSliM;, 


I F. & Flah. for 
7.4. uv. 1 !i mill. 


17 


117 


On tlu' Islet, 
S.W. uxtremi! 


58 8-8 


10 59-7 


Lclip.se of 19s., a steady It. for 
45 s., and an eclip.so of 19 h." 






(iiirn.AMi. 


1 Ul'V. <;v. l^miii 
(Max. 20 s. ) 


14 


100 


Fari) Id., Ilohn 
jioiiit 


57 57-4 


19 23-3 


Very hrilliant for /, of a minute. 






»> 


1 F. 


14 


III! 


(isti'rj,'arii Id. 


57 20 5 


19 








») 


1 Itiv. Fl. 14 
uiiu. 


l(i 


IOC) 


Hnlmr- Hill, 
S.W. lit. or Id. 


50 55 


18 S-4 








>f 


2F. 






WestcrganiH, 
.iitr. <.f I'ort 


57 27;} 


18 9-7 


Ill a iiiie show the direetion of 
the '"haiiiiel. 






., 


1 F. 


10 


. 


rtlicilm I.sland 


57 2() 


1^ 7-3 








(iLANli. 


t F. 


12 


103 


I'.ioiiiluihhi'n 

i;<Hk,o(rx.\v. 

point of Id. 


57 22 


17 0'5 








t1 


1 F. 


17 


1:53 


S. iH)int of Id. 


.-)fi 11-8 


10 24 5 










) F. 


10 


22 


Near Horgliolui 


.-)(•) .52 -1 


If. 38 








(Iniiiskar. 


1 F. 


12 


48 


Near Kalmar. 


50 :]',)■ \ 


10 22 1 








lri>i,ii4'0R Rks. 


1 Rfv.cv. 2min. 


11 


50 


On Tower on 
the S. Itnck 


55 57 


15 43 








Sanihiammak. 


2F. 


15 


104 


On the Cape 


55 23 


14 11 5 


N.N.W. and N.S.E., 750 yards. 






Ystad Harbour. 


1 F. White. 

LW. 
Green 


10 

4 
» 


,-)l 

20 
15 


On Beach, N. 

(if Port 
W. Fier-head 
E. Mole 


55 25-5 


13 50 


N.F. by N. and S.W, by S., 484 
yard.s. 







Iff 



H 



m 



so 



LIGHTS AND TIDES.— NOIJWAY. 



ff 



\t\ 



n-i 



1. 

Niiiiu' (il 
J.ii^lit. 



Nil, I if Iji^litM, 
t 'Imrftc'ti'V, &i'. 



2 



4. 

ill'lL,'llt 

• >l Light 
tlu' Heu. 



I leg liiilm. 

Sicilmic. 
Kiltvt'dt. 
liiMl I'dint. 



h/isto. 

Mdss llavcri. 

'rorjjorsii. 

I'l I l.lllK. 



TorKiiiitrii 1(1., 
Kri'iliTikstail 

l'".V.l{I>KI!. 

l''i'i'ili'rikNVii'rn. 



Wlicri' |iliii'til. 



6. 

I'liMitiiiii. 
Lilt. I Long. 



7. 

ItKMAUKS. 



8. 

H. W. 

at 



e. 

■H 



NORWAY. 



1 K. 
1 F. 
1 F. 
1 V. 



1 V. 

I F. I{,<1. 



I F. 



I Iti'v. ('V.;{iiiiii. 



.\riK» 
•1 
n 



12 



rA-ft. 

24 



37 
10 



;j or 4 lit 



1'. 



II7//7' gl.'irc till- to 



list ID s. 
I I'. 

I F. 

1 I'. /.'.</. 



L.ingotangi'n. 

• IllMKIU I AM>. 

Staiiulmliii. 
'r(.Kr\(;KN 

ISLANIIS. 



1 F. 
I I Hov. cv. ;jo s. 

I 

I 1 F. /{,<!. 

I 

! 2 F. 

1 F. 



Arcndal .Saiid- 
vii,'(Hlilriontr. 



< >xii, t'litranoi' to 1 F. 

('liristiansaiid 

Fiord. 
Oddor... niri,s- , 1 F. AV/. 
tiansaiul Fiord. I 



Na/.k oi-- Noh- , I Rev. ev. mill. 
WAV, iir Lin- , vi.i. 12 s. 

I>KSN.1>. 
I.ISTKK. 3 F. 



14 
lOor 
12 
24 

() or « 



lllor 
12 



I.Soi 
2(1 
Sor 
10 

18 or 
20 



8.11 



IS or 
20 

10 



ISor 
20 



Variuis, or War- 1 F. 
lias. 



I (ior 
■ 8 



3i; 

150 
140 



N, lit. of Holm 

MiddliMit'Ulaiid 

W. hIioiv 

( Ml pt. , '■'. ftidf, 

t'litr. to DrainH 

Fiord 
N. !•;. [loiiitof Id, 

I'], .sidt' ot ( 'anal, 

S. ciitraiicc 
N.W, j.t. of Id. 

.MiddU' of Id. 
.S. |i(iiiit 



Little l''ivrdi'r, 

or 'IVisti'iK'H 
StavaM-iiMo, .S. 
]it., K. side of 
I'haiimd 
40 S. |it. LaiiKoId.,' 
I'litraiico to I 
Laiigi'siiiiil j 
Fioril 

l.-JO .Middl.of alow 
wiiodid island ' 
33 li I'oiiil oi Id. 



N, 

' 

.V.) 53 i 
.V.> 4!f4 
5l» .'14 8 
5l» 31 !» 



5!> 23-3 
51) 2(i-4 

511 15 5 

,-.!) II 

59 9.5 
59 2 
58 59-5 



E. 

O / 

10 43 5 

10 :t(i-5 

10 37 '7 

10 2(1-3 



10 33 

10 39 8 

10 30-9 
10 3(i'7 

10 .50 3 
10 32-1 
10 4-5 



.-)8 .VJ-7 9 45-8 



From l.5tli .Inly to l."itli May. 
From .'ilst .Inly to 31.-Ht May. 
From l.'ith .Inly to 31st May. 
Fro> , I. ■.til .Inly to 3lHt May. 

.Ml lie year. 

From iHt (ictol)ir to 31st Miirch. 

From 15tli July to IstJiini'. 

All the year. A I'oglifll. 



A Fog-lKdl. 

From I5tli .liilv to 1st .Iiiiu'. 



V.W I s. 



oiiti'r To- 



eiicli 



riiiigi'ii 
N. or iniur Ti 



rnngi'M 
42 .Saiidvig ]ioint, 
W. .silk' 111 
t'lianiii'l 
135 S. Olid of Island 



58 .52-2 


9 3ti2 


.VS 42-7 


9 15 


.-.8 24 1 


8 -17 '7 


.-)8 24-8 


8 48 


58 20 3 


8 47-4 



Tlif ('(.-liiisi's liarely visible within 
10 miles. 



N.N.F and S.S.W., 1200 yards. 



58 4-4 ! 8 30 

I 



27 S.W. pt. of Id. : 58 8-2 ■ 8 0-5 



l.")9 On the Cape 



57 59 



Highest I ! 

125 I W. pt. of Lister ; 58 f)'5 ! 6 34-2 
Island 



87 i .'^. jioiiit of eiitr ,' 
I Lister Fiord 



58 10 G 37-3 



Towards the Sound, shown all the 
yeai ; and towards the Marliour, 
exci pti'ig from 31.st M,ay to 1st 
August, 

Feli|ises barely visible within 10 
miles. 

In Triangle, N. by W and .S. by 
i:. ; N.W, and S.F. 51 yds. each, 
N.W, by N, ami .S,]-:. "by S., 97 
yards. 



II, .M, Ft 



>;^ 



KdEKO. 



Fladholn 
Tunge N( 



LIGHTS AND TIDES.— NOIIWAV 



37 





9. 


w. 


t^, 


t 


,rg 


iC. 


M,.^ 



? 



1. 


2 


Ml " ■ i 

3. 


4. 


1 1 . 1 1 rsss 

0. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


Nftnu' of 


No. of Lights, 


.^ 

3 


ll.iKht 

of l-igllt 

aliov4' 


Wluro jdacctl. 


I'oHition. 


Hkmaiik.s. 


n. w. 


•? &) 


IJi{ht. 


Cliaractfr, &c. 




1 


at 


ix 








the Si'iv. 




Lat. 


Long. 




F. »V (.', 


«r 




■ 








N. 


■ H. 






1 






Mll.'M 


Fi'ct. 




/ 


o / 




IL .\I. 


i''t. 


lv!Klii>. 


1 K. 


I"-' 


71 


fS. F. ]iiiiiit, or 
\'ildi('rodd(Mi 


i'S 2.-) -3 


fl 59 (1 








»» 


I F. 


'JOol 

•-'4 
12 


i.-o 


W. |.t. of Island 


r>H 20 


5 52-2 








It 


1 F. 


41 


( iriiii.lNiiiid 


M 27 N 


5 54 2 
















Holm, N. W. 




















point 












I.i'.Ir '''fiHtci'll. 


1 1'. J{'il. 


12 


flO 


On tlif Inland 


.'.8 4<K) 


5 .■t()!» 


Visililf roun.l tlif ( 'onipaNS. 






I'laillinliili'll 


1 I'". 


8 


42 


N.W. .oint of 
iMJani 


M r>r).3 


5 ;(3-7 








Tuiige Nosh, 


1 l<^ 


4orC 


:)i 


On N. ]ioiiit, 
.".00 yds. N'.VV. 

of old Id, 1|... 


"•'.» 21 


5 .34-2 


I'roni 15th July to IGth May. 






ll\ iiiiNi;.s(i. 


I F. .t Fl. cv. 4 
iiiiiiu. 


20 or 
22 


145 


S. side of Id. 


".!» 37 


5 24-4 


Till' flash is prucfdi'd and followed 
l.y a short ucli|isi' of 25 h. 
Hvyond 10 miles nothing is seen 
but the tIasheH ; and it then 
assumes the appearance of a 
revolving light. 






Fi.il... 


1 l\ 


(> 


■ 


Oil tlio Island. 


.")!) r>3 


5 .34 4 


From 1.5th duly to IGth May. 






Skii.l.N'fssHavn 


1 V. 


4 


- 


- 


r.o 8-4 


5 10-8 


From 15th .luly to IGth May. 






Skudl! Nl'SH. 


1 K. 


(3 


".'> 


S. F, point of 
Kariiio 


."•!» 8 '4 


5 18 


From 1st October to 1st Ajiril. 
Screi'tU'd to the S.W,, its limits 
will not e.\t<'nd more westerly 
than S.W. to W., clears the Ost- 
bean Itock, one cable's length. 






Uiilvkc .Si.ii.l. 


I F. 


4 




Hukkcn Island, 
I'l. side, nai'- 
rowcst p.'irt of 
the Soniid 


.V.t 13 4 


5 27 


From 1st October to 1st April. 






K.ilili.Tvig, E. 


1 F. Jhil. 


3 


31 


X. .sidu of t'litr. 


59 17 2 


5 19-7 


From 15th August to 1st .\pril. 






.sido of Kaniio. 




















riisirtK. 


2 F. 


20 or 


248 

oaoli 


W. Sidf of Id. 


511 18-3 


4 .52-7 


N.W. and S. K. 220 yds. .-shown 
all the year. 






ll'iiivarile. 


1 F. 


ti 


03 


East siilo of 
KariMo 


50 10-3 


5 19-5 


All the year. 






S\itii<iri), N. 


1 F. 


12 


70 


On Itock 


59 25-4 


5 14 7 


All the year. 






t'ntnvnce. 




















Iv'icVUl-. 


I F. 


4 


02 


(iitturo 


59 20-1 


5 7-7 


Xot seen eastward. SIk.wu from 
1st October t.. 1st .\piil. 






liyvai'.lcii. 


1 F. 


4 


03 


On til.' point, 
Ifadiiii,' into 
i'.oniniid Fiord 


59 31 -G 


5 13 9 


I'rom l."ith July to ICth May. 






I'lspi'var. 


1 F. 


4 


7") 


S. .iitrancu of 
Marlioiir 


59 35 


5 9 3 


From 1st October to 1st Ajiril. 






LaiiL'i'vaail, 


1 V. 


3 or 4 


10 


Lille r.K'g;in 


59 3(3 -7 


5 152 


From 15th July to IGth May. 






I'll '111 liK'lo Til,, 




















E. siilf. 




















Midtliolinen. 


1 F. 


4orG 


38 


Mo.storhavn 


59 42 


5 24 2 


From 15th July to IGth May. 






F.ilgfra'ii. 


1 F. 


4ort» 


.-.0 


( >n Island, at 
Stoksiind 


59 47 'S 


5 18-7 


From 15th July to IGth May. 






Si.oTTERo, Sei.uo 


1 F. 


18 or 


148 


On tUu Island 


59 S4-5 


5 4-5 


Visible eastward and towards the 






Fionii, S.entr. 




20 










Fiord. All the year. 






* txliaitiinor. 


1 F. 


4 


LSO 


i:. .side of Sell)o 


59 59-3 


5 13-3 


Fr.nn 15th July to IGth May. 






PiiiH.iIiii. 


1 F. 


4 


32 


Hagholm Sound 


60 5-2 


5 11 -5 


From 15th July to IGth May. 







' • 1 

i 






i 

1? 






38 



LIGHTS AND TIDES.— NORWAY. 



ii r 



■till' 



S- " I ij 
..„ LI 



1. 

Name of 
Light. 



No. of Liglits, 
Character, &c. 



Loeroen. 
Rcrgen. 

SKzEU.AN(iEK. 



Hei.leso. 



1 F. 
1 F. 
1 F. 



1 Flsli. cv. mill, 
of 12 s. duration 



Rondo. 

Hogsten. 

Aalesuiuls. 
Waklerhoiig. 

LeiwoRoef Lt.v 

QvrrnoLM. 

CHKI.STIAN.SIXI). 



Ilii.ht 

of Light 

alxivo 

the Sea. 



Where placcil. 



Miles 

4 

4 

12 or 
14 



IS to 
20 



1 F. 

1 Rev. ev. 3 mill, 



1 F. 

1 F. 

1 F. 

1 F. & Fish, of 
12 6,. ev. min. 

IF. 



20 oi 

24 

12 



4 
4 



18 or 
20 



Feet. 
;■).") 
40 
5(5 



150 



Leervig. 


1 F. 


RlXdIKJL.M. 


1 F. 


Terniiigen. 


1 F. 


.Xgik'lKl.S. 


1 F. 


Muiikliolm, 
Troiulhjc.iu. 

Ro.lo. 


i F. 
1 F, 


^'IL^A. 

Prj-sto, Folilen 
Fiord, 


1 Rev., ev. 4 

iiiiu. a Hash. 
1 F. 


Bulioliiicn, or 


1 F. 


Broiiiisuiid 
ciitrauce. 




(iryto Isliiiid. 


1 F. 


V'aag, f)r N. 
Hellig Vaer. 
Klopyn, iir 

<;|n]l(li. 


1 F. Ihd. 
1 V. 


Reine Harhoiir. 


1 F. 


Svino, 


1 F. n,,i. 



14 



12 

StolO 
10 

IG 

!Sor 

20 

12 

10 



ir, 

12 

lOol 

12 



lOoi 

12 



1." 
40 

12 
40 

24 

l.'iO 

c,■^ 

50 

4;} 
27;i 

128 
.35 
41 

48 

l.'iO 

40 

lyo 



W. side of Id. 

NordiKTS |)oiiit 

N.W. side of 

Holzenii Id. 



On the Island 



6. 

Position. 



Lat. 



Long. 



AV. pt. of Id., 

IhvA Sound 
Codi. Id., S.E. 

point ; Bred 

Sound 
Moloeii jKiint 
S. ]ioint of 

WalderiJ 
S.E. partof r.ef, 

in ■'{ fathoms 
N.W. pt.of Id 



Stavnies, the 

N. K. point of 

Averii 
N. side of Id. 
On tlu' nock, ', 

mile otl' F. pt. 

of Ld<lo 
On the Island 
On the ]H)int 
On tile Fortress 

Fligliist pt. of 

Island 
t In the Island 

On the Islet 

N. side of Id. 

S.E. side of Id. 
N.I-:, pt. of Id. 

Siirvaagen, S. 

sidi.' of fi;tr. 
Olcnilsiieiis 

island's point 

Neai lialstad 



N. 

GO u-;* 

GO 24 
GO 3G-G 



GO 45-1 



G2 2.'. 
62 28 

G2 287 
02 30' 1 

G2 .35 5 

G.3 2 '2 

G3 1-S 



E. 

O ' 

5 10-3 
5 18-5 
4 57 



4 43 



7. 
Remarks. 



G3 
G3 

(i,3 
G3 
G3 

G4 

CA 

G4 

05 



(i-5 

18-7 



29-G 
38 2 



22-5 
32 vS 
474 
28-5 



C7 23 3 
G7 3G 

G7 53-5 

G7 55-8 
08 3 



35 2 
1-5 

8-5 
7-4 

14-5 

12-5 



7 38- 



7 42 

8 13-4 



I) !) 
'.) 40 5 

10 24 -S 

10 27-4 
1(1 110 

11 7-5 

12 13-5 

13 .52-7 

14 1-7 

13 4-5 
13 8-5 
13 34-5 



From 15th .Inly to IGth May. 

From 15th August to .30th Ajiril. 

Shown from 15th July to 16th 
May. Serves as a guide to 
vessels taking the north passage 
to Bergen. 

Between the Hashes an eclipse 
wlien 8 miles di.stant. A new 
towir building and a temporary 
F. It., visible 10 miles, shows 14 
feet N.N.E of new tower, and 
when bearing between S. and- 
S. W. ,^ W. is covered by the 
new tower. 

From 1st August to 16th May. 

From 1st August to IGth May. 
Vessels must keeji to the west- 
ward of light. 

From 16th August to 1st May. 

From l()th August to 1st May. 

Visililc round the horizon. Shown 
from 1st August to 16th May. 

Between the llaslns an eclijise 
when 8 miles distant. Shown 
from 1st August to 16th May. 

Shown from 1st Aug. to IGth Ma> , 



8. 

H. \V. 

at 
F.&C. 



9. 



o a 
.S'C 



From 15th August t') 1st May. 

From 15tli August to Isu May. 
Ist SeptendKT to 14tli A]iril. 



M. il. 
1 30 



Ft. 







ill 



Staiiiauii 
IIk.vnmm 
Sjaahohi 
( h'svaag. 

Kjeiieii, 

Island, 
Stanghol 
Itjertiioli 

ASDK.V/El 

Hekkiiigt 
lang Pi 

Haiiiiiierf 

Turn Hoi 



■^\-i;itiii N 
Oni.ov. 

.Mol'jnvE' 



"^I'SIluVl'ts 
■Mill 1)11 i; 



lMi;iNSK. 



■Vetsk 



I ' The Llf 



LIGHTS AND TIDES.— WHITE SEA. 



39 



8. 


9. 


[. \v. 


•^i^ 


at 


"T 


.&C. 


«,=- 


^I. JI. 


Ft. 


1 30 


•1 



I) <t 



it' 



1. 


2. 


3 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


Name of 


No. of Lights, 
Cliaraeter, (tc. 


'm 


Height 

of Light 

above 

the Sea. 


Where placed. 


Position. 


Remarks. 


H. W. 

at 
F.&C. 




Liglit. 


Lat. 


Long. 


.2 'u 








1 N. 


E. 










• 


Miles 


Feet. 


1 o / 


' 




If. M. 


Ft. 


Stain sund. 


1 F. 


OorS 


56 


Tornholm, S. 
point. 


08 7-2 


13 53 


Ist September to 14th April. 






Henninusv.ek. 


I Rev. ev. .3niin. 


10 or 
18 


110 


Qiiitverden 


08 8-5 


14 14-5 


From 15th Augu.st to 1st May. 






Sjaaholnien. 


1 F. 


4 


.•50 


Skraaven's 
Harbour 


08 9 5 


14 41-5 


From Ist September to 14th April. 






( h'sviiag. 


IF. 


G 


89 


Sago..nld.,N.E. 


68 11-7 


14 27 








Kjoi'iL'ii, or Kie 


1 F. 


4 


52 


nlLlt. 

Svolvajr 


08 13 2 


14 37 


Ist Se[itember to 14th April. 






Island, S [it., 




















Stangl)()lin. 


IF. 


11 


42 


I 08 10-0 


15 38 


15th August to 30th April. 






lljii-tliolniun. 


1 F. 


10 or 
12 


05 


Lodingens \ 08 24-5 
Harbour, E. • 
side 


10 3 


15th .Vuguat to Ist May. 






Anhkn.ks. 


1 F. & Fish. ev. 
3 in in. 


18 or 
20 


130 


N. part 09 19-5 


10 8-2 


15th August to 1st May. Visible 
round the horizon. 


12 




lli'kkinL'cii, Ma- 
lang iiord. 


1 F. 


14 


C8 


Hekkiuglsluud, 09 30 


17 50'5 


15th August to 1st May. 


12 










N. side 












llaiDiiRTfebt. 


1 F. 


10 or 
12 


33 


Fuglentes Id. , 
extreme point 


70 40-2 


23 40 


25th August to 20th April. 


1 10 

1 


'.) 


Turn Hdlra. 


1 F. 




- 


lugo Island 


71 5 


24 4 


Bidldimj. 







Sviatoi Noss. ! I F. 

(ll!l,OV. 1 F. 



MnliJoVKTH. 



SdSIloVt'ts. 
.MiilDUCA. 



K.MnNSK. 



Solovt'tskl Id. 



20 , 298 

1 
17 I 222 



1 F 

1 F. 
1 F. 

I F. 

1 F. 



14 



13 



150 



139 



WHITE SEA.* 

39 47-7 
07 11-2 



Highest, or 1 08 9-S 



16 I 14(J 

17 140 



Sijuthern Hill 
N.E.pt.ofCape, 07 11-2 41 20-5 

1200 yds. from 

the Beach 
N.VV. i.oiut of iOO 45-7 42 30 

the Island, 540J 

yards in shore j 
Centre of Island] 00 29-3 40 43 4 
Near the Berezov' 04 55 '5 40 10 

Bar, Dviua R. i 



N . height of the 

Id., Gulf of 

< )nega 
Oi Sekirnoi Hill! 

Church, Onega' 

Gulf 



65 12-2 

05 7 



36 51 
35»37-5 



11 20 



II 44 

Archangel Pilots meet vessels 4 5 50 



9 15 



miles without the Shoals of the 
Bar. 



Ti mporarij, on trial. 



5 15 



5 



14 



It 

18 



' The Lights in the White Sea are shown from ist August to 1st November ; the two last mentioned until the I6th of that month. 



■'J I 

m 



w 



II » 



^1 



I ' f 



I 



! H 



FRANCE.— N. W. COAST 



NaiiiL' of 
Light. 



<Mk.ssant. 
(L'shant) 



Al)orvrao li. 



Ilf. Vierge. 



Ile hK Ba8. 



.\Jurli\ix. 



TriagDZ. 

IV.iumanacli 

I'nrt. 
i'lTrus lload. 



2 

Xo, of Lights, 
Character, &o. 



>> Ili'iuht 

3 !(ifLi"i;ht 

^ al)ri\H> 

m 1 , 

:r :the Soa. 



Where jilaced. 



Position. 



Lat. 



Long. 



Remarks. 



8. 

H. W. 

at 
V. & ('. 



9. 



O ic 



?H 7". 



1 F. 



Miles 
I 20 



1 r.ev. ev. 20 a. 24 



1 F. /,'((/. 
1 F. 
I F. 

1 F. Green. 

1 J F. & Kl. A 

I Bed Fhish cv. j 

4 mill. 

I I 

1 Rev (.v. mill. , 

I 1 F. I 

I I 

!iF. I 

1 F. .t Fl. ev. ' 

I 2 mill. 

'. 1 F. /l,:<f. 

I 1 Rev. Flasli, 
lied and n/iih] 
] F. /.'(//. \ 

IF. 

I j 

IF. i 



10 
4 
4 
.S 

lo 

24 

10 

14 

10 

o 



Feet. 



10 



12 



12 



1 F. 



Stiff Bay, N. 

point, N.E. pt. 

of Island 
N.W. j.t. of Id. 



22(5 riimjiiieniean 

Steo]ile,\V..'<i(h.' 
59 I He Vrac'li, N. 

■ side of eiitr. 
49 Head trfSt. An- 

I toine ('I'lx'k 
29 ' K. ]>t. of r.-Uiie 

Beach 
1(18 109 yanld from 
, tile K, jxiint of 
the Island 

22;{ Wost.ii) jiart of 

I the Ishuid 

i 

02 Jaidiii. '.r Li .net, 

Islam 1 

285 T..iir la Lniide 

■ lIl.NnilV 






i\. 




48 


28 


■5 


4S 


27 


•G 


48 


;i(i 


•9 


48 


lio 


■7 


48 


35 


9 



I 



48 as -4 

48 44-7 

I 
48 40-5 

48 as -2 

I 
48 40-4 ; 



w. 

o / 

5 .{-5 

5 7-8 

4 ;{4-7 
4 33-5 
4 33-7 
4 34 2 

4 1-7 

3 53-4 
3 .-.3 -2 



Eclijtses, succeeded hy one Ji'id 
and two White faces, each lasting 
20 s. 

\ S. K. liy E.& r. ,:, 2;| miles. The.se 
( two lights ill one lead into the 
I Cliannel, S(» yards S. uf the 
) I'etit I'ot de Ihieriv. 

These two light.s in one, take n]i 
fmni the tiiriiier liylit.'^, when 
the I'etit Tut is ]iassed, and 
leail up t" the aiielioiage. 

The nd Hash is preceded and 
f(dlowed liy a slmrt eclipse, 
which dots net n]i|Mar tutal 
within the di.stance (if 12 miles. 

In ordinary weather the eelip.ses 
ilo imt appear tutal within the 
distance of 12 miles. 



IL M. 
3 32 



■2 \ S.W. l,y S.and N. K. hy N. hi 
j ;■ one. tliev gi\e the direction of 
3 .")2-6 - ) X.\w Channel. 



4t) < liateiin (111 I 

Taiircuu ] 

99 <;uen Rras 1 48 52' 

i 
1)9 '»ii ilif pciid i -IS ,".0 

33 ^ N.K. .-lidre, neai' 4S 48 
I Naiituuar | 

Bridge | 

2.".3 lyii An,/, K.r 



3 38 
3 29 
3 23 



jean, T.'iOyds. j 

fr.im fdinier It. 1 

SO /•-'// Anion', l)c- ! 

liiiid tli( I'ig i 

I eoii-lidiisi, 32.sj 

' yardv 

2.Vt /.•/"'. I 'v,/,K.,.,„-i i 

j gent, I .^ niiJ* » 

froiii luinier It.! 



48 47 8 3 23 -5 



48 47-9 ;t 2()' 



48 40-7 3 28-4 



To light the aiich.irage in the N. 
part of M(irlai,\ Road. 



The Naiitoiiar and Kerjean Its. 
in line indicate the ilireetioii 
of the western jias.'^age into 
I'l'ii IS liay ; the I'im (111 house 
and i\er]irigent lights in line, 
the direction ni the (astern 
passable N'csscls inleiidiiig to 
enter the I'cit of I'ciros liy the 
we.stirii passage shmild le.ive 
the line (if dllii tiiill of the tW(i 

former lis. a little licfdre the 
I'igediidionse and Kerprigent 
Its. conic in -iglit ; tlie two 
latter liglits in iine lead in. 



4 14 



4 49 



4 53 



5 15 



I''t. 
191 



21 



Nam 
Lig 



Treguier 



Sei'T Tsl] 



Hkaix d 

Bkeha 

Briihat Is 



lies Saint 
Portrieux 



Biiiic Fori 
l.cgiKJ Po: 
Frehel, 



•St. Malo. 

MiiKpiiers 
Light V 

Caucale, 
La Hon 

(! KAN VI LI. 



CUAU.SEY 

Rcgnovilk 
Seufipict. 
Porthail. 



<;.\RTEREr 
i i'ielette, 



I I KliSEV. 



8. 


9. 


H. W. 

at 
F. & ('. 




II. M. 


Ft. 


•.i ;{2 


1!». 



4 14 



4 49 '2-A 

I 

4 r,;i 24 



5 IT) 24; 



LIGHTS AND TIDES.— FRANCE. 



41 



1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6 


, 


7. 


8. 


9. 


Name of 


No. of Ligbte, 
Character, &c. 


la 


Height 

of Light 

above 

the Sea. 


Where placed. 


Position. 


Remarks. 


H. W. 

at 
F.&C. 




Light. 


Lat. 


Long. 














N. 


W. 












Miles 


Feet. 




' 


O ' 




H. M. 


Ft. 


Trcguier River. 


1 F. Bed. 


7 


105 


Near the Mill of 
St. Autoine 


- 


■ 


( S.S.E., & v.i'., 1531 yds. In one 


5 32 


25 




IF. 


6 


46 


On the Harbour 


48 51-6 


3 8 


( lead into the Grand Pass. 














Mill 






) 






Sei't Isles. 


1 F. 8t Fl. ev. 
3 inin. 


15 


184 


lie aux Moines, 
E. end 


48 52 '8 


3 29-0 


Obscured by Rouzic Island and 
p]astern end of Bono, when bear- 
ing W. JS. Usually the eclipses 
are not total within 6 miles. 


• 




Hkaux de 


I F. 


20 


148 


N.E. side, lea 


48 54-5 


3 5-3 


. 


5 45 


31 


Hkkuat. 








Heaux Ledge 












Brehat Isle. 


2 F. Bed. 


6 


r.7 


Pai lu pt. , N. E. 


48 52 


2 59 '3 


) 










8 


90 


extreme ; and 
on Hosedo Hil- 
lock, E. side 


48 51 -5 


3 0-4 


f W. iS., Ai^.y., 1768 yards. 


5 51 


31 


lies Saint Quay. 


IF. 


10 


49 


Harbour Island 


48 40 


2 48 6 








I'ortrieux. 


1 F. Bed. 


3 


29 


16 yards from 
extremity of 
Pier 


48 38-8 


2 49-5 




6 


31 


Biiiic Port. 


IF. 


10 


36 


PenthicvreMole 


48 36-1 


2 49-0 


. 


6 3 


30 


Lcgue Port. 


1 F. 


10 


49 


Aigle point 


48 32-2 


2 43-2 








Freheu 


1 Rev. ev. 4 min. 


22 


259 


On the Cape 


48 41-1 


2 19-2 


In ordinary weather the eclipses 
do not api)ear total within 12 
miles distance 






St. iMalo. 


IF. 


10 


33 


On the Mole, 
des Noires 


48 38-7 


2 1-9 


- 


6 5 


35 


MiiKpiiers Bank 




10 


- 


S.W. point of 


- 


- - 


Expected shortly to be in position. 


6 6 


35 


Light Vessel. 








Bank 












("ancale, Port of 


IF. Bed. 


a 


30 


FenOtre Rock 


48 40-3 


1 51-2 








La Hoiile. 




















(iliANVILLE. 


1 F. Bed. 


4 


2() 


New Mole Head, 


48 49-9 


1 36 4 


. 


6 13 


37 










W. sideofentr. 




( 








IF. 


15 


154 


Granville Rock, 


48 50-1 


I 36-9 i 






*) 








or C. Liliou 












(.'IIAVSEY ID3. 


1 P.&FL;a7?(Z 
Hash ev.4 min. 


1- 


121 


S.E. point 


48 52 '2 


1 49-4 


Usually the eclipses are not total 
wicliin the distance of 10 miles. 


6 9 


35 


Uogiieville. 


1 F. 


10 


33 


Agon point 


49 0-5 


1 34 9 


- 


6 20 


35 


Si;ue'(Hiet. 


1 F. Bed. 


10 


56 


Passage Deroute 


49 5-5 


! 39 '8 








Porthail. 


1 F. 


8 


* 


En Amuiit, on 
summit of 
Church Tower 


40 20-1 


i u2 1 


[These two lights, in one, lead 
r into the Port. 








I F. Bed. 


G 


33 


L'n Aval, 953 


. 


- 














yds. S.W. 4 S., 
on point Dune 






J 






t'ARTERET. 


1 Rev. ev. i min 


18 


262 


About 100 yds. 
E. of the Cape 


49 22-4 


1 48-5 


Eclipses do not api)ear total within 
6 ndles. 


6 25 


31 


Diuk'tte. 


1 F. 


5 


23 


Jettyllead 


49 33 1 


1 51-7 


N.W.andS.E. 169 yards. Inline 








1 F. Bed. 
I F. 


8 


75 


Head of Harb. 
Gouray Pier- 


" 


: : 


lead into tho Harbour. 
Gas. 






1 KltSEV. 












head 












IJ 


1 F. 





31 


St. Holier ; on 
Victoria or 
NewS. Pier 


49 10-5 


2 7-3 








It 


1 F. Bed. 


3 


15 


St. Helier ; 
Albert or N. 
Pier 


49 10 6 


2 72 




6 2,-) 


30.1 






Ulill 






:!i 



;' , I- 



■\ ! ■ 



11 



.; ! 



H 



! '■ 



I ; 



42 



Name of 
Light. 



Tersey. 



GUERNSEV. 



Alderucy. 



C'ASQrETS. 



( 'ape de l.A 
Hague. 



Cherbourg. 



Bf'quut Port. 
U\i. 

Bvrtri.Eti!. 



LIGHTS AND TIDES.-IRANCE 



Sairo pi lint. 



St. \'ast La 
Houguo. 



2. 

No. of Lights, 
Cliaracter, &c. 



3. 


4. 


43 


Height 


rs 


of Light 




above 


^ 


the Sea. 



5. 



Where phiceiL 



6. 

Position. 
Lat. ! Long. 



Remarks. 



n. 

H. W. 

at 
F.&C. 



9. 



1 F. Blue. 
1 F. /.'«/. 

1 F. 



1 Rev. ev. 4.") s. 
lied. 



IF. 

2F. Ih.d. (iiis 

3 Rev. ev. 20 s. 
IF. 

1 F. 

1 F. lUd. 

j 1 F. & Fi. o\-. 

I 3 mill. 

I IF. (!,■<.' n. 

1 F. 

1 F. II', \ 

•1 V. WhU, & 

Ii<d light.s. 
I F. & Fl. ; a 
i /?«/ Fl. ev. ;{ 
mill. I 

1 Rev. ev. .^miii 

2F. 
1 V 

I 1'. R>d. 



Miles 
3 



Feet. 
17 
40 



10 to 00 
12 



12t( 
14 



II 

J to 9 

15 
20 

10 

2 

10 

2 

10 

:! 



100 



34 



113 

each 



154 



01(1 N. Pier 
Uj>i)erPierJ{oa(l 

Outer extr.jA'er- 
clut Brkw ater 
St. (.."atheriue's 
Bay 

Hauois, or 
Hanoveau.K 
Roeks, S.W. 
Rock 

St. Pierre, S. 
Pier-head, S. 
side of entr. 

Rraye Harboui'; 
ou old Pier & 
N.E. Corner of 
Reading Room 

Highest of tlie 
( 'a.s(juet Rocks 



Ciros du Raz 
Rock summit 
W. 4 S. i mile 
from the Cajte 
•">!> (Juard House, 
Fort Querque- 
-.p-^ ville 
•^C^Vesteru Head, 
Breakwater 
00 Central Furt of 
La Digue 
Eastern Head 
I do. 
S") j Fort Imipc^rial, 

j Pelee island 
33 Port de Com- 
merce, E. Jetty 



30 

23 

115 



22 

8 

9 

10 



On the ( 'apo 



23() On the Cape 

.S. side of entr. 



23 
43 
30 

30 



49 lOo 
49 13.3 

49 20 

49 27 1 

49 43 '3 

49 43-3 
49 43-4 

49 40-3 

49 40 5 
49 40-5 

49 40-3 



W. 



49 41-7 



49 41-8 1 10 



49 4<J1 



Iti ville l'ie<ioubt 
S.W. face 



1-2 



42-2 



2 32-1 



12 4 



H. M. 



o 6b 



Ft. 



1 57-3 



I 41-1 



38-9 
37-2 



1 35-1 



E. N. F. , 080 yards from Victoria 
Pier, 



Visible rcuul the Western horizon, 



When running into the Harbour 
bring the light W.N. W. 

S. W. by W. & V. r. , :\';0 yds. 11ie 
old Pier light is screened in tlie 
direction of all dangers. 

E. .^ N., 02 yards; S.W. i W., 
40 yards ; N. W. -^ W., 24 yds. 
A Fog-bell. 



37 
G 40 

45 



Temporary. 



1 28-5 



I 15 8 



49 30-4 j 1 1;M» 

i 
Extr. uf Jetty j 49 35-2 j I l.>0 



The eclipses do not a)>])par total 
withm the distance of 12 miles. 



\ In one gives the direction of the 
J entrance to the Port. 

When in one with Cape Barflenr 
ligl)t it shows the M extent of 
the <I'ingers near Tatihou Island 

A Fog-bell. 



7 49 



8 51 



2() 

17,1 

15i 



17 



17 



n. 


9. 


li. w. 


"SS, 


at 
F.&C. 





H. M. 



G Tt 



G 4G 



(i 45 



4'.) 



8 r.i 



Ft. 



2() 



ITi 



ir)A 



17 



17 



LIGHTS AND TIDES.— FRANCE 



43 



1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


6. 


6 




7. 


8. 


9. 


Name of 
Light. 


No. of Lights, 
Cha'-acter, &c. 




Heif;ht 

of Light 

aboN e 

the Sea. 


^\^lore placed. 


Position. 


Remarks. 


H. W. 

at 
F.&C. 


^■2 


Lat. 


Long. 














N. 


W. 












Miles 


Feet. 




O ' 


o / 




M. H. 


Ft. 


Miirsalinc. 


IF. 


10 


•2S2 


(M\ the Mound 


4v,' .34-2 


1 19-4 








St. Marcoiif. 


1 F. 


10 


5(i 


lie du Large 


49 29-0 


1 8-9 


■ - 


9 55 


20 


D'lsigny Port. 


1 F. 


10 


4G 


Fnnafd'amont 


49 19-3 


I G-7 


) N by 'A i E., and I', v., 30G 






)) 


1 F. 


8 


23 


Fanal d'aval 


- - 


■ - 


i y/rds. 






Grandeamp. 


1 F. 


3 


2G 


875 yards W. of 
Cliurch 


49 23-4 


1 2'G 








Poi't-en-Bessiu. 


-■ { 


G 


02 


I'tuKd d\ii'(d 


49 21 


45 G 


) N.E. by E. and c. r., 79 yards. 


8 57 


20 




6 


VM 


Faiuil dhiMont 


- 


- 


) Lattershown when 12 ft. on bar 






I'oiNTEDE Ver. 


1 F. & Fl. ev. 
4 miu. 


15 


1-38 


On the slope of a 
small hill, 800 
yds. from the 
sea 


49 20-5 


31-2 


Flash is preceded and followed by 
a short eclipse beyond G miles. 






('(mrseiilles. 


1 F. 


G 


30 


W. Jetty Head 


49 20-3 


27-5 


- 


9 7 


20 


l.'Oruc River. 


■:.F. 


10 


02 


FaiKil d'amotit, 
on the Church 
Tower, d'Oyes- 
trehani 


40 IG-G 


15 6 


West side of entrance. In one 
]ioint out the entrance of the 






n 


- 


4 


30 


Finidl (Varnl 


















near the Re- 


49 171 


15 


i_'hannelinto the river Orne. 














doubt d'Oyes- 




















treham 






/ 






*» 


1 F. Bad. 


.1 




Nearextr. ofii. 
end, W. Jet.y 


- - 


- - 


.Shows from 3 hours before to 
same after H.W. Temporary. 






M 


1 F. O'l-i'iui. 


■) 


25 


East Jetty 


49 171 


14-8 










i 


6 


33 


Fanal d'amont 


49 21-7 


East 
4-7 


■ 153 yards apart. In one gi res 






Tdikjiu'S Iiiver, 


2 V. ) 












the dii-ection of tlie Clian. of 






or Trouvillc. 


I 


6 


20 


Faiial d'aral 


- 


- 


Trouville. Latter shows when 
J 7 feet on bar. 






»» 


1 F. Green. 


>■) 


25 


N. [lart, E. Jetty 


- - 


- - 








]{ivKit Skine. 




















HoNFLEUR 


1 V. Bed. 


() 


29 


New E. Jetty 


- 


- 


Shows when 6.^ feet at entrance. 


9 29 


23i 


M 


1 F. 


15 


82 


Hospital Jetty, 
N.W. extremity 
of Town 


49 25-5 


13G 








Katoiville. 


IF. &Flsh.; a 
Bed Fish. ev. 
;S miu. 


20 


420 


On the Heights 


49 24 9 


19-4 








hcrville. 


1 F. 


8 


. 


N. of the Church 


- 


. 








La llo(|Ue. 


1 F. 


8 


- 


On thept., near 
the Hermitage 


- 


- 








Qviilk'ba>uf. 


IF. 


10 


42 


N. extremity of 


49 28-5 


31-9 


- 


10 6 


9.1, 










Quillelxeuf 




















Quay 












I 


1 V. Bed. 


'^ 


- 


N. part of Mole 


- 


- 








''I'lirval. 


1 F. 


3 


- 


3,( miles above 
Quillebanif It. 


- 


- 








DAizier. 


1 F. 


4 


20 


NeartheChurch 


. 


- 








>■■ \ac|iierie. 


1 F. 


3 


20 


li miles above 
.Vizier Church 


• 


• 









i 



M'n 



u 



LIGHTS AND TIDES.— FRANCE. 



i 









li I 



1. 


2. 


1 

3 


4. 


8. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


Name of 


No. of Lights, 
Character, 8ic. 


S 
> 


Heiglit 

of Light 

above 

the Sea. 


Where placed. 


Position. 


Rkmark-s, 


H. W. 

at 
F.&C. 




Light. 


Lat, 


Long. 


«i 












N. 


E. 












Miles 


Feet. 




/ 


/ 




H. M. 


Ft. 


Caudebecquct. 


IF. 


3 


■ 


1321 yanls east- 
ward of Caude- 
bec Church 












Villequier. 


IF. 


3 


■ 


W. of Vatteville 
Church, 1 mile 


■ 


». 






1 


Meanil. 


1 F. 


4 


23 


- 


- 


- 




. 




Tancarville. 


IF. 


8 


- 


On the point 


- 


" 








Mode. 


1 F. 


8 


- 


<^n tlic point 


- 


- 








Hoc. 


IF. 

• 


10 


39 


On the point, N. 
bank 


49 28 8 


11-2 


[A Fog-bell. Coloured glasses 






Havtie. 


1 F. 


10 


39 


N.W. Jeity 


49 29 


61 


have been so arranged in a 

-I lantern, on the quay of the 

outer harbour, as to lead uj) 


9 5i 


22 


»» 


1 F. Orange. 


3 


23 


S.E. Pie- 


- 


• 




















to Francois Tower. 






La Heve. 


2 F. 


20 


397 


ot i,i 'Avpe 


49 .SO -7 
8.W. 


4 


N.E. 4N., &i;.v., 69 yards. 

















Tower 










Fecamp. 


1 F. 


20 


420 


I'agnet '<"[i '■ 


49 46-1 


22 1 






• 


Fecamp Harbour 


1 F. & Fish. ev. 


10 


39 


N. Jely. ;- 


49 45-9 


21 -1 


•Shows when 10 feet water in Chan. 


10 44 


23^ 




3 min. Jied. 






yards from ex- 












m 






tremity 












»j 


1 F. Eed. 


3 


29 


S. Jetty 


- 


- 








St. Valery-en- 


1 F. 


(5 


29 


W. Jetty, 72 


49 52-4 


42 5 


Shows when 84 feet water in Chan. 


10 40 


27 


Caiix. 








yds. from Head 












»t 


1 F. Bed. 


3 


24 


Extreme oi E. 
Jetty 


49 52-4 


42-5 








AlLLY. 


1 Rev. ev. min. 


27 


30") 


On the point 


49 55 1 


57-5 


Eclii)8e8 not total within 10 miles. 






Dieppe. 


IF. 


10 


39 


TV. Mole, .38 yds. 
from Head 


49 56 


1 4-9 


When 104 feet water in the pas- 
sage. 


11 6 


27 


»> 


3F. 


4 


23 


E.Mole, 11yds. 
from Head 


- 


- 


1. Lighted all night. 






• 




- 


31 


- 


- 


- 


2. From 24 hours before till 2 
hours after H.W. 












27 








3. Between the two former — 
lighted 2 hours befort H.W., 
and at H.W. is extingnished. 

The two latter are not lighted 
wL, \ the weather prevents all 
acces' *o th' Jort. For the 
guiii.'Uicc of vessels the mast 
suppo -ting the lights is jit 
vertic'l while the vessel j>re- 
serves her pro])er course ; but 
should she deviate the mast is 
incliried to that side to, ards 
which she ought to steer. 

Vessels desirous of profiting by 
these signals should show two 








• 












lightf , cue forward and one aft. 






Tr(=i.ort. 


Bed. 


3 


- 


E. Jetty, ex- 
tremity 


• 


- 


. 


11 


27 


i> 


1 F. 


10 


3C 


W. Mole, 2.- 
yds. from Hea( 


50 3-9 


1 22 1 


.Shows when 64 ft. water in Chan. 







Crotoy. 



Walde. 



LIGHTS AND TIDES.— FRANCE. 



45 



8. 


9. 


I. w. 


•SSi 


at 


-•c 


.&C. 


(2 ^ 



M. 



D -51 



9 44 



3 40 



Ft. 



22 



23^ 



27 



27 



1. 


2- 


3. 


4. 


6. 


e 


(. 


Name of 


No. of Lights, 
Character, &c. 


1 
■3 


Height 

of Light 

above 


Where placed. 


Position. 


Tiight. 










►> 


the 8ea. 




Lat. 


Long. 












N. 


E. 






Miles 


Feet. 




1 


1 


SOMME lllVER. 














(,'ayeux. 


IF. 


4 


- 


812 yds. S.W. 
of (Jayeux It. 


50 10-2 


1 29 


Oayeux. 


1 F. & Fl. ev. 4 
lain. 


1") 


92 


La Sonime R. 
ij. side entr. 


50 11-7 


1 30-7 


11 


IF. 


4 


" 


I'ointe du Hour- 
del, S. side of 
entrance 


50 12 -9 


1 33 9 


Crotoy. 


IF. 


4 


" 


N. side entrance 


50 12-9 


1 37-3 


Hantlianc of 


1 F. 


10 


G(j 


N. side. Mouth 


50 24 


1 33 5 


Berck 








of rAuthio 
River 






Etatlks, or 


2 F. 


20 


174 


Touquet, sov.th 


.50 31 4 


1 35-5 


Can'che Kiver. 






each 


side of entr. 


s. 


Lt. 




IF. . 


G 


o2 


Lornel point, N. 
side of entr. 


50 33() 


1 34*) 














Alpubck Point 


1 F. & Fl. ; a 

Red flash ev. 
2 min. 


12 


IGl 


21 miles S.W. 
of Boulogne 


50 41 9 


1 33-7 


Boulogne 


2 F. Vertical. 


I) 


43 


.S.W. Jetty 


50 43-9 


1 .35 1 


O 






33 


Head 






^^ 


1 F. Red. 


4 


40 


N.E. Jetty, near 
extremity 


- - 


• - 


Grisnez. 


1 Rev. ov. 4 mill 


22 


226 


'j n\ile S. of tlu' 
Cape 


50 52 2 


1 34-9 


Calais. 


1 F. Red. 


<) 


ir, 


Extnme of W. 
■I'-'tty 


" 


■ 




IF. 


9 


39 


Extreme of E. 




. 










Jetty 








1 F." & Fl. ev. 4 


20 


190 


On a Tower in 


30 57-7 


1 511 


j> 


mill. 






the old fortifi- 
cations 






Walde. 


I F. & FL ; a 
Red Hash ev. 
2«)h. 


10 


34 


On the jwnt 


50 59-8 


1 ,15 -1 


(iRAVEUNE.S. 


1 F 


1.") 


9") 


Frtrt Philip|H, 


51 0-3 


2 6 -5 










F.. si<le of fWr. 








2F. 


G 


20 


S.W. M'<4*:- of 


.51 0-3 


2 G-2 




« 


ea 


ch 


Fort Philippe 






1 Huikoriiui.'. 


1 F. 


'5tol2 
or 15 


Ho 


Tour de Heng- 

reaar, S. by 
I?;. 4 K., 24<')6 
yds. from eurtw. 






.. 


1 F. Red. 


.1 


2S 


W. M..kHead 


. 


- 


' 


I Rev. ev. min. 


24 


194 


Pkr-heatl, 87r) 
yanls S, by E. 
1 E. from the 
entrance 


51 3 


2 22-6 


1 


1 F. OreeM. 


.3 


20 


Extr. of Jetty, 
E. of Port 


51 3-4 

i 


2 21-5 



7. 

Bemarks. 



8. 


H. W. 


at 


F. & C. 



From 3i hours after flood-tide to 
1 \ hours after ebb, to point out 
the S. Channel of the Homme. 

The bright flashes are preceded 
and followed by short eclipses. 

When 2 feet water at entrance. 



When 3 feet water at entrance. 



N.N. E. and S.S.W., 273 yards. 



Flash preceded and followed by 
sliort eclipses. 

High light from 9^ fet^t flood t(-> 
94 feet ebb ; low light from 
H.W. to 9 feet eblj 

From %\ feet llootl to 9^ feet ebb, 

Eclipses not tc tal within 12 miles. 



^Vhen 8 feet water in entrance. 
Eclipses not total within 12 miles. 



H. M. 



11 \i 



! 



65 yards apart. 



Tliis light, specially intended for 
the Channel between the Tour 
de Heugui'iiar and t!.e entrance 
of the Jetties, shows its brightest 
in that direction, N. 1>y W. \ W. 

Eelijises not total witliin 12 miles. 



11 25 

11 27 
11 49 



12 



12 




9. 



ft 



\V2 



Ft. 



274 



21, i 

194 



19 



\%\ 



hi 






4« 



LIGHTS AND TIDES.— FRANCE. 



1. 

Xamo of 
Light. 


8^ 

No. of Lights, 
(Jhaniott'i, iSo. 


3. 

> 


4. 

Height 
i>f Light 

ahovf 
the Sea. 


5 


6. 

Position. 

Lat. ijdiig. 


7. 

KKMARK.S. 


8. 

H. W. 

at 
F.&C. 


9. 


Duiikerque. 


1 Kev. tjv. 30 8. 
lied. 
1 F. lied. 

1 


Miles 
10 

G 


Feet. 
33 

33 


1 

Ruytingen, Lt. 

v., in 4.'^ fins. 
Mardyck, Lt. V. 

in ') fiitlioins 


N. E. 

O / 1 o / 

51 3-3 2 78 

51 3G 2 14-2 

1 


This anil Mardyck floating light 
in one lead to Dunkerque Road. 


H. M, 


Ft. 



n 



. i '■'■ 

n. 



('onijuet Port. 
,St. Mathim'. 
Hkest Channel. 



Douarncuez Bay. 

1 l.K DE .SeIN. 

Ifaz de Scin. 



iJEC Di Ra/. 
Auclierne Port 

Pen MARCH Pr. 

L'H-tudy. 
Odet. 

PK.VEhE!. 
(JoNCARSKAf. 

L.'iiirit'C. 
l>ouelan Port. 

I l.K DE UR0iX» 



1 P. 

1 Rev. ev. \ iitiii. 

IF. 

1 1'. & Fl. ev, 3 

ntin. 
1 F. 



FRANCE.-W. COAST. 

N. : w. 



12 
18 
15 

18 

10 



1 F. Red. a 

1 F. 10 

1 F. & Fl. ev. 4 j 20 

mill. 
1 F. 
1 F. 

1 F. 20 

1 F. Rpd. 

1 F. 

1 Kev. e\. .I, mill 22 



i Y 
•i F. 



10 

m 
1 

9 



I F. * Fl. ox I 15 

4 mm. 
2r. 9 

12 



1 F. JSw/. 
2F. 

1 F. 



i - 



•H^ 



1 F. 4 Fl. : a , 10 
^»"' Hi»sli ev. 
o min. 



177 
105 

184 

22(5 



161 
114 
148 



250 
30 

60 

L35 

36 
3;» 



K ermorvan ]>t. 
On the (joint 
Minou point 

Portzic Point 

E. Coast, Cama 
ret Bay, Capii- 
cins i>oint 

Toulingnet i>t. 

Trist.an th' 

N. jit. of Island 

(>n lie T<'vt"iiec 
On biainond 

Rock 
Higlu;^t pavu 

Extremity of 
Jetty, Raoul'c 
point 

Near tl<e Capu- 
chin garden 

Near .St. Pierre 
Church 

P.mt rAhl)i«, 

'.'o»l pt., E, entr. 



118 N. pt. of Island 



46 
177 



43 

83 
118 

194 

171 



48 21 -7 
48 l!»-8 I 
48 20-2 ' 

48 21-5 

48 19-2 1 

48 16-8 i 
48 (i'2i 
48 2-7 I 



4.S 2-4 
48 0-6 



4 47 5 
4 40-4 
4 37 

4 32 2 

4 34-3 

4 37 9 
4 20-4 
4 521 



4 44 
4 32-5 



47 47 -9 i 4 22-6 



Croix Battery, 

and Itetweon 

I l\mcarneau k 

j 1-^ >hrkpf of Port 
i C«*«.-arncau 
• E. *nd W. Allies 

vi eutraauce 
X.W. part III 

the Isfmiil 

Flirt de la (.'mix, 
E. part of Id. 



47 49-9 I 
47 52;{ ' 



47 43-3 

47 52 2 I 

I 
I 

I 
47 52 ] 

I 

47 38 -« 
47 XSl 



4 9-4 

4 (ivS 



3 57-3 
3 55-2 

.•t 54-7 

3 .10-7 
3 25-2 



Eolipsen not total within 8 miles. 



Flash preceded and followed by 
a sliort eelip.se. 

When kept in sight eleara all 
dangers. 



Eclip.ses not total within 12niile.s. 

ProjMgi'd. 
Proposed. 



N.K. .IN. &/•.('., 1203yds. Lts. 
in one lead clear of the ( Janielle 
shoal. 



Eclipses not total witliiii 10 miles. 



N. ^ E, <t r.r., 291 yards. The 
soiitheri. It. is J'ld, and lioth Its. 
kejtt 111 ono lead into the entr. 
of the Odet Channel. 

Eclipses not tutal within 6 inile.><. 

N.E. .i E., & r.r., 20.-.2 yards. 
These Its. point out the direction 
of Conearneau Road. 

Visible 1!)' only, which clears all 
<langers. 

356 yard.-- apart. 



3 46 



3 47 



21 



3 16 



3 12 



I 



19 



17.'. 



13 



llaedik. 



8. 


9. 


r. w. 


"^ in 


at 


^r. 


.&C. 


c^.^ 


. M. 


Ft. 



21 



1!) 



17,' 



].'{ 






LIGHTS AND TIDES.—FRANOK. 



1. 

Nanio of 
Light. 



2. 

Ni>. "f LigbtH, 
Character, &c. 



-3 



Ht'it'ht 
(if Light 
ivbove I 
tlie Stsa 



. fi. 

WliiTf (pliic'.'d. 



i;OitiE?ir. 



Bkm.k Tm:. 
Saiizon I'lvrt. 

Piihais Port. 

(Joui.KVR Day. 



Hacilik, 

Tfi,i,'iiiniso, 

t^ui heron Bay. 
Tort Jfallgiun, 

Quihi'r»)n Bay. 

Lteh 

l,a L'rac'h. 



Navalo Port. 
IVnlaii. 
Lk KoiiR. 
Cvv.isic. 



IMateaii fh' La 
Banelio. 

JIlVKlt J^OIKE. 



1 F. 

1 F. 

2 F. 

1 F, HkI. 

] F. 

1 Kfv. ov. ini)i. 

1 F. 

1 F. & I'l. i-v. 

•S mill. 
IF. 

1 F. /?«/. 

2 F. 



1 F. 
1 F. 

1 Rev. e\'. imin. 

2 F. 



1 F. /?«;. 

1 F. Bed. 

1 F. 

1 F. & Fl. ev. 
2 mill. 

1 l{i!V. ev. ^min. 
lied. 



1 F. 
1 F. 



1 F. 

1 F. Jii I. 



Mih'H 

iO 

12 

8 
12 



5 
f) 

27 

10 
12 

10 

4 

7 
{) 

1.-) 

10 

18 

T) 

() 

10 
li 

15 



12 



8 

8 



6. 

Position. 
L.at. Long. 



Fiet. 
148 

7") 

20 

(;2 



30 I 

:!(» I 

I 

270 ' 

r,\) 

40 

20 
2!1 
09 



79 



70 
102 

121 

190 

:\3 



20 
26 



N, 



L'Oriwit Church 47 44-9 

Tower 
[.a Perrierc 47 4:{'9 

Bnuk 
I'ort LnuiH, 47 42-2 

Ciaiid Pa.'^sc, 

Eawteru siile 

Cxtreniityjfthe 47 22-4 

Mole 
Mole He.i.i, N. 47 20 '9 

ni(hi of cutr, 
S.W.jiartof iJit 47 18'7 

Lslaml. 

00 1 yds. \V. from 47 20 -rj 

K.'jit, of \d. 
On the .summit 47 27 '4 

On a Tower, N. 47 29-2 

Jetty 
i'/ritr. of Jtiver 47 ;<S'7 
Left Bank of 47 .'Mvl 

P.iver 

On tlie point 47 .'J2'9 
On the point 47 lU. 
On the Hock 47 17-9 

Oil tlie shore, 47 18 
4',t2yas. N.]VV.| 
of the Church 



Entrance to the 47 10 

Loire 
.Summit of pt. 47 14 '5 

I'ICve 



Fei( d'Arcd, on 

AiguillouTower 

J'^'iid'Amont. on 

tA)n!merf;e T 

N'ille-es, Martin 
l)yiiit 



St. Nazaire,New 
Mole Head 

Faimba'df Port, 
extremity of 
tlie Mole 

Pierre k l"(Eil 

St. Nicholas Ish 



47 14 5 
47 15-4 

47 15-4 



47 10-3 
47 l()-4 



7. 

REMARKS. 



W. 

.'( 21 •:) I 

li 21-8 
3 21 2 

li 13-2 
S 9-3 
;i l.'{-7 

2 02-2 

3 2-8 

3 «"2 

3 12 9 
3 0-4 



2 r>4 

2 30 '2 

2 .38-1 

2 .30-9 



2 16-1 

2 15 9 

2 15 

2 13-7 



N.N.E. 3 E., & i\r., 1900 yards. 
I (^ I^ighta in one lead into the 
I lOaateni or Little Pasaage, or 
; Passe de Guvre, 

E. i N., & )'.(•,, 1820 yds. Lights 
in one lead into the Wentcrn or 
Great Pasaage to Port Louis. 



2 11-9 



Eclipses not total within 10 miles. 



N. by E., &?•.?•., 574 yd.s. >.. It. 
I!e((. In one they lead into tlie 
Uiver Crao'h 



ICclipses not tot;J within 8 miles, 
N. and S, 50 yards. Ijjght.-i in 
one give the direction of the 
Channel, iiut lead very near the 
two rocks, S. .^ E. of the 'J'rehic 
beacon, which uncover at L.W. 



This light marks the Channel of 
the town of St. Martin. 



Eclipses not total within, 4 n.iles. 
When this It, is in one with St. 
Nawiire light keep on, that line 
until Aguillon ii.nd Point I'Eve 
lights are in one, \vhich will 
lead ji t-t southward of the Uiick 
Ml btioj-on \'iUe-cs Martin shoal 



8. 

H. W. 

at 
F.&C. 



Proposed. 
Fru2'osed. 



3 IS 



3 42 



47 



0. 



H. M. Ft 



144 



13 



3 10 



i,-; 



m 

* •'■■ 

•'ill 

■ iMU 

mi 



m 



If 

m 



'' ' l'i!!I 



M 



If 



1^ 







LIGHTS AND TIDB8.- 


-FKANOE. 








1. 

; Nftmc i)f 
1 1 Light. 


9. 


3. 


4. 


0. 


6. 


7- 


8. 


9. 


1. 


No. of Lights, 
Character, \c. 


>> 

,2 


M tight 

of Light ^1,,.^^ lacea. 

al)ove 
the Sea. 


position. 


RE.MARK.H. 


H. W. 

at 
F.\C, 


"^1 


Name 
Ligh 

itiVKU Oil 

continr.t 
Titittaillae 


Lat. 


Lung. 


!'' 




Miles Feet. 




N. 


' 




H. M. 


Ft. 


r, RivEK LoiuK. 


1 F. 




- 


Miudin [loint 


- 


- 


Proponed. 






• ' ■ I f V* • 4 ■ * I W- 


1 1 Pornic. 


1 F. 


9 


59 


Noveillaril pt. 


47 C« 


2 7 










1 PlI.lKR. 


1 F. A Fl. ov. 


18 


105 


N.W. pt. of Id. 


47 2(1 


2 21-7 










W 


4 min. 


















Royan. 


M 


1 Ile d'Yku. 


1 F. 


•20 


177 


On Mound, 18(5( 

yardw from N. 
pt. of i.sland 


4(5 431 


2 23 





3 6 


m 


CoIlDOI'AN 


1 ' Brt'toii Port. 


IF. 


8 


2.} 


Outer Jetty 
Head, N. side 
of entrance 


46 43 (5 


2 21 


\ LightH (284 yards apart) in one 
f mark the direction of the 
I (.'hannel into Port Breton. 






i»E (jKAVI 


i " 


IF. 


10 


4!) 


Head of Harbour 


- 


- 


) 








1 Ij Corbejiux. 


1 F. IM. 
I F. Jitd. 


5 
.'■> 


(54 


On the iM>int 

Extremity of N. 
.siilt> of Jetty 


4(3 41 -5 
4(5 41 8 


2 17-2 
1 56-9 










1 St. Gillo8-8ur- 


St. Oeorgo 


1 1. vie. 












• 






Sii/ae. 


1 1 La (.'iiaume. 


I F. 


12 


lis 


W. side, entr. of 


4(5 297 


1 47-8 


\ 






T:ilais Ba 








Sablea d'Olonne 






r Light.s in one mark the direction 






i.i„'ht V 








Port 






I of the (ireat Channel. 






Uu li;i('(i. 


IF. 


8 


23 


Jetty Head, E. 


4C 29-5 


1 47 fl 


) - 


3 20 


14 


'I'niirdcBj 
M.vpon Lt 
in IS fe. 
Cict. 


; <r(»li(!itlt\ 








«iile of entr. 












'f. Bargt's d'Olonne. 


1 F. & Fl. A 


15 


75 On I be (J rand 


46 29-7 


1 50-7 








\i 


JM Flash ev. 
3 min. 






Bank 












l^i Rwhe Bonne 
1 1 Li,t:ht V'e.sHeel. 


- 


• 




- 


- • 


- - 


Proposed. 






r.itiras \\v 
I'.uiillac. 


L P' Ttuis Breton, 


1 F. 


10 


59 


(Jrouin du Cou 


46 20-8 


I 28-3 1 








|{ 








point 




( 






" 




IF. 


10 


.S.3 


Aiguillon point 


46 16-2 


1 ^' S j "Xhi light will jn-obably \w moved 






i'-ifcde HI 


b'- 












1 t: .'irer the point 






Sf Ii.E i)K Be. 












i 








5| Baleines. 

y^f ILvfT-JiANC l)V 


1 Rev. ev. [ min. 


22 


1(54 


X.W. point 


4() 14-7 


1 33-8 


i'.lipHeH not t()tal within lO;uiles. 






HoriiTix. 


IF. 


'-« 


72 


On the Hhoal 


4(5 15-8 


1 35-3 


The dangers extend more than a 






1 il NoKU. 

1 ■^' 




' 










mile to seawartl of light-house. 








1 'j , , St. Martin Port. 

It! i 1 


' F. JRtil 


1 


52 


On salient angle 
of Demi Bas- 


46 12-4 


1 21 9 








.\l(('ACHO.N 








tion, 109 yds. 












,. 








E. of eiitranee 












CoNTIS. 


! ,' i ( Port, <lo la Flotte. 


1 F 


9 


.•5(1 


On the New Mole 


46 11 3 


1 194 








Ailour l;i^ 

I'lIAlllfllZ. 


']., ,1 Chavveai- Pt. 


1 F. 
IF. 


14 
10 


72 
79 


S. E. point 
Fanal iVAmout, 


46 8 
46 9 4 


1 10-5 
1 91 


") W. f S., & r.,'., 257 yanla. 
!- Lights in one lead into the 
J Harbour. 


3 31 


17 


f 1 k RocheUe Harb. 

I.: :? 








On E, Qnay 












il ir ii-Rd'Aix. 


1 F. Hed. 
IF. 


8 
10 


4t> 

50 


Famd (VAcid 
On Fort nt S. 


4(5 0-6 


I 10-8 


3 ''0 


17 


■Sneoa I'l.c 


" :'^ r -. 








point of Island 








«.» ^ \r 




■ : ■' lu: 1) <1leron. 






















Cjiassikox. 


1 F. 


20 


lt)4 


iV.W. point 


46 2-8 


1 24-7 










La Perotine. 


1 F. 


4 


20 


Extremity of 
Jetty 


45 58-2 


1 13-9 








I'liiiitiTra 


Chateau Port. 


2F. 


8 


.•<o 


E. iiart 


45 53 


1 11-2 


In one lead into the Port. 






Hiilasoa 









(50 














I'a.-*A(;i:s. 


j. RtVEK GllUlSUK. 






















'•" (Joubre Point. 


IF. 


J.-) 


121 


N. ni(!t! of entr. 


45 41-5 


1 15 4 










Falaiae. 


1 F. KeU. 


10 


40 


COl yards of 
Terre Negre 


45 38-9 


1 6-9 








•San .Skua 


Terre N5gre, 


IF. 


14 


118 


On the Tower 


45 .38-8 


1 6-5 






J 





LIGHTS AND TIDES.-SrAlN. 



40 



9. 



a. 



F'. 



Ill 



14 



17 



N.iiiio I 
Li^ht. 



2. 

So. nf l,i;^lltM, 
Cluu'iicti.'r, &c. 






if Light 

;il)(ivp 

tlioSen. 



Where jihwed. 



6. 

Poditiun. 
Lilt. Long. 



IJrVKIt OlIiO.NDK 

»'<>iitim;ed — 
I'lHitiiiUau, 



Iiiiyaii. 
roituoi'.^N, 



Hi; flKAVi 



St. CJi'orge. 

Su/ac 

T:ilais IJailk 

l.i^lit W'ttxvl. 
r.ichanl. 

TnurdfHy Lt. Y 
Niiijion Lt. \., 

in J 8 (ivi. 
(Jai't, 

I'atiriis Ih;. 
I'aiiillao. 



I'.it.l<' I'.iay.', 

Hiii liTIX. 

.\i(('.vrno.Nl>.vsiN 

(^1NTIH. 

Aiii)\ir llivtT. 

HlAUIil'I/.. 

Snoi.a I'ort. 



1 Alt. IV. '-'Ob. 
JMoi White 



1 !•'. 

1 Hcv. iv. mill. 

1 K. & J Fliwh 



1 V. Ii<'d. 
1 F. Ii,il. 
I J'. 

1 V. i:,d. 
1 i". 

I F. 

1 F. IM. 

1 Fl«h. 

I Alt. Itcil and 

White 
1 F. 

I F. 



•-' F, 



i F. 

1 lii'V. ; a Uash 

uv, i mill. 
1 F. 

< He\'. cv. 20 H. 



I F. 



Milei 
16 



G 

27 



Fci't. 

177 Oil tlie Table 
Lund 



1.-) 



12 
12 
10 

10 

10 

9 

2 
4 



194 



20 

20 

24 

U 

22 

10 



152 yards from 

I'lid of ilt'tty 
On tlio Koek 



85 .S. pt. of frttr. 



44 Oil tlie point 
121 ' On the liiUs 



N. 

O ' 

45 .'JS-i 

45 37 1 
45 .-{SZ 



\v. 

o 

1 3 



I 19 
1 105 

4 1 



7. 



Kp.maukh. 



8. 

11. w. 

lit 
V.kV. 



9. 



33 j On the liaiiit, in 
I 4 fathoiiw 
8. wido 01 Uiver I'l 2()'4 



45 ;i.. 

45 35-4 
45 30 7 



5(5 
33 
33 



I 45 23-7 
4o 17'0 



20 I • - I 45 12 4 

43 ; N,, iioiu'i j 45 12-4 

20 LaiKiin;.,' jilacc, i 45 II '9 

' \V. silk- of lUver; 

23 : Ti<>ni|ndoup ' 45 13'5 

j CliaiM-l 

IG ' F. sideof Rivor,; 45 7 4 
' at the lauding 
I placi' I 

177 TJctw.H'U the 45 8 '3 
( Jirniidc and 
C I'Y'rrut 
107 (_!. PVrret, N. 144 38-7 

j side of entr. j 
1C4 Sand hill , 44 'y" 



TliiH light pointH ntit the north- rn 
I'aMisc! ti' tlio Kinlioiiuhtiri' of 
the (iimndt'. In ciianginj^ colour 
tht-ro is iiointerveiiiiigtchiiH*'. 



Light do«s not <|iiit(! diHajipour 
« ithiii 10 niih's. li'^d fr(>m N. 
l.y H. ^ F. to v.. hy S. 

Flfixlihii) It. with Hliorl ('(dipsi ;( cv. 
Is., in thcMliriction of Talai.s It., 
i|id in the S. paHKof thcOiroiidc. 
/'V.i't'/ light in thi'<lirL'ution of the 
North pAHit. 



5S .1 A Fogdidl. 
59 2 j 

560 ! 
49 3 
45 9 ' 

4t-9 i 

43 , Eclipses cvi ly 4 M.(rindx. 

44 '8 '. Tlicrc is al-" ' ''. light at outer 

end of landing |place. 
45 j To indieate the anchorage off 

I Pauillae. 
401 



H. M. H. 



3 3H 
3 37 



131 
13 i 



1 9 9 

1 15 1 
1 19t) 



219 yard.s apait. 



3(> 
240 



S. .letty, on a ' 43 31 8 

lilatforiii i 1 

.St. Martin lit., j 43 29-0 ' 1 33-3 

2.^ niiie.s S. W. ' j 

of AdoinlUveri 
1 1 5 W. jit. , St. Jtan j 43 23 -7 141 3 

do Luz Bay ' 



I 31 "0 To lit- moved as tlie work pro- 
gresses, j 
Alternately a lF/<'7' and AV./ tia.ih.} 
Keliiiiiesnot total \v ithin 12inilea.l 



SP 



Fuentenaliia, 
Hidasoa Kiver, 

I'ASAdKS. 



San Seba.stian. 



1 F. 
1 F.. 



I F. and Fl. ev. 
2 mill. 



AIN.-NORTIi AND WEST COASTS. 

I 7 285 I OapeLaHigiiera 43 23-(; 1 17 i 



14 



15 



48(; Cape La Plata. 43 20'3 ' 1 5ti-5 

I near the W. i i 

: eiitraiiee ■ i 

13! Mount Igueldo, 43 19-5 2 0-4 

W. side ; ! 



4 37 



11:; 



3 19 IL", 



il« 



3 



12 



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1.6 




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50 

1 : 






LIGHTS AND TIDES 


,-SPAIN. 








! 1. 


2. 


3 


4. 


6. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


■ 

9. 1. 


■i 

i Name of 

1 , '■ Light. 


No. of Lights, 
Character, 8ic. 


1 

> 


Height 

of Light 

al)ove 

the Sea. 


' Where placed. 


Position. 


Remarks. 


H. W. 

at 
F.&C. 


1 i Name 
i t Light 


Lat. 


Long. 


HI 119 










N. 


W. 


• 






Hi ill 




Miles 


i Feet. 




O 1 


/ 




H. M. 


Ft. 


n! ''1 '"^-^^ Sebastian, 


IP. 


9 


171 


Santa Clara Id., 


43 19-5 


1 59-6 


Do not bring the light westward 




San Cii)riai 


111 ' . 3 








summit 






of South. 




11 Guetaria. 

1 

Lequeitio. 


1 F. 
1 F. 


10 
10 


295 
148 


N. Peak of Id. 
Santa Catalina 


43 191 
43 23-4 


2 131 
2 33-5 


Rises from the centre of keeper's 
dwelling. 




Banpiero 

Ehtaca. 

Cedeiro. 










de Lequeitio pt. 










Machichaco. 


1 F. aiul Fl. ev. 


18 


260 


Ou the Cai)e 


43 28 


2 49-4 








Bilbao. 


4 min. 
IF. 


10 


380 


Point Galea, on 


43 22-6 


3 4 




3 


I'KIOB. 

13 










the Fort 












(,'hico Prioi 


i (-'astro Urdiales. 

1 ^ 


1 F. and Fl. ; a 


7 


131 


Santa Ana 


43 24-2 


3 161 










Jfed flash ev. 
3 min. 






Castle, S.E. 
Tower 












Ferrol. 


j li'li Santona. 

• 1 r' ? 


1 F. Red. 


10 


85 


Caballo point 


43 28-2 


3 27-2 


Visible from S. by W. round W. 


3 30 


12.i 




1 " 














to N. by E. 1 E. 






1 F. and Fl. ev. 
3 min. 


17 


126 


Pescador point 


43 28-6 


3 28 




• 




t'OUUNA. 


1 


• 


















8a.\tandek. 

■ 


1 F. 


12 


141 


Isla de Monro, 
14 yds. from 
the N. shore 


43 28-6 


3 457 


Illumines an arc of 270° seaward. 
Corbera or Corvera Rock, and a 
bank of 3 feet water, lies S.E. 
by E. i E. 112 fathoms; and 






SiHARGAS 
















W. by S. 140 fathoms from the 






Islands. 


■ 














light-house. 






t'aniarinas 


I n 


1 F. Bed. 


3 


33 


S.W. angle of 


. 


. 


- - - - . 


3 30 


15 


FlMSTERR 










the Ca >itania, 
2 yards from 
edge of Pier 












C6. 


If 


1 Rev ev. min. 


24 


298 


Cape Mayor, 1 f 
miles from the 
entrance of the 
Port 


43 30-2 


• 3 471 


Eclipses not total within 8 miles. 
A blue flag indicates that tug- 
steamers cannot proceed to sea. 






Muros Bay 

(.'OKUOBED 


H : Suancea. 


1 F. 


7 


118 


Punta del Torco 


43 26 8 


4 9 








Salvora Is 


*■ u 








de Afuera, W. 




















side 












Arosa Isla 


Llanes. 


1 F. 


9 


G4 


San Antonio, 


43 26-7 


4 45-5 










'. * 








South point 












0ns Islanc 


Mi Hivadrsella. 


1 F. and Fl. ev. 

4 min. 


17 


370 


Mt. Somos, W. 
eutr. of ri\'er 


43 287 


5 7-3 


Illumines 167°. 






Bavona 


Wm Tina Mayor. 


1 F. 


If) 


223 


San Emeterio 


43 25-2 


4 34-3 








IsiANDH 


H Villaviciosa 


IF. 


7 


220 


point 
Tazones point 


43 35 2 


5 22-9 








Vigo. 


Hi C^ijon. 


1 F. 


10 


167 


Vicinity of Santa 


43 35-2 


5 38 


- 


3 15 


1/5 




'. 








Catalina Her- 
mitage 












SiLLEIRO 


1 i Tkna.s. 


1 Rev.ev. .Jinin. 


21 


;«8 


On the Cape 


43 42 3 


5 49-8 










i Aviles. 


1 F. 


10 


130 


Castillo i>oint. 


43 38 1 


5 56 










i 








N. side ofentr. 














1 ; Ciulilloro. 
1' Bc-STO. 


1 F. 


10 


94 


Point Revallera 


43 36-2 


6 9 








Povoa de 


1 F. a Red flash 


12 


307 


On the Cape 


43 36-2 


6 28-8 










i 


ev. 2 min. 


















Oporto. 


1 Liiarca. 


IF. 


7 


177 


La Blanca pt. 


43 34-5 


6 32-9 










P t: Tai'ia LsLirr. 


1 F. and Fl. ev. 
fy til ill 


15 


93 


On the summit 


43 350 


6 58-4 


• 






Aveiro. 


[ 1 Pancha Isle, 


^ 111 111, 

IF. 





79 


On the Island 


43 347 


7 4-2 








MONDEOO 


f, 1 near Ribadeo 




















Berleng 



8. 

K. w. 

at 
&C. 



r. M. 



i 30 



{ 30 



9. 



.23 'E 



Ft. 



13 



15 



lo 13 



LIGHTS AND TIDES.— PORTUGAL. 



61 



1. 


a. 


3. 


4. 


6. 


fl 


\. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


Name of 


No. of Lights, 
Character, &c. 


1 


Height 
of Light 

above 
the Sea. 


Where placed. 


Position. 


Remarks. 


H. W. 

at 
F.&C. 




Light, 


Lat. 


Long. 


.2 ^ 












N. 


W, 












Miles 


Feet. 




o / 


/ 




H. M. 


Ft. 


San Clprian . 


IF. 


9 


121 


Punta do la 
Atalaya 


43 43 


7 28-5 








Barqiiero 


IF. 


9 


273 


Con ej era Island 


43 45-6 


7 40-3 


. 


3 


15 


ESTACA. 


I Rev,ev, min. 


20 


307 


On the point 


43 47 5 


7 43-4 


• 






Ctideiro. 


IF. 


9 


88 


Eobaleira pt. , 
S.W. of the 
town 


43 39 


8 5-4 


" " " " " 


3 


15 


Pkior. 


IF. 


15 


448 


N. partof Palma 
Cape 


43 33-7 


8 19-1 


• 






C'hico Priorino. 


lF.&i?efZFlsh. 
ev, 2 min. 


11 


92 


On the Cape 


43 27-8 


8 20-5 








Feurol. 


IF. Red. 


8 


.38 


1 10 yds. E. of la 
Palma Castle, 


43 27-7 


8 16-1 


. 


3 


15 




IF. 


4 or 5 


23 


Mercantile 
Wharf 


43 28-7 


8 15-5 








COBUNA, 


1 F. and Fl. ev. 
3 min. 


12 


.331 


Hercules Tower 


43 23 


8 241 


The flash is seen 20 miles. 


3 


15 


»» 


IF. 


10 


56 


Platform, St. 
Antonio Castle 


43 22 


8 23-1 








SiSARGAS 


1 F.&/?edFl8h. 


11 


358 


Second N. Peak, 


43 21 8 


8 50-2 








Islands, 


ev. 4 min. 






Isla Mayor 












Camarillas, 


IF. 


10 


225 


Cape Villano 


43 9-8 


9 13 


- 


3 


15 


FlMSTERRE, 


1 Rev. ev. 4 rain. 


20 


468 


S. point of the 
Cape 


42 52-6 


9 15-4 


- 


3 




C6. 


IF. Bed. 


8 


82 


On the Cape, 
36 yards from 
extremity. 


42 54-8 


9 10-1 








Miiros Bay. 


IF. 


10 


89 


Qiiiejal point of 
Monte Loiiro 


42 44-2 


9 4 








OlKUOBEDO. 


IF 


12 


103 


On the Cape 


42 34-6 


9 4-8 








.Salvora Island, 


lF.&i?erfFlah. 


10 


82 


S. point 


42 27-8 


9 0-4 










ev. 2 min. 
















Aroaa Island. 


IF. 


7 


38 N. W. or Caballo 42 .34 '1 


8 52 










• 






point 












0ns Island. 


1 F. and Fl. ev. 
2 min. 


12 


421 


l| miles from 
North point 


42 22-5 


8 55-1 


N. sill.; of entrance to Pontevedra 
ISay 






IUyuna or CiES 


1 Rev. ev. min. 


20 


595 


Middle Island, 


42 12-4 


8 54-1 








IsiANDH. 








Mount Faro 












Vigo. 


1 F. andFl. ev. 
3 min. 


7 


102 


La Criiia Castle, 
14 miles N.E. 
of Vigo 


42 151 


8 41 


The flash is seen 12 miles. 


3 


12 


SiLLEiRo Cape. 


IF. 


17 


72 


S. point 


42 6-1 


8 52-6 









PORTUGAL. 



Povoa de Varzim 


1 Rev. 


- 


■ 


100 ft. in shore 


Oporto. 


1 P. 


20 


220 


Nossa Senhora 
da Luz 


Aveiro. 




- 


- 


On the Pier, S. 
side 


MoNDEOO, 


IF. 


20 


330 


On the Cape 


Berlengas 


1 Rev. e v. 3 min. 


25 


365 


Great Berlenga 
Island 



41 24 


8 37 


41 91 


8 37-2 


40 39 


8 43 


40 12 


8 55-2 


39 25 


9 30-3 



Lighted occasionally, when the 

fishing boats are at sea. 
A bad light. 

Proposed. 



2 30 



2 30 



JO 



I 



52 



LIGHTS AND TIDES.— SPAIN. 



i 



1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


6. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 






ir 


Height 




Position. 




H. W. 


V c 


Name of 


No. of Lights, 
Charactor, &c. 


'en 


ofLight 

above 

the Sea. 


Whore placed. 




Remarks. 


at 

F.&r. 


Light. 


Lat. 


Long. 


.2'E 








N. 


W. 












Miles 


Feet. 




o / 


O / 




H. M. 


Ft. 


( 'ARVOKIIiO. 


1 F. 


15 


182 


Highest part of 
Cape 


39 21 1 


9 24-3. 




■ 




RocA. 


1 Rev. ev.l? mill 
Re'd and )Vhile 


21 


598 


N.E. of Cape, 


38 46 


9 30 














nearly \ mile 












River Tagus. 


















Giiia. 


1 F. 


12 


207 


Nossa Senhora 38 41 
da (Tuia 


9 27 2 








San Julian. 


1 F. 


12 


128 


In the Fort 38 397 


9 20 








Broio. 


1 Rev.ev.lfmin 


It) 


110 


Towerof Lorenzo 38 39 


9 181 








Beleni. 


1 F. Red. 


G 


30 


In a Fort near 38 40'8 
the C'astle 


9 17-7 


- 


2 30 


12 


ESPICHEL. 


1 F, 


12 


627 


On the Cai)e 38 241 


9 13 








.Sktpval, or 


1 F. 


15 


490 


Xear Fort 38 31-1 


8 53 


- 


2 30 


8 


Saint Fees. 








d'Outao, W. 
entr. of Harb. 










Cape Sax 


1 Rev. ev.2min. 


20 


220 


On the Convent 37 3 


9 








VirENTK. 




















Santa Maria. 


IF. 


15 


109 


On the (Jape 


30 56 


7 46 









Ayamonte, 


2 F. Red. 


i 8 


22 


a. X xv . — o V 

Canela Island 


37 10-5 


L \JKJ i 

7 16 6 


Shifted as the bar alters. 






CuadianaRiver 






21 












1 


19 


2 F. Green. 


7 


26 


Criatina Isle, E. 


37 10-7 


7 13-7 






1 








16 


side of entr. 








1 


( 'art;iya. 


1 F. & Fl. ev. 


14 


79 


Ronipedo de 


.37 11 8 


7 11 




1 




i 4 niiu. 






(Jartaya, Las 
Pedras River i 




• 






Huelva, Odeil 


2F. 


8 


27 


Punta del Padre 


37 7-5 


6 47-4 








River. 






16 


Sant<j, E. side 












Cuadal(juivir 


IF. 


8 


72 


Chipiona Church 


36 44-2 


6 25-8 


Temporal-;/. The Salmedina shoal 






River. 








Tower 






lies W. by N. i N. 1 i iniies from 
tlu' < 'hurch Tower. 






»> 


1 F. R>:d. 


- 


- 


Espiritu Santo 


.36 47-2 


22-7 








♦ ) 


IF. 


6 


36 


Malandar i)oint 


.% 46-3 


6 21-9 








9t 


IF. 


_ 


. 


Salniedina Rocks 


36 44 


6 27 


Rvilding. 






» 


IF. 


7 


52 


Bonanza 


36 47-9 


6 20-4 








Cadiz. 


1 F. &T1. ev. 2 
min. 


20 


14<> 


San Sel)astian, 
W. Tower 


36 31 -2 


6 18-9 


Alternate flashu.-,of White k lied. 


I 45 


K 


Trafalgar. 


1 Rev. ev. 4 min. 


19 


168 


Extreme part of 
the Cape 


36 10 5 


6 13 


• 






Tarifa. 


1 F. 


20 


152 


On the Island, 
S. of the town 


36 


5 .36-6 




1 46 


6 


Algecira.s. 


1 F. 


9 


62 


Isla Verde 


36 7 3 


5 261 








(Gibraltar. 


1 F. 1 


15 


150 


Victoria Tower, 
EUHOPA Pt. 


36 6 


5 21 


A strii) of Red li^dit is .shown in 
tlie (lircction of the Pearl Rock, 




















between N.E. by E. i E. and , 




I 


. 












E. \ N. 1 

• 





8. 


9. 


w. 


"S S) 


at 
&0. 


01 c: 

.a-c 


M. 


Ft. 


30 


12 


30 


S 



LIGHTS AND TIDES.-SPAIN. 



53 



1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7 
• • 


8. 


9. 


Name of 


No. of Lights, 
Character, &c. 


>> 

r2 


Height 

of Light 

above 

the Sea. 


Where placed. 


Position. 


Remark.s. 


H. W. 

at 
F.&C. 


Si-9 


Light. 

• 


Lat. Long. 


2 ^ 


GlBRALTAK. 


1 F. Temporary 


Miles 


Feet. 


New Mole ex- 
tension, South 


N. 

' 


W. 

' 


Bed S. , White W. , Green N. The 
Pier should not be approached 
whilst the Bed position of the 
light is visible, nor enter the 
Mole until the Green light is in 
sight. Give the Pier-head a 
wide berth. 


H. M. 


Ft. 


• 


1 F. Green. 


- 


- 


Ragged StaflF, 
Landing Place 


- - 


- - 


Gas. 






>» 


1 F. lied. 
1 F. Red. 


- 




Old Mole Head, 

North 

South Mole 
















,? 



THE 



MEDITERRANEAN SEA. 



' ■!( 



COAST OF SPAIN. 



I' i '/ 



1. 

Name of 
Light. 



Doncella. 
Marbella. 
Calabi'rra. 
Malaga. 
Velez Malaga. 

TORKOX. 

Sacratif. 
Honda Cove. 

A lira. 

Entinas. 

Sabixau 

llofjuetas. 

Almeria. 
Cabo de Gata. 



8. 

No. of Lights, 
Character, &c. 






4. 

Height 

of Light 

above 

tlie Sea. 



Where placed. 



6. 

Position. 



Lat. 



Long. 



7. 

Kemakks. 



1 

1 F. 

1 F. & Fl. ev. 

2 niin. 
1 F. 

1 F. 

1 Rev. ev. Jmin. 
Mk-sadeRoldan 1 F. & Fl. ev. 2 
min. 



1 F. & Fl. ev. 4 

rain. 
1 F. 

1 F. & Fl. ev. 3 

min. 
1 F. & Red FL 

ev. 2 min. 
IF. 

IF. 

1 F. & FL ev. 

min. 
1 F. Red. 



Villaricos. 



Miles 
12 

12 

16 

15 

11 

15 

24 

8 



18 

9 

9 
19 
22 



1 F. 



Aguilas Port. 1 F 



Mazarron. 

TiNOSO. 

Cartagena. 



1 F. 
1 P. 
1 P. Red. 

IF. 



7 
20 
•4 

10 



Feet. ' 
59 On the jwint 

65 A cable's length, 
W. of the town 
115 On the point 

125 I 109 yards from 
E. Mole Head 
41 E. side of entr. 

93 Ruins of old 
castle 
320 \ On the Cape 

44 Punta del Llano 
de Carchuna, 
W. point of entr 
On the point 
On the jKiiut 
105 On the point 

57 On Beach, S. of 
the town 

26 ' Mole Head 
194 On the Cape 
725 On the Mount 

63 14 miles N. of 
Alnianzora 
River 
48 W. part of Mount 
Aguilas, Punta 
Negra 
200 On the Pier 
479 On the Cape 
223 Escombrera Id. , 

highest part 
123 j Battery on pt. 
I Podadera 



N. 

o / 

36 24-3 
36 31 
36 30-7 
36 43-5 
36 44 
36 45-2 
36 41 
36 41 



36 44 
36 41 2 
^}6 41 -3 

36 45 2 

36 50-7 
36 43-6 

36 54-7 

37 11-3 



37 23-5 



37 33-2 
37 31-3 
37 33-6 

37 35-5 



W. 

o / 

5 10-6 
4 54-3 
4 38 
4 25-6 
4 9'3 
3 59-4 
3 28-9 
3 25-9 

3 2 

2 48-8 
2 44 

2 41-8 

2 33-3 
2 14-2 
1 58-3 

1 52-8 

1 39-4 

1 17 3 
1 91 

57-9 

58 6 



BuihUfxj. 
Buildinij 



8. 

H. W. 

at 
F.&C. 



9. 



S So 

a; e 



H. M. Ft 



Paloh. 





9. 


V. 


■S Si 




<u a 


c. 


.2-n 



LIGHTS AND TIDES— MEDITERRANEAN, 



85' 



Name of 
Light 



2. 

No. of Lights, 
Character, &c. 



3. 

.a 

> 



4. 

Height 

of Light 

ab ve 

the Sea. 



0. 

Where placed. 



Puerto de 
Porman. 



IP. 



Talos. 



llormiga Grande 

Estacio. 

Torrevieja. 

Plana, or 

Tabarca Isle. 
Santa Pola. 



Alicante. 

! I iiertas. 

Villa-joyosa. 

Altea. 

San Antonio. 

CULLERA. 

(Jraode Valencia 
El Cabanal. 

Oropksa. 

CoLl'MBRETES 

Rucks. 



Vinaroz. 

PiTIIirSAS & 

JiALEARES Ids. 
Formentera. 

Plercos, 
Iviza Island. 

Cabrera Isles, 

Iviza Island. 
IJotafdch, 

Iviza Island. 
CoNEiEKA Isle, 

Iviza Island. 
Oragonera 

Islet, Majorca 

Island. 



I Rev. ev. nxin. 



IF. 
I F. 



Red. 



I F. Red. 

IF'. & Fl. ev. 

2 min. 
IF. 



I F. Red. 

1 F. 
IF. 
1 F. 

I Rev. ev. i min 

IF. 
IF. 
I F. 

1 F. & Fl. ev. 

3 min. 
I F. 



I F. Med. 

IF. 

I F. & Red Fl. 

ev. 3 min. 

IF. 

1 F. 

I Rev. ov. min. 

1 F. & Fl. ev. 
2 min. 



Miles 
9 


Feet. 
162 


23 


263 


10 
6 


75 
62 


4 


33 


15 


90 


7 


499 


2 


26 


10 
5 
9 


123 

52 
367 


25 


571 


15 

7 
9 


92 
37 

66 


15 


74 


21 


190 


() 


26 


18 


518 


15 


94 


16 


92 


9 


102 


20 


289 


18 


1180 



Chapa pt. Hill, 
E. aide of entr. 



On summit, E. 
extr. of Cape, 
W.byS. IS., 
2i miles from 
liormiga light 
On the Islet 
On the Beach, 

La Mauga 
Punta Cornuda 

Fort 
621 yardo from 
E. point of Id. 
On Talayola 
Tower, 395 yds. 
from the sea 
Rocks off the 

Mole Head 
On the Cape 
On the Mole 
Albir point 

On the Cape 

On the Cajie 
On the MoIb 
Hermitage, 

South Tower 
On the Cape 

N.E. part of 
Monte Colibre 
140 yds. from 
the sea 



Codolar point, 
S.E. pt. of Id. 

N.W. part of 
Islet, 40 yards 
from the sea 

Ahoroados Isle 

Islet, N. side of 

entrance 
Cape Blanco 

On the Peak 



6. 

Position. 



Lat. 



Long. 



7. 

Brmarkh. 



8. 


H. W. 

at 
F.&C. 



9. 

■-i 



N. 

> 

37 34.2 



37 37-5 



37 38-5 
37 45 

37 58-1 

38 10-2 
38 12-5 

38 19-2 

38 20-5 
38 30 
38 33-5 

38 48-5 

39 12-2 
39 28-3 

39 28-8 

40 6-6 
39 54 



40 29-3 

38 38-2 
38 48 

38 48-7 
38 54 

38 59-8 

39 35 



W. 

O ' 

49-5 



40 



38-1 
42-0 

39 9 

26-6 

30-1 

27-5 

22-6 
11-6 
4 

East. 
12-7 
West. 
13 5 
20 
20-1 
East. 
9-1 

44-4 



28-4 

1 36 

I 29-4 

1 28-8 
1 31 

1 16-5 

2 20-7 



Entering or leaving Porman a 
berth of 1 4 cable should be given 
t) the point projecting from the 
foot of the hill in a westerly 
direction, so as to avoid the 
shoal of 13 feet water, running 
off from Barco point 

This and Hormiga It. point out the 
channel between the Hormigas 
and the Cape. 



Shifted seaward as the mole 
advances . 



Temporary. 



This and Ahoroados light mark 
the princi[)al channel between 
Iviza and Formentera Islanc^s. 



Eclipses not i,otal at 3 or 4 miles 
distant. 



H. M. 



Ft. 



I 






5G 



LIGHTS ANi> TIDES.— MEDITERRANEAN. 



Name of 
Light. 



2 

No. of Lights, 
Character, &c. 



Bai.k.vuks 1d(<. 
I'oiitiinietl — 

I'OKT JSOM.KK, 

Majorca Ishinil 



FORMENTO, 

Majorca Island 
Aucanada, 
Majorca Island 
Pera, Majorca 

Island. 
Puerto Coloni, 

Majorca Island 
Salinas, Majorca 

Island. 
Cai)e Blanco, 

Majorca Island 
Port Pi, Majorca 

Island. 
Palnia Port, 

M.ajorca Island 
Cala Figiiera, 

Majorca Island 

Uartlch, 

Minorca Island 
Ciudadela, 

Minorca Island 

CAnALLKlUA, 

Minorca Island 

POKTMAHOV, 

Minorca Island 

AvKK Island, I 
Minorca Island 



Alfaques do 
Tortosa. 



San Carlos de 
la Rapita, Port 
A]fa<jiR's 

l!l\KU KliRO 

ToKT(jHA C A :••••. i 1 Ilev. ev, niin. 



Fangal Port. 1 F. 



1 P. 

I !•'. 

1 Rev. cv. 30 8. 

1 F. 

1 F. & n>d Fi. 

cv. 2 uiiu. 
1 F. 

1 F. 

IF. 

1 Rev. ev 2 niiiu 
1 F. Pale Blur. 
I F. 



I F. & Fl. ev. 
3 luin. 
1 F. 



1 F. 
1 F. 

1 Rev. cv. niin. 

I F. 

1 F. lied. 



> 



Height 

)f Light 

above 

the .Sea 



8 A 1.0'. 



1 F. & Fl. ev. \ 

min. 
1 F. 



Miles 
15 

9 
19 

9 
18 
10 
10 
10 

8 

4 
12 

10 



18 

7 

20 
13 



20 



S 



Where placecL 



Feet. 

407 Orosa jioint, W. 
side of entr. 

77 (>ruz jioiut, F. 
pt. otpntranc<; 
692 On the CaiH?, 
N. pt. of 111. 
77 E. and highest 
j)t. of Islet 
241 Summit of Cape 

40 N.E.pt. ofentr. 

50 On the point 

294 On the Cape 

132 At the S. entr. 

37 On the Mole 

110 On the Cape, 
108 yds. from 
extremity 
70 On the Caj)e 

00 Punta Ender- 
rocat, W. side 
of entrance 
30S On the Cape 

74 Fort.SanFelii.e, 
137 yds. from 
(Jastle i)t. 
171 (>n the Islet, 
.S. E. i)art 

02 Bana point 



30 Senieta point 



174 E. extremity, 
Buda Islaml 



6. 

Position. 



Lat. 



N. 

o / 

39 49 1 
39 48 
39 57-7 
39 49-8 
;J9 43 
;i9 25 
39 10 5 
39 22 
39 33 
.39 34 
39 27-7 

39 54 C 



Long. 



7. 
Remark.^. 



8. 

H. W. 

at 
F.&C. 



9. 



c Sd 
1/ a 
:r.-v. 

as i. 



Faugo, or Ivpt. 40 47 
of entrance 



1.-) 140 ' Near the Cape 

27 i On the Mole 



39 59-7 


40 5-7 


39 52 


;i9 47-0 


40 34:) 


40 3o-7 


40 43-4 


40 47 


41 3-9 


41 3 8 



E. 

o / 

2 43-6 

2 441 

3 14-9 
3 12 4 
3 30 1 
3 18-4 
3 5-9 
2 49-9 
2 40 4 
2 40-9 

2 33-9 

3 52-2 

3 51-7 

4 9-4 
4 24-4 

4 24-2 

39 i 

34'7 

57 

47-2 

1 9 
1 8-9 



Visible 295° seaward. 



Opens Cajie Molo on a W. by S. 
4 .S. bearing. 



Vessels entering or leaving Port 
Alfaquesatnightshould give H;ina 
light a berth of at lea.st 4 a niile. 
The bell buoy off Oalacho point 
should be left to the eastwanl. 



Vessels pa.3sing in a heavy sea 
.should give the lightliouse a berth 
of at least a mile. 

Vessels in rounding the point 
should give it a berth of a mile. 



T(>nipo7'ar!/ ; when the Mole is 
finished it will be replaced by a 
Hev. It. Not lighted three days 
before or after the full moon. 



H. M. 



Ft. 



Cotte, 



J. 


9. 


w. 


•s i, 


It 





M. 



Ft. 



LIGHTS AND TIDES.— MEDITKHRANEAN. 



57 



1. 


2 


3. 


4. 


6. 


6 


^ 


7. 


8. 


9. 


Nftine of 


No, of Lights, 
Character, &o. 




H.'ij^ht 

of Li^'ht 

aliovc 


Where placed. 


Position. 


Rkmarks, 


H. W. 

at 
F. h t'. 


o Sc 

4) .S 


Light. 






•^ - 






> 


the Scii. 




Lat. 


Long. 




W% 












N. 


E. 












Mih'8 


Ffi't. 




1 


O ' 




H. M. 


Ft. 


'r!ii'rftj,'ona. 


1 F. 


10 


54 


On the Mole 


41 (*> 


1 14-7 








Ll.oimKdAT 


1 lltiv. ev. 4 min 


18 


107 


N. side of eiitr., 


41 l!)-2 


2 8-'J 








KlVKR. 








on an old Fort- 
ress 












Barcelona. 


1 F. &• Red Fl. 
ev. 4 iiiiii. 


9 


43 


Kxtreinityof E. 
Mole Head 


41 22*2 


2 10-9 


At the extr. of a ledge of stones, 
340 yds. distant is a (/»w« light 
to clear the Pier-head extension. 






CvLELLA. 


IF. 


■ 




Extremity of 
.letty, in con- 
strtietion 












»l 


1 F. k Fl. cv. 

2 mill. 


18 


KiG 


On the Height 
of tlie Torreta 


41 3()-7 


2 .19-6 








.San Sebastian. 


1 Kev. cv. min. 


oo 


548 ' 


On the Capo, 
near the Her- 
mitage 


41 53-5 


3 12 4 








Roaas Bay. 


1 F. & Kl. ev. 2 
min. 


12 


78 


Police 11a point 


42 14 


3 107 








Cadariues. 


1 F. 


10 


IIG 


Calanans point, 
.S. sideof entr. 


42 15-5 


3 17-2 






















a 




Crcux. 


1 F. & Fl. ev. 3 
min. 


15 


285 


Near the ( 'ape, 
550 yards in 
shore 


42 18-7 


3 19-3 









COAST OF FRANCE. 



Cape Bearn. 
PoKT Vendkeh. 


IF. 
1 F. 


22 
10 


751 1 
98 1 


Monnt Beam 
Fort Faiial, W, 
side of entr. 


42 31 
42 31-3 


3 7-4 
3 0-7 


»j 


IF. 


7 


30 


FortB(<ain, S.E. 
entrance 


42 31 1 


3 6-7 


^^ 


1 F. Ri'il 


8 


07 


217 yards S.W. 
iS. 


■ 


- 


Port Nonvelle. 


1 F. 


10 


33 


W. Jetty Head 


43 8 


3 3-9 


.\OI)E. 


IF. 


6 


30 


E. Jetty Head, 
entr. Herault 
River 


43 10 -7 


3 20 G 


n 


IF. 

• 


10 


59 


S.E. Bastion, 
Fort Brescon, 
3 miles S.E. 
from mouth of 
River- 


43 15-5 


3 29-9 


" 


1 Rev. ev. min. 


27 


413 


On Mount Agdc, 
2'{ miles E. \ 
N. from River's 
mouth 


43 17 9 


3 30-1 


Cette, 


IF. 


12 


105 


On Mole, St. 
Louis Head, 
W. aide of entr. 


43 23-8 


3 42 



Lights i 1 one lead into the Poil;, 
69 yards from tlie Pier-head. 



In ordinary weather the eclipses 
are not total within 12 miles. 



I 



I'; 



.•)8 



LIGHTS AND TIDES.-MKDITEHRANEAN. 



Name of 
I-ight. 



2. 

Nil. Ill' F^ightH, 
(.'liai'iiutor, 8iu. 



3 



it'Li^lit 
jibdvc 
till' S.'ji 



Where placed. 



6. 

I'diHtion. 



Lat. 



Lung. 



7. 

KKMAKK8. 




9. 



•— a) 

a so 

.H 






Cettt'. 



'-' F. Virtical. 



Milo« 
4 



Fi't't. 
'.'72 



AlOURS MORTKS. 



Camaroue, or 
Faraman. 

Bouc. 



He Chateau il'If. 
Marseille. 



Plainer Rock. 

Cassia. 

Ciotat. 



Grand Rouveau 

Les Ambiez. 
Sepet Cape. 

Toulon Road. 



<; rand Riband Id. 
in We.stcrn 
Pass.toHycres 
Ro.ad. 

P0KQLER0LLE.S. 

Blanche Point. 

Lev ANTor Than 
Camarat. 



1 F. & Fl. ev. 4 

mill. 

1 F. JM. 
1 F. 



1 F. 
1 F. 
1 F. 

1 F. Rrf. 

1 F. 



1 F. & Fl. ev. 3 

mill. 
1 Rev. ev. ,', uiiu. 
1 F. 
1 F. 



1 F. 

1 F. 



Red. 



1 F. & Fl. ev. 3 
niin. 

1 F. 

2 F. Gnm. 



1 F. 



1 F. & Fl. ev. 4 

mill. 
1 F. 7?f(/. 

1 F. 

1 Rev. ev. min. 



i.-> 



3 
•20 



10 
10 



8 



10 

20 
10 
10 



14 

12 

9 
2 or .3 

10 
20 



15 
27 



2;{ 
12.-. 



<J8 

82 
30 



02 

131 

92 
39 

.'52 
1.51 

194 

52 



112 

2()2 

171 

246 
426 



N. 

o / 



.S.W. an^'lf. Foi-t 
Richelieu 



X. Mole of Chan 

18(i yards from 

Head 
N.W. Mole-head 
Mouth of the 

Vieux Rhone, 

East side 
Mole-head, N 

side of entr. 
Tower in Fort, 

S. aide of entr. 
K. lit. of lalaiid 
•loliette Port, 

>S. [it. of Mole 
Foot of Fort St. 

Jean Tov,-er, 

N. 8i<le of entr. 
Tete-de-More, 

S. siile of entr 
On the Rock 
W. side of entr. 
Berouard Mole 

Head, N. side 

of entrance 
New Mole Head 
On the Lslet 

On Rascas pt. 

Crosse Tour 
Floating on.S. W 

extreme, I'Ane 

Rank 
On the summit 



S. pt. of Island 

Battery on the 

(Jape 
E. pt. of Island 
On the Cape 



43 32 



43 



43 23 G 



43 
43 



16'8 
17-9 



43 17-7 



43 1: 



43 
43 
43 



43 
43 



11 9 

12-8 
10-3 

1 3 
47 



•*3 4 1 
43 (i2 

43 1 

42 09 

43 5-3 

43 2-8 
43 12 



E. 

o / 



4 40-8 



4 591 

5 19 8 
5 21 -4 

5 21-6 



:> 21 4 

.-) 13-7 

5 31-9 

5 30 (J 



5 :U',-C) 
r> 40 2 

5 ,-)0-G 



840 yanU VV. by N. .J N. from 
Mo\e Head light. These lights 
apjiear a« one beyond tin- dis- 
tance of 1,1 miles ; when in line 
with .St. Louis Mole It. they indi- 
cate the direction of the Eastern 
entrance, 'i'hey will bi- replaced 
later by Its., one on Frontignan 
.letty, the other on N.Ii T'ier- 
hea(l of Ijicak water. 

Will be removed on Espi(juette 
(luint. 



H. M 



Ft. 



l. 



C 80 

G 12-3 
G 217 

lio-r) 

G 40-4 



Concealed by the Laud to theS.E. 



Eclipses not total within G miles. 

To be kept to starboard on 
entei'ing. 

To be kept to port on entering. 



While, and Jied alternately. 



Eclipses not total within 12 miles. 



Eclip.ses not total within 12 miles. 
The interval of revolution <lis- 
tinguishcs this light from that 
of the Planicr Rock. 



.'!*!'*■. 



1 


9. 


w. 


•3 3, 


,t 


.H 


tc. 



Ft. 



LIGHTS AND TIDBS.-MKDlTFnUlANKAN. 



09 






1. 


2 


3. 


4. 


5 


e 


. 




7. 


8. 


9. 


Nanu* of 


No. of LiglitM, 
( 'liariietiT, iSkc. 


.a 


Il.iullt 

.)f!,i^'lit 
nhovi' 


Wlurc jiIikhmI. 


I'.iHi 


bion. 




Kkmakkr. 


II. w. 

at 
F.&C. 




Liglit. 








.2 C 




2 


thi) Sfa. 




Lat. 


L. 


ng. 




«•/- 






MilcH 


Fw-t. 




N. 

e ' 


1 






. 


H. M. 


Ft. 


St. Tropoz. 


1 F. Ittil. 


5 


3(i 


On.Ii'tty.N.Hi.l.' W K14 


38- 1 
















of I'olt 














(unncH. 


1 F. 


10 


40 


On the Mole 


4;j .12 8 


7 


0-8 








Antibeh. 


IF. 


20 


3.18 


Ik iniltiit >S. by 

w. 4 w. of 


4;i .'W8 


7 


7-0 


In loniing from tlie eaHtwanl 




















vesH('ln will see at the Hftme time, 














AntibuH, on 








Villa Franca, Nice, hut Aiitii)eB, 














Oaronjii' Peii- 








anil (lai'ou)ie Peninsula lights; 














iimiila 








the last is only viHilile to vesHclg 
from the S.W'. till round Caiie 

(iroH. 






»• 


1 F. * Fl. ev. 2 
iiiin. 


II) 


40 


8.E. Mole Head 


43 .l.'ii 


7 


7-7 


Preceded and followed liy ihurt 
ecliimes ev. 4 aixl 5 a. 






Nick. 


1, F. & Rrd Fl. 
. ev. 4 mill. 


10 


82 


Extrt'inity of 
outer Mole 


43 41 ri 


7 


17-7 


In extinguiHhed when the harbour 
Ih not aiiproachable. 






ViixA Franca. 


1. F. k Fl. ov. 
4 III in. 


18 


224 


Mala or Villa 
Franca point 


43 40-.'-. 


7 


10 









CORSICA. 



Cape Corso. 
Biistia. 



\ I.ISTRO. 

I 'OHIO Vecchio. 

Ilf'cif Lavczzi, 

Bell Boat. 
ISoMKACin I'oKT 

and Strait. 
Aj Afcio (!ri,F. 



Calvi. 

Tort Ros.sa, or 
lie Ronsse. 



1 Rev. ev. .|[niin. 

1 F. 

1 F. (ircen. 



1 F. Ited. 
1 F. 

1 F. & Fl. ev. 4 
min. 



1 Rev. ev. min. 

IF. 

1 F. k Fl. ev. 4 

min. 
I F. 

1 F. lind. 

1 F. 

1 F. Red. 

1 F. 



22 


209 


11 


82 


o 


30 


T) 


30 


25 


308 


20 


217 J 


27 


32.-) 


10 


08 


20 


322 


10 


02 


.'{ 


20 


20 


289 


G 


180 


5 


38 



Giraglia Isle 43 1 "7 
Dragon Bastion 42 41 '9 
L'Epenm, New 

head of Old 

Mole 
Dragon .letty 
N. of pt. Alerial42 15-7 

On Chiape pt. 41 357 

41 19 

t'apu I'ertusato 41 22 2 
Madonetta pt. ', 41 23 '3 



Sanguinaire Id. 



41 52-8 



42 35 2 ' 8 43-3 



On the salient 41 55 
angleofC'itadel 
Mole Head, at 

Margonajo 
Extremity of 

Revellata pt. j i 

Highest part of 42 38-8 8 55/ 

Pietra, or 

Ivossa Island, 

N.W. point 
Isola Rossa, 

Jetty Head 



9 24 1 Eclipse not total within 10 miles. 
9 20-9 

To be left to .Starboard. 



To be left to Port. 
9 30-9 

9 22 

9 16 I Proposed, with glasses to reflect 

the neighbouring lights. 
9 111 Not total within 12 miles. 

9 8-0 1 

I 

8 35-0 i 

8 44-4 I 



.!''*!'*■. 



t)0 



LIGHTS AND TIDES.- MKI)rTKI{I{A>iKAN 



1. 

Nuiiiu of 
l.i>{ht. 



No. of I,i),'lltM, 

Cli.iiacU'r, Ac. 



I 
!2 



•f IJ^lit 

IllrnVf 
thf .Siil. 



WlllTf t>laCC'll. 



6. 

I'lmitioii, 
Lat. liOii^. 



7. 

IUmakkh. 



8. 

II. w. 

lit 

F.&C. 



9. 



SARDIMA LSLANl). 






I '!S 



Kazxoi.i Ihi.and. 

Caprura Islo. 
Tksta. 

FKIUtr). 
Tiivoliiro. 
Ht'lliiviHta. 
Cavou Lslam). 
St. Ki.ias. 



Cftgliari. 
Cape .Si-akti- 

VENTO. 

St. I'ietko Id. 1 V. &. Fl. »v 

mill, 
Caccia. 1 F. StFl. cv. 4 

iiiiii. 

A.SINAKA I.SI.AM' 1 F. 

and Liii.y. 

I 
1 F. 



1 F. 

I 

1 F. & Fl. cv. 3 

mill. 
I llev, cv. 4 niin. 
I 
1 

I Riv. ev 4 mill. 
1 F. [Rnl I'l. i.y. 
2 mill. ) 



'2 F. JM. 



Mil.'h 



1.-. 
17 



14 

II) 



28 
•26 
24 

10 



Fftjt. 

•2H'2 



220 
220 



241 
2;{!» 



2G 
cacli 



430 
GIO 
202 

4!> 



N. i-t. 
fiii'io 

• iali'i'iv 
( )ii the 

On ihi- 
On the 
» hi till' 
Capo C 
On tlie 



in Itmii- 
Str.iit 
point 
Capo 

( 'iipi' 
('a[iL' 
Cape 
arboiui!'; 
( 'aiK; 



N. 

/ 

4! 18-> 

41 14 2 
41 14 7 

41 .S-7 
40 ,-.4 

;it» .•).-. 

39 -)-3 
39 11 



l^nlnvnco of , ;«) 120 

Harlioiir 
( >n tlif Capf .'{S .-.2 

Cai>e Saiulalo .Si) 8 7 

j 
W. entrance to 40 33'0 

I'orto ( 'onto 
Capraia or I 41 7 "7 

.Sooino Ciipo, 

N.jit. oflslaml. 
Port Torros. I 40 507 

eastorn .Mole i 

extremity I 



9 20 •: 

9 29 
9 8 

9 ;J2 
9 44 
9 43 
9 32 
9 9 



9 


7-3 


S 


.-•.•(•3 


8 


14-3 


8 


101 


8 


12 3 



8 24 4 



/V"/«J«C(/, 



H'lllllIlK/. 

thulillinj. 

Tho li^lit will open on a N.E. J 
N. luMi'in;,' when cntorinj^ tli'! 
(lulf of Caiiliaii from tin- wont- 
w.inl, ana '..II a N.W. % W. 
l>oaring wiion from the oantward. 



/'/•((/((J.<(7/. 



H. M. Ft 



COAST OF ITALY AND ADJACENT ISLANDS. 



Manrizio Port. 

Oueglia. 

Delle Mele. 
Vado Port. 

Savona Port. 

<Jenoa. 



1 F. 

1 F. 

1 I'. 
1 F. 

1 F. 

1 Ivov. ov. 4 mill 

1 1''. 



1 F. & Fl. ev. 
4 min. 



3 

3 

20 
3 

3 

24 



23 I Extremity of tliej 43 52-0 i 8 1 7 I Whit,' face towards the Ka-it ami 
Mole I I I lt((l toward.s the West. 



8 2-0 I Two faces, lied and Whitf. 



26 I M(.lo, K. of the 43 53i 

Port 

3.30 I On tlio (.'ape 43 r)7-3 8 10-3 I 

43 I San Lorenzo 44 101 8 20-5 ' 

Fort I 

32 Extremity of K. ; 44 187 8 29%) I 

Mole j I 

370 liatt.ry, west '' 44 24-1 i 8 r)4-3 | Eclipses not total within I.TmiioM. 
sideof harljoiir 



42 , W. Mole Head ! 44 24(i 



10 



94 



E. Mole Head 44 24 8 



8 54 Palo /.'((/ li{,'lit. In entering keep 
to oi.stward of tile large Imoy 
placed oil' the Mole. 

8 55 Eclipses not total within miles. 



. 



9. 

.2 C 



M. Ft. 



LIGHTS AND TIDES.— MKDITKUUANKAN. 



61 



1. 


2 


3. 


4. 


0- 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


N.inu' (if 


Nil. of LinlitH, 
i 'luinii.'tir, Ac. 


> 


ilt'iulit 
of Li^lit 

ftliilVt! 
tilt! Ml-H. 


WluTlt lllll(!f<l. 


I'lwit 


ion. 
Long. 


Hkmaiikh. 


II. w. 

at 
F.&C. 


■H 

«y7 


l.i^lit. 


Lnt. 












N. 


K. 












Mil.'N 


Ffit. 




a ' 


o / 




H. M. 


Ft. 


I'iiio I'ort. 


1 F. 


;i 


•j:» 


N. tiilc of fiitr. 


44 18 2 


13-3 








\'i'iiiTi' I'm t. 


I F. 


:< 


•-'0 


- 


44 3 1 


.-|0'2 








Sl'EZlA Ba\. 


1 F. 


15 


384 


S.W. iinrtTiii.) 
JHlaiul 


44 111 


i) 5;i 








Viiin'««ii.. 


1 1-'. 


10 


iCi 


On I'i.r 


43 .-|| 7 


10 140 








l.iVditN'i, (ir 


1 Itrv. «'V. 10 H. 


10 


1G7 


S. iit.nfaii Islainl 


43 32 (1 


10 17-7 


Kelipips not total within 9 niil<'«. 






Lkuiiohn. 


Hnlk \r/ut'' 






.'J calili'M I'niiii 
tilt! Miilo lit. 






.\ light shown in the Marzoeeo 
Tower ill stormy weather. A 
Jill"' tlaj{ near Mole Head when 
voHHelH are nut to enter the tilil 
port. 






M 


1 F. /.'-(/. 


' 


.-•1 


S. Hfu.l of t)u> 
Ciirvcil llifak- 
water 












ft 


1 F. 


10 


74 


N. fiiilotlJrfak- 
water 


- 


• 


Principal lijjht liearn S. \ ]•]., ami 
tin.' Marzoeeo 'i'uwer N.F, 4 N. 






11 


1 F. 


■ 


■ 


H.W. cxtroint' 
.Strait Jetty, 
on N. siile 




* 








Cajiraia Inle. 


1 F. 


t 


IIG 


Ferri jioiio Cape 


43 2 9 


9 51 


1 






Mima Isi.vnu. 


1 F. 


!•-' 


200 


Stella Fort 


42 48 


10 20-3 








ti 


1 1'. 


:i 


•-'1 


(liillo Fort, near 
Sasita Marit- 
tiiaa 












, ^ 


1 F. 


i:i 


10.-) 


Focardo Fort 


42 4.'r2 


10 247 








" 


I F. 


8 


40 


San Oiovaiini 
point 


■ 


• 








.»» 


1 F. 


. 


- 


breakwater 


- 


- 


I'm/ifimil. 






I'ai.majoi.a 


1 Int. ev. i mill. 


•20 


344 


('entro of Iwland 


42 51 -9 


10 28-4 








I'iariDHa iHlaml, 


1 F. 


10 


78 


On the Hatterv, 
W. ol Tort 


42 33 


(0 G-1 








I'ort 'ralaiiiDiu'. 


1 F. 


10 


•)8 


S. of the Port, 
extremity of 
the Castle Wall 


42 32-5 


11 8 








I'nrt Sail Stefaiiii 


1 F. 


10 


108 


Near Lividonia 
pt. riylit side 
of iMitrancu 


42 2G4 


11 G-4 








Giglio Islaiul. 


IF. 


"xirCi 


18 


(;ij,dio I'ort, 
•Mole Head 


- 


- 






• 


• I 


1 Rev. ev. iiiiii. 


'26 


1((17 


Vaeeliert'cchio 
Hill 


42 21 o 


10 53-8 


Masked between X.N.W. J W. 
round N. to N.N. E. 3 E. 






Port Krcole. 


1 F. 


G 


- 


Ikocca Fort 


42 23-4 


II 12 7 








1 1 


I F. 


8 


52 


Santa Barbera 
Battery, left 
side of oiitr. 


" 


" 








ClVITAVEft'IUA. 


1 Rev. ev. 40 s. 


l(j 


120 


Anteimiz.ale, S. 
end of Break- 


42 5 4 


11 +41 


Visible soawanl between N. by 
AV. ■• W. and S. by K. i E. 














water 






Not totAl within 10 miles. 


i 


It 


1 F. Gr>'<n. 


3 


2.S 


Bicchiere Mole 


- - 


- - 








t» 


1 F. Green. 


3 


2:? 


Lazaretto Mole 


. 


. 








l'"iuiniciiio. 


1 Huv. 


G 


!).") 


M.mth of the 
Til.er 


41 4G2 


12 IIG 








Anzid, or Aiizo. 


1 F. 


4 


5G 


On Mole Head 


41 20-9 


12 42-2 








Monte CmcELLo 


1 F. 


- 


- 


- 


41 12-7 


13 5-2 


Proposed. 







li- 



G2 



LIGHTS AND TIDES.— MEDITEREANEAN. 



W 



m 



mi 



! !c 



1 1 






\l'' 



Name of 
Light. 



No. of Lights, 
Cliamcter, &c. 



3. 


4. 


■^ 


Height 


1^ 


of Light 


rO 


iihovi' 


'C 


the Soa. 



5. 



Wlurc phiceil. 



6. 

Position. 



Lat. 



Long. 



I 



Badino. 
Terracina. 

Oaeta. 



Ponza Island. 



San Angch"). 
IsrmA IsLAxn. 



PrOCIHA IsL.^ NT) 

Cave Miskno. 
Baia. 

Pntoolano, or 
Puozzuoli. 



Nisita Island. 
Naples. 



('ASTELt.AMAHE. 

(,'aniipan(.lla. 

( 'Al'HI Isl.AM). 

Orso. 

i'licnti'. 



2F. 

1 F. 

1 F. and Fl. ev. 

3 niin. 
IF. 



1 Kev. ev. .^min. 

Rid ,(• WhUv 
1 F, 



1 F. 

1 F. 
1 
1 F. 

I Rev.Gv. .Smin, 

flaslies 
2F. 

1 F. 

1 Rev.ev. ,',niin. 

1 F. 

1 F. RhI 



1 Rev. cv. 2niin 
1 F. Rul 
1 F. Grem. 

I Rev. ev. 2niin. 

1 F. & Fl. ev. 3 
mil. 

\ Rev ov. niin. 

1 F. 

\ Rev. ev. iiniii. 
1 F. & I'l. ev. W 
niin. 

1 F. 



Miles 

2or.S 

18 



8orl0 



24 
12 



12 

2G 

() 



12 

f. 
o 

20 
10 

1.-) 
10 

2r) 
i;j 



Feet. 
10 



37 

2(10 
38 

107 
43 



107 
40 
20 



78 



I.kS 
3.-> 

100 



202 
S2 



8;f 



"Pl.xtr. of Canal 
Molt Head 

St. Catherine 

Tower 
St. iMaria Tower 

entrance of the 

Port 
N.E. part of Id 

Rotnnda della 
Madonna sum- 
mit, S. side of 
the Port 

Extr. of Jetty, 
in the Battery 

Vandotena Isle 
On the point 
Point Caruso 

Entr. of Port, 
N. Vu. side of 
Islanil 

Bagno Port 

Chiupetto point 
On S. point 
Tenaglia Fort 
New Mule, or 

outer Pier of 

Califnila 

Bridge 
N. point, extr. 

of the Mole 
Extremity of 

the Mole 
Lt V. .i caldo 

E. S. E. from 

liglit on .Moll' 
l'>lbow of the 

Mole 
Porto Militaire, 

E. extr. of New 

M.de 

liatlerv at the 

Mole'Head 
<Mi the point 

Carena \w\vX 
On the Cajie 



N. 

O / 

41 10-8 
41 10-9 

41 12-4 

41 12 



40 53-0 



40 53 6 

40 47 r) 
40 41-4 
40 45 -4 

40 44-8 

40 44-7 

40 4<)-2 
40 40() 
40 48-7 
40 49-3 



40 47-8 
40 50-3 

40 ."0'2 
40 50 

40 41 -0 

40 .34 1 

40 :{2 1 
40 .37 -5 



On the Cape 40 39 



E. 

o / 

13 121 
13 15-5 

13 35-3 

13 35-3 



12 58 



12 50-4 

13 25- 
13 53-3 
13 51-8 

13 56-5 



13 50-5 

14 1 

14 5 2 

14 3-7 

14 7 



14 9-8 
14 15 

14 15 
14 150 

14 28-1 

14 19-2 

14 12 
14 41 

14 44 



7. 

REMARK.S. 



H. W. 


"o Si 


at 


a) = 


P. &C. 


f2-r 



Bilildinrf. 



H. M. 



Proposed 
PrnpoM((l, 
Proposfd.- 



Green on theW. side and Red on 
the E. side. 

Prn)tos(d' 

In Iwil weather seen only 4 miles. 

Prormoual. 



Temporarii, should have a wide 
berth in passing. 



S. :] E. 500 yards from high It. 
Bring the light to l>ear W.S.W. 
and run in on that hearing. 



This light leads through the Boeea 

Piecola. 
J'riipiincil. 
F. light vis. 132 h. ; Fish. s. ; 

preceded and followed by ecli]>.ses 

of 21 8. 



I't. 



8. 



9. 



o to 



I't. 



LIGHTS AND TIDES.— MEDITERRANEAN. 



63 



1. 

Name of 
Light. 



2 

No. of Lights, 
Character, &c. 



4. 

Height 

)f Light 

above 

the Sea, 



Where placed. 



6. 

I'ositiou. 
Lat. I Long, 



7. 

EEMAKKa 



8. 

H. W 

at 
F.&C 



9. 






SICILY AND ADJACENT ISLANDS. 



Faro. 


1 F. & Fl. 




3 mill. 


Mkasina. 


1 F. Red. 



Catania. 

S.VNTA OllOGE. 
AadUHTA. 

Magnisi. 
Syracuse. 



MlJRRODlPoilCO 

I'assruo Cai'e, 
ToiireNobile 
Slope. 

(JORRENTr, or 

Islo of (Jurreuts 



1 F. 

1 F. ( a bright 
Z?f>(ahwhev. 2 
min. ) 

I F. Rod. 
1 F. 

1 Rev. ev. 3 min 
J P. Girm. 
1 F. Red. 

1 F. 

1 Rev. ev. 4 min- 
1 Rev. cv.2miu. 



I F. 



SCARAMIA, or 1 F. 

I'lINTA SeCCA. 

(Jirgeiiti. 1 F. Red. 

ilONTE ROSSELLO 



CapeGkanitui.a 



Marsala. 



Favkjnana Id, 



Mauetimo Id. 

l.KVANZO. 
Fiiriiiielie, E. 

Islf. 
I'alumbo Rock, 

Tkapani. 



1 Y.kRedVlah. 

ev. 2 min. 
1 F. 



1 F. and Fl. ev. 
lij min. 

1 F. C.reeii. 

1 Rev. ev. min. 



1 F. 

I F. Red. 

1 F. Green. 

I F. & FL ev. 
3 min. 

1 F. Red. 



Miles 

11 to 

14 

o 



3 
12 



2 
14 
14 
10 
10 



20 
18 

11 

18 

10 
20 

19 

12 

10 
20 



18 
10 



11 to 
14 



Feet. 
72 

85 

23 
123 



22 
91 

90 
49 
80 

123 

108 
2(59 



50 

123 

52 
322 

123 



01 
141 



282 
85 



139 



Pelorus Tower 

Salvatore F(jrt, 

extr. of Cam- 

paua Fort 
N. by W. from 

San Ranieri 
K. part of the 

Citadel jioint, 

San Ranieri 

Tower 
i:xtr. of Hole 
On the Cape 
Avola Island 
Greco point 
iVIaniace Castle, 

N, .side of entr. 
Massa point, S. 

side of entr. 
On the Cape 
On Cozzo 

Spadaro Hill 

On the Island, 
S.E. end of 
Sicily. near 
Cape Passero 

On the Cape 

Extr. of Pier 
On the point 

On the Cape, 

9-10 mile S. of 

extreme 
Slole Head, 

entr. of new 

])ort 
M.-u'sala point, 

S. E. ]iart 
Form, W. pt. of 

Island 
Libeccis point 

Cape G rosso 
N.E. part of 

Tower 
Breakwater 

extreme 
Columbara Iil., 

S. lit. on Blole 

Head 



' N. I E. 

0/0 / 

38 10 9 I 15 41-5 



38 11-8 

.S8 11-5 
33 11-5 



37 29 
37 15-3 
37 12-8 
37 9-7 
37 3 

37 2-3 

37 0-2 
30 41 -2 



30 38 



30 40-2 

.•17 15'0 
37 10-8 

37 33-7 



15 34 



15 34 '5 A small light; will be replaced by 

a Flashing light ev. 3 min 
15 34-3 



15 5-2 
15 15-5 
15.13-4 
15 14-7 
15 10-2 

15 16 3 

15 18-8 
15 8-8 



15 3 5 



14 30 3 

13 31-8 
13 27-1 

12 36-8 



37 48-1 12 28-1 



12 22 5 



37 


.53 '9 


37 


50 


37 57-7 


38 


1-2 


37 


59-4 


38 


0-8 


38 


0-7 


38 


2 



H. M. 



12 17-2 

12 3*7 Proposed. 



12 22 
12 20-2 



12 30 
12 30-5 

12 31 A guide to the anchorage. 



Ft. 



'|;i 



H' 



|.! ' I. 



64 



LIGHTS AND TIDES.- MEDTTHRKANKAN. 



Name of 
Liyht. 



St. Vito. 

Gallo. 

Palermo. 

MiLAZZO. 



2. 

No. (if Lit;lits, 
Cliaraoter, &c. 






4. 

Hi'i(<lit 

of Liglit 

aliove 

the Sea, 



'Wlaiv placfil. 



6. 

Position. 
Lat. I LoiiL', 



, i N. E. 

Miles Feet. \ ° ° ' 

1 F. &7?^(/Flsh. 20 142 173 yanls from :!S i;!-.') 12 4.")'1 

ev. 2 mill. , t'xti-. of ('a|ii' \ 

IF. II to- 14.-) On the rai)e I .SS 14 l.S 24-1 

14 i 
1 F. & Fl. ev. 11 to 02 On Mole Hea.! 38 82 l.'l 22 8 

2 mill. '"t j I 

IF. 



8tol 28.") N. extremity of j 38 IG 15 13-9 
12 1 Peninsula 

Vi'LcANoISLVNirl F. & Fl. cv. II &! 4.-)2 i!o.sario,orS.VV.: 38 22 14,50 
3 iiiin. 14 I jpoint j 



Lipari. 



1 F. 



On the highest 38 287 14 :->lb 
house of Casa | I 

Biauoa I I 



7. 



Tin>imr(iiii. 





8. 





liK.S. 


H. W. 

at 
l'\ & U. 


- u. 




II. M. 


Ft. 


- 


' • 





ISLANDS OF MALTA. 



t"i ■ 



li,' 



gozo islaxd. 
Malta Island. 



Malta, Valetta 
Harbour. 



Lampedusa Id. 



1 Eev. ev. iiiin. 24 



2 F. Vertical. 



1 F. 

2 F. lied. 
Vertical. 

1 F. Red. 

1 F. 



."^t. Venere. * 
Rcggio. 

Capk Sparti- 

\i;nto. 
Tarantrt. 
Santa Paolo Id. 



IF. 



1 F. 



15 
4 



Gallijioli. 

I 

I 
St. Andrea Lslet.l 1 Rev. ev iiiiii. 



S. Maria. 
Brinoi.si. 



1 F. and Fl. ev. 

3 luin. " 
1 F. 



400 I N.W. jioint, 
hi^dlest part 
Tignept., Marsa 
Museeit Harl 



71 

4(3 



107 

80 
55 



Castle of St. 

Elmo 
N.W. angle, 

Kicasoli Fort 



I4S j Mar.sa Seirooco, 
Dallamara pt. 
Cavallo Hiaiiea 
jKiiut 



36 4 14 10 

35 54 14 31 5 

.35 40-5 14 34 

35 291 12 361 



COAST OF ITALY. 



- 


1 


5 


75 


7 


64 


20 


147 


S^ 




13 


72 


8toI2 


106 



Between Pizzo 


38 45 


16 11 5 


and Bivona 






Chnrch of Santa 


38 6-7 


15 387 


Jlaria Porto 






Salvo 






- 


37 56 


16 3 5 


Cape St. Vito 


40 24-7 


17 12 2 


- 


40 24-7 


17 10-5 


( )u detached 


40 1-7 


17 58-7 


Mole 






On tile I.^let, 14 


40 2 5 


17 56-1 


miles iroin 






Port(;allipoli 






On the Cape 


.39 47-5 


18 23 



Pet.igue P.oeka j 40 39'5 ; 17 o9-5 

I I 

Castelh) Island 40 39'4 17 587 



Proposed. 

Building. 

liuHding. 
Proposed. 



Proposed. 

Arc of visibility ."ieaward 300° 

Between the two towers is the 
entrance to Brindisi Port. 



( 'hie 



8. 





I. w. 


"^i 


at 


Si.= 


'. it V. 


w — 




r. 



. M. 



hi. 



LIGHTS AND TIDES.— MEDITERRANEAN. 



66 



1. 


2 


3. 


d 


6. 


€ 


1. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


Name of 

Light. 


No. of Lights, 
Cliaracter, &e. 


.!• 


oft /lit 

above 


Where placed. 


Position. 


Remarks. 


H. W. 

at 
F. &C. 


0) .s 


. 




22 - 








the Sea. 




Lat. 


Long. 




M'-F 












N. 


E. 












\Iile.s 


Feet. 




/ 


/ 




H. M. 


Ft. 


C. (rALLO. 


1 Rev. ev. iiiiiii. 


20 


129 


Torre di Pennc 


40 41 1 


17 56-3 


Visible round the horizon. 






Moiidpoli, 


1 Int. 


9 




l']xtr. of Jetty 


40 57-2 


17 22 






MmIu. 


1 Int. 


9 


" 


On the Pier 


41 .S-9 


17 8 






liuii, N. side. 


1 F. Jinl. 


5 


21 


W. Mole Head 


41 G-5 


IG 52-7 The entrance to the Port is N. W. 


i 










extreme 




\ of the light. 






St. Oataldo. 


1 




_ 


On the point 


41 9 


16 53 


Proimst'd. 






.MOI.FETTA. 


1 F. and Fl. ev. 
.'t mill. 


14 


04 


Extremity of 
detached Mole 


41 12-4 


16 31-0 








Builetta. 


I F. 


14 


G9 


Extreme east- 
ern Mole 


41 13-2 


16 36-3 








Maiifredonia. 


IF. 


G 


26 


On end of Mole 


41 37 8 


15 55-9 








»» 


I F. R„l. 






S. of a village, 
shown from a 
wall 












IVtlogosa Island. 


1 


- 


■ 


- 


42 24 


' 16 17-2 


Proposed. 






Vie-sti. 


1 


- 


- 


. 


41 .-)2-7 


16 11 


Biiil.dhiij. 






ASCDNA. 


1 F. Ii,'<L 


() 


59 


Jlole Head of 
St. Clement 


43 37-7 


13 30-4 


Lt. S.W. 1 S. clears the Volpe 
llocks. In going in keep I4 
cabks from light. 






fi 


1 Rev. ev. 45 s. 


21 


40G 


Monte dei Cap- 
pujcini, \i mile 
E. of Port 


43 37 -G 


13 31-1 








Siiiigaglia. 


1 F. 


G 


59 


On E. Mole 


43 43 


13 13 1 


Anchor with the It. bearing S.W. 






Kano. 


1 F. 


G 


50 


On E. Mole 


43 51-3 


13 11 


Lighted occasionally. 






I'csaro. 


1 F. 


Gto9 


50 


Centre of E. Mole 


43 557 


12 54-5 








Uiiuino. 


1 F. 


4 


25 


End of E. Mole 


44 4G 


12 34-5 








("l-.SKXATK'O. 


1 Rev. ev. min. 
1. F. 


12 


.•JO 
55 


On E. Mole or 
Stockade, N.i: 
andS.W. 


44 12 


12 26 








i'lTvia. 


1 F. 


G 


42 


On the Mole 


44 15 9 


12 21 1 








liiivenna. 


I F. 


G 


42 


On the Mole, 
near Corsini 
Canal 


44 28-9 


12 17 


To be left on the port siile on 
entering. 






Po di Goro. 


1 F, 


14 


GGi 


Near Piinta di 
Goro, right 


44 48-7 


12 20 6 


This light v/ill be useful to point 
out (ioro Road, which is a safe 














hand side of 






anchorogeinaboraorN.E. wind. : 












river's mouth 




1 









NORTH AND EAST COASTS OF THE ADRIATIC; IONIAN ISLANDS, &c. 



Malamocco. 

* 'hioggia Port. 

Litlo Poi-t. 
I'l.vvE Vkcciiia. 
'Jrado Port. 

'ri;iK.STK. 

1>assania. 

IvOVKJNO. 



2F. 



Ji<d. 

White 



1 F. .S7,-^ Blue. 

1 F. 
1 F. 
1 

1 Int. ev. ,^ min. 

(Flash 8 s.) 
IF. 
1 F. &. Fl. ev. 2 

min. 



12 
G 

12 



9 
J4 

13 

24 
12 



45 ] Roclietta inner 
each Mole, Spignon 
Canal 
Fort St. Felice 
Tower, S. pt. 
' of entrance 



148 
IIG 

110 
73 



45 20-2 


12 20 


45 13 3 


12 16-4 


45 26 


12 .30 '2 



Temm-xn/. N.W. by W. and 
S.E. by E., 1.380 yard.s. 



On the E. point 45 28'8 12 .35-1 | An Argand Lamp. 

'■ 45 40-5 I 13 22-2 \ Propvml. 
Santa Teresa 45 38-8 13 45 
Mole 

Salvore [toint 45 29 I 13 29-5 

Giovanni Rock 45 25 ' 13 357 Alternately //et^ & ir/nVc. 



''1. 



G6 



LIGHTS AND TIDES.-MEDITKRRANKAN. 



I ■ % 

I 1 p 






i *f 



1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


s. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9 


Name of 
Light. 


No. of Liglit!*, 
Character, &c. 


>> 


Height 
of Liglit 

above 
the .Sea. 


Where ]ilaec(l. 


position. 
Lat. Long. 


Rk.marks. 


H. W. 

at 
F.&C. 


T. • — 












N. 


E. 












Miles 


Feet. 




' 


/ 




H. .M. 


Ft. 


I'ola. 


1 Rev. ev. ^niin. 


10 


42 


C. Compare 


44 .')2-3 


13 40 T) 








Cape Promon- 


1 F. 


1,-) 


111 


Porer Rock, a 


44 4rr2 


13 r)3'4 








TOHE. 








mile S.W. of 
the Cape 












Fiiiino, Quarncro 


1 F. Bed. 


4 


28 


Extremity of 


4.-. 18-7 


14 25 f) 


Also two lights in the Town Clock 






(iulf, Croatia. 








the outer Mole 




1 Tower. 






Segna. 


IF. 


8 


' 


Extr. of Maria 
Art Mole, S. 
siile of Port 


44 r)9 2 


14 .53 -5 


• 






Lossini Island. 


1 F. 


8 


.•{2 


Port Cigalc, S. 
side of entr. , 
Ma(U)nna jit. 


44 31-7 


14 20 








Sansego Island. 


1 


- 


- 


On the Lsland 


44 30 


14 18-5 


BuHdlmj. 






BiANrnE Point. 


1 Rev. cv. .Siuin. 


18 


i;!0 


N.W. point of 
Grossaor Lun- 
ga Island 


44 <)-7 


14 49.5 








Lucietta. 


I 


- 




On the Lsland 


43 37-0 


15 34^5 


I'ro^iijxeti. 






Lt'sina. 


1 


. 


. 


- 


43 11 


Ki 22 








LissA Island. 


1 F. & Fl. ev. 
mill. 


12 
Fl. 1.-) 


12.-) 


Premontore pt., 
E. extreme of 
Island 


43 4 2 


10 l.-)-3 


Visible from aiiout N. round W. 
and S. toS.E. by E. i E. The 
limit of light pa.sses 4 mile north- 
ward of the small islets Vacca 
and Vitelli, outside Port St. 
Giorgio. 






Ro.^.so Porto. 


1 F. 


•21 


342 


On Skrigeva pt. 


42 43 3 


1() 53-1 














S. extreme. 








' 










Lagosta Island 










G Favosa. 


1 


- 


- 


- 


42 40 


18 4-7 


fhiililiiiy. 






CATTEKoGcr.:. 


1 F. 


20 


2r,.s 


Piinta d' Ostro 


42 •23-r) 


13 321 








Antivari. 


1 F. 


8 


12: 


In Fort, within 
the Caiie, .S. 
side of entr. 


42 2 


19 








Uurazzo. 


1 F. 


ti 


.")2 


About 33 feet 


41 17-4 


19 •27-3 


Whitv when bearing from E. .'. S. 














from Quay 






to N.E. bv E. \ E., n>d from 


I 
















N.E. by E. 1 i:. to N. by E. 4 




















E., and WhiU' from N. by E. \ 




















E. to N. W. by W. i W. 




.\vlonaorValona 


1 F. /i''f. 


T) 


S2 


First point 


40 24 


19 ^27 


■ 


Bay. 








sout iward 










TicNoso. 


1 F. 


14 


100 


Summit of the 


3!) 48 2 


19 .-)7 ■» 














Rock 












t.'ortu liarljour. 


1 F. 


18 


240 


('itadel 


:{<i 37 1 


19 .-)G'5 








Lefcliiiiio Lt. V. 


1 F. 


6 to 8 


20 


N. part shoal in 
5 fathoms 


3!) 27-') 


20 4 


Hy keej-ingtheLt. V. N.N.W. ^ 
\V. dangers wdl be avoided. 






Paxo. 


1 F. 


1') 


.•{(JO 


Lakaiit.,N.end 
of Paxil Island 


3!) 13 


20 9 








. 1 


1 F. 


10 


107 


Madonna Id., 
in Port Gayo 


39 11-5 


20 12-3 








Santa Maura. 


1 F. 


!» 


r.4 


On th.; Mole 


38 .■)()•,■) 


'20 42-9 




'■' 




ItliacH. 


1 F 


(i 


.•{0 


Andna pt. , E. 


38 -22 3 


•20 42 .■> 


• 














.side of cutr. to 


















P..rt Vathy 












f 1 


I F. 


- 


13 


I^azari'tto, Port 
Vathy 


;J8 -22 1 


•20 42-8 








Kei'HAi.onia or 


1 F. 


12 


1-22 


Guardiana Rock 


38 8-2 


•2(» 26 r> 








(Jki'haloma. 


1 F. 


5 


3-. 


Hook jit, Port 
Argostoli 


38 11-2 


20 28 •n 









LIGHTS AND TIDES.— MEDITERRANEAN. 



67 



.Name i>f 

l.iiuht. 



2 



No. of Ligli 
( 'liiiractur, i 



tn, 
kc. 






4. 

Hi'itrht 

of Liglit 

aliove 

tlie Sea 



Where placed. 



6. 

Position. 



Lat. Long. 



7. 

Remarks. 



KKrii.vr.oNiA or 

Cl'.rilALOMA. 

Mi.solongbi. 



I'atras. 
/ante. 



Katakolo. 
Stkivau Ids. 



1 F. 
1 F. 



1 F. >t Fl. 

2 mill. 
1 F. 



2 F. Iii'(f. 

Very faint. 
I F. /ted. 
1 F. 



Miles 


Feet. 
17 


10 


- 


7 


50 


8 or 9 


93 




each 


30 
eacli 


4 


.•i3 


12 


127 

1 



N. 



E. 



liixuri Port, on I "I * 

tlie Mole ! I 

W. pt. entrance! 38 lOf) 21 23-2 

to Laiie, N. W.^ 

by W. I W. I 

miles from | 

Bakari point ' 



Mole Head 
Cape Krionero 

Mole Head 

Fxtr. of Jetty 

Highest part 
Staniiihanild., 
S. of the Con- 
vent 



38 14-4 21 46-3 
37 48-6 20 54-3 

37 47 •4; 20 54-5 

37 39"2|21 20 
37 15 2 21 1-2 



No dependence on their being 
/■ lighted. 



Light kept >S.W. by S. leads to 
the westward of the Montague 
Pocks, and S.W. l)y VV. :] W. 
leads to tlie eastward of them. 



8. 



H. \V. 


^?n 


at 




F.&C. 





9. 



H. M. 



Ft. 



GRECIAN ARCHIPELAGO. 



Ckukio Island. ' 1 Rev. ev. I^min 24 



.•{(i3 



Monemva.sia. . 

Sl'KZZIA. 
lit I IN A. 

Tliemi.stoeles 
(.'ape. 

Teir.aeus of 
Athens. 

l.ijiso Island. 
Syra. 



Zea. 

An DUOS Island, 
Doro Passage. 

Canal de Negro- 
])iint 



VoLO fJtJLF. 



1 F. 

1 F. 

1 F. j 

1 F. I 

2 F. Vertical ' 

1 F. Jfed. 

I F. 

1 Rev. ev. 2 min 

1 Rev. ev. mill. 

1 F. R,'d. 

1 F. and Fl. ev. 

2 min. 

1 F. and Fl. ev. 

3 min. 

I F. 

1 F. 

1 F. Rrd. 
1 F. Red. 



8 i 91 



10 


93 


4 


17 


3 

each 


43 1 
33 



OnCape Spathi;' 
573 yds. ironi ] 
N. pt. ot Ishandj 

E. si.U. of ! 

Kapsali Pay 

On the Cape 

Near N.E. pt. 
of Island 

S.E. elbow of 
N. Mole 

27 yds. within 
the point 



20 i N. Mole Head 



36 22-8 I 22 57-5 Visilde 258' from E. by N. | N. 

I round northward to N.N.W. 

I i * w. 

3() 8-5 i 23 0-3 Visible only between N.N.W. 

' ! and N.E. ,i N. 

Occasionally. 



3 
17 
20 



12 
30 



20 
184 
105 

14 
108 

708 



6 
6 



85 
82 



S. Mole Head 
N.E. part 
W. Mount, 

(jaidaro Island 
E. Mole 
St. Nikohao, N. 

pt. of entrance 
;C. Fassa, N.W. 

])t , about 

mih' inland 
C. Aia Marina, 

Perdoun Id. 
Bonrzi Tower 

Cape Kavoulia. 
Cape Sesklo. 



30 41 
37 15 

37 44 

37 55 



2 I 23 
Oi 23 

■5 j 23 

•8 i 23 



3-5 
10 

25-5 

377 



37 562 i 23 38 2 



37 5() 
37 25 



4 ' 23 
•5 j24 



37 39-5 



35-7 

58-8 



24 19-7 



37 57-5 24 42-5 



10 feet apart. Upper light Red 
and l(7/i7(\ lower /i'e</ ; not vis. 
to the northward of N. VV. 

[■ 72 yards apart. 



38 11-1 


24 5-9 


38 22-7 


23 39-5 


39 6-2 


23 3-5 


39 22 5 


22 56-5 



Visible from S. ^ W. round west- 
ward to N.E. by E. i E. to clear 
the Kaloyeri Rocks. 

Projwsed. 

Proponed. 



(]8 



LIGHTS AND TIDES.— MEDITERRANEAN 



h'h 



i 



m 

if 






1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


8. 


6. 


• 

7. 


8. 


9 


Name of 
Light. 


No. of Lights, 
Character, &e. 


'§ 


Height 

of Light 

aliovc 


Where placed. 


Position. 


Rkmark.h. 


H. AV. 

at 
F.&C. 












>• 


the Sea. 




Lat. Long. 


* 


«■/- 






Mile^ 


Fi-et. 




N. 

/ 


1 *- 

1 ° ' 




H. M. 


Ft. 


Salomki (Ulf. 


1 licv. ev. niin. 

« 


15 


-)2 


On Point Kns- 

sandra 


39 57-5 


23 22 








If 


2F. 


8 


52 


Panomi point. 


40 21 7 


22 .'54 -4 


Vertical. 






»> 


1 F. Red and 
White. 


10 


85 


On Cape Kara 


40 29 5 


22 49-7 


Red from N. :| W. to NE. i N. 
by the N. White light kei)t in 
sight clears Touzla point. 


• 




Tknedos Island 


1 F. 


14 


95 


Ponente, or W. 

point 


.'19 .50 


25 58-7 








(iADARO. 


I F. & R^d Fl. 
ev. 2 111 in. 


12 


59 


On Islet 


;19 50 


26 6-2 




• 




l.'ape Baba. 


1 


■ 


- 


On Raba House 


.39 28-5 


20 4-7 


Proposed. 






Sivrigi Cape. 


1 F. 


() 


S2 


110 yards from 
extremity 


.39 27-7 


20 15-2 








MiTYLENI Id. 


1 F. 7?.W. 


G 




Skanunia, N.E. 
jit., 87 yards 
from extreme 


.39 2.3 


20 22 


• 






»f 


1 Kev. ev. 1 niin. 
Red. 


24 


180 


Sigri Island 


.39 13 


25 51-2 








)» 


2 F. R,d. 


4 

each 


2.S 

eacli 


N. AS. entrances 
to the Port 


39 C 


20 .34 7 








)i 


1 F. i^'(/. 





104 


Above the Fort, 
onMityleni ])t. 


.39 6-2 


20 34-8 








Eleos Island. 


1 F. 


12 


197 


Summit 


39 19-5 


26 .33-2 








Smykna Gl'LF. 


IF. 


20 


230 


Merminji Cape, 
273 yds. from 
extreme 


38 37 


26 40-3 


Visible White seaward, between 
S.S.E. :j E. and E. ^ S. ; Red 
between E. f S. and N. by W. 
1 W. A F. light llreen, below 
the above light, shows the 
direction of the Merminji Rocks 






j» 


2 F. GreeH. 


5 


52 


Off Tani Kc- 
desse, or Peli- 
can Lt. V. in 
10 fathoms 


38 25-2 


26 58 1 


Vertical. 






»» 


2 F, i?.'r/. 


5 


49 

* 


Sanjak Kalessi, 
extreme point, 
82 feet 


,38 25 1 


27 1-9 


Vertical. 






i> 


2 F. Green. 


4 


52 


Sanjak Spit Lt. 
V. in 4 fathoms 


.38 25-2 


27 21 


Vertical. 






Pasha Island. 


1 Rev. ev. inin. 


15 


246 


E. point 


.38 30-3 


26 18-3 








Khios. 


2 F. /?t'(/. 


4 

each 


52 


Port Kastro, N. 
side of eiitr. 


.38 22-7 


26 9-2 


Vertical. 






Pas|)aigo Island. 


1 F. 


12 


118 


On the Island 


.38 17-9 


26 12-8 








Scala Nuova. 


1 F. 





its 


W. pt. of entr. 


37 51-5 


27 10 








Sa.mos I.sland. 


1 F. 


6 


i.n 


A ..Ihi Port, E. 
entrance 


37 40-3 


20 59-2 








»i 


1 F. 





72 


Tigani Port, E. 
side. 


.37 41 


20 .50-6 








Kalolinino Id. 


1 Rev. ev niin. 

• 


10 


180 


394 feet ()f E. 
extremity 


37 3-5 


27 7 4 








Husiiein Point. 

1 


I F, (Jreen. 


.5 


82 


180 feet within 
the point 


30 .57-5 


27 17-2 









I 


9 


w. 


it 


it 


*• = 


ArC. 


^^ <:i. 




•^ /. 



i\I. Ft. 



LIGHTS AND TIDES.— MEDITERRANEAN. 



69 



1. 


2 


3. 


4. 


0. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


Niiiiic of 
Liglit. 


N(\ of Lights, 
(,"haracter, &c. 




Height 

of Light 

above 

the Sea. 


Where placed. 


Position. 
Lat. Long. 


Kemarks. 


H. W. 

at 
F.&C. 

• 




ivos Island, 

RHODE,S. 


1 F. JM. 
.1 F. I{ed. 


Miles 
5 

4 


Feet. 
5J) 

52 


402 feet within 
Kouin point 

Koiiin Hournou 
or Molino pt. 


N. 

/ 

36 55 
36 27-2 


E. 

o / 

27 I8-3 

28 157 




H. M. 


Ft. 


11 


1 Rev. ev. iiiin. 


15 


IIS 


Tower of St. 
l']Imo 


36 267 


28 16-3 




, 




Candia. 


1 F. 


10 


75 


Khania, E. Mole! 35 30 -8 
Head 


24 1-4 










1 F. & Fl. ev. 
inin. 


l.j 


107 


Cape Drepauo 35 28-2 


24 14 6 










1 F. Ormi. 


G 


■82 


Siida, in the 35 28-8 
Fortress 


24 9-3 


• 








1 F. 


10 


50 


Kithymno ' 35 22 


24 29 2 


. 








1 F.' 


10 


52 


Megalo-Kastron 
(on the Mole) 
Paleo Kastro 


35 21 


25 8 '8 


Almost a decoy, being rivalled by 

brighter light.s. 
Proposed. 







DARDANELLES, AND SEA OF MARMORA. 



Konm Kaleh. 



Hklla.s. 
Seddnl Bahr. 

Khejihez, or 

Barl)er'a Pt. 
Kilid Bahr. 

• "hanak. 



Nagara Point, 
liovali Kalessi. 
Pi.skieri. 
tialata. 
Chardakh. 

Northern end. 

KutaU Road. 
Palio. 



2 F. Rnl. 



1 Rev. ev niin. 

2 F. Green. 



18 
4 

each 

1 Rev. ev. ^ niiiij 12 
Red. 1 

2 F. Green. 



2 F. Red. 



1 F. & Jied Fl. 
ev. 10 s. 

2 F. Green. 




4 
each 

4 
each 

10 

each 

4 
each ' 

4 
each 

4 
each 
18 



10 
5 



50 



99 
52 

59 

3(> 
20 
6(> 
46 

39 

46 
26 
56 

62 
42 
59 
39 
108 



49 
138 



W. Battery, S. I 40 0-2 26 12 4 Vertical. At a distance of 1| 
sitle Dardan- I miles they combine and form 

elles 1 one light. 

On the Cape | 40 2-3 26 11-2 

S. pt. of Fortress 40 2'3 [ 26 12-1 Vertical. 



Near the Battery 

in ruins 
Namaziah Fort 

Low Battery, 
W. side ot the 
town 

On the Tower 

On the Fortress 
On the Cape 

14 miles S. of 
village 

On Low .Sandy 
point 

Callipoli, W. 
shore 

Fanous point, 
E. shore 

On a Rock, olT 
Araplar Id. 

Artaki Penin- 
sula, W. pt. 



40 5-3 26 22-2! 

40 8-5 26 23-2 Vertical. 

40 8-5 26 24-7 Vertical. 



Vertical. 



40 11-5 


26 95 


40 12-5 


26 24 


40 16-7 


26 34-2 


40 191 


26 35-5 


40 23 


26 41-1 


40 24 


26 39 


40 24 


26 44-3 


40 30-6 


27 29 


40 29-4 


27 40-7 



Uncertain. 



Vertical. N. entrance of Rhoda 
(.'hannel. 



r- ,} 



ft" 



70 



LIGHTS AND TIDES.-MKDITERRANKAN. 



1. 


2 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7- 




8. 


9 


Name of 


No. of Lights, 
Character, frc. 




Height 
ot'Iiight 

above 
the Sea. 


Where jilaceik 


I'osition. 


Uemakks. 




H. W. 

at 
F.&C. 




Light. 

• 


Lat. 


Long. 


Marmora Island. 


1 F. k Red Fhh. 
t'V. 2 mill. 


Miks 
12 


Feet. 
I, '{2 


FenarAdasilslc 
(<)(V K. i»)int 
of Marmiira) 


N. 

/ 

40 37-7 


K. 
27 4<) 






H. M. 


Ft. 


KlIORAZ. 


1 F. ;iii(l Fl. ev. 


2"' 


180 


Summit of Cape 


40 41-2 


27 17-2 










Erfikli. 


^ mill. 
IF. 


11 


164 


On the jHiint 


40 flS-S 


27 58-2 










.Stephano 
BrRiN. 


1 F.. & Fl. cv. 
2 mill. 


12 


79 


Aliout a iiiileN. 
F. of theCajie 


40 .57-3 


28 .'iO-G 


^'isilde from F. by N. 
southward tf) VV. i 


i N. round 

N. 






F.VK.NAi; h.vv. 
(ONSTAXTIXOI'LE 


1 F. 

1 F. & Fl. ev. 
mill. 


12 
16 


84 
150 


S. point 
Seraglio point 


40 58 

41 0-2 


29 2 
28 59-4 


Visible from N. \ F. 
wardtoW.S.W. 


round east- 

• 






Skutari. 


2 F. Red. 


4 

each 


79 


Leander Tower 


41 1 


29 0-7 










ISMID Gl'LF. 


1 F. (Ireen. 


5 


40 


Dil liurnu 


40 43-2 


29 32-2 




. 






»l 


1 F. Red. 


G 

1 


33 


Zeitin Burnii 


40 43-5 


29 50-2 











BOSPHORUS. 






Tofana. \ 1 F. 

Pilon de Sultan j 2 F. Qreen. 

Serail. GO yds.' 

from Quay, 

Kaiidilli. | 'I F. Red. 

Ivoumili Hissar. 2 F. Oretn. 



Khanlijeh. 



Veni Keni Lt. V. 

T'mur Banks 

Light Vessel. 
Therapia (1 mile 
N.W.byW. of) 
.Jeron Point. 



2 F. Red. 

3 F. Green. 
3 F. Red. 

2 F. Oreen. 

2 F. Red. 



1 


( 


; 4 

' each 

1 


39 I 


, 4 
' each 


112 

i 


4 

each 


4G 


4 

j each 


92 


! 4 
' each 


4G 


4 

each 


46 


1 4 
each 


46 

1 


4 
each 

1 


46 



On the Rock 
Defterdar and 
Kourou Teche- 
smeh villages 

On the point 

On ?''nrtress 

Wall, 110 yds. 

from (id. -ho. 
On the ])oint, 

1 10 yds. froii] 

shore 
On the edge of 

the Bank 
Western edge. 

Kefali Keui 

Battery 
Kavak Fort, 

outermost pt. 



141 1-3 


29 


0-2 


41 31 


29 


2-3 


41 4-2 


29 


3-4 


41 4-8 


29 


1-7 


1 41 5-9 


29 


4 


j 
41 7 2 


29 


4-4 


41 9-3 


29 


4-7 


41 8-6 


29 


3 


41 105 


29 


51 



A small light. 
Vertical. 



Vertical. 
Vertical. 

Vertical. 

Triangular. 
Triangular. 
Vertical. 
Vertical. 



Moi'TlI OF THE ( 1 F. 
BOSPHOR'JS. 



Kara Bcrun. 
Burghaz Bay. 



1 F. & Fl. 

1 Fl. ev. 10*8. 
2F. 



18 


IfKt 


20 


249 


22 


302 


e 


131 



BLACK SEA. 



Roumili, Kiiro- 

peaii side 
Anatolia, 

Asiatic side 
On the Cape 
Auastatia Id. 



41 142 


29 7 


41 12-8 


29 8-5 


41 19-2 


28 41 


1 42 27 9 

1 


27 35-9 



A Red flash followed by two Whitf 
ones ev. 2 min. 



Vertical. 



I 


9 


\\. 


"3:^; 


it 


K = 






&(_'. 





M. Ft. 



LIGHTS AND TIDES.— MEDITKRRANEaN. 



71 



1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


6. 


6 


. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


N.iine ..f • 


No. of Lights, 
( 'haructer, &o. 




Hei-ht 

of Light 

aliove 


Wiiere placeil. 


position. 


Uemauks. 


IL VV. 

at 


•31 

.I'E 


l.iglit. 








'.S 
> 


tile .Sea. 




Lat. 


Long. 


. 


F. A ( '. 


«5r 












N. 


K. 












.Mile.s 


Feet. 




o / 


/ 




H. M. 


Ft. 


\ iiiiia liay. 


1 F. 


Id 


I<!4 


C. <ialata 


4;{ 10 


27 58 








*» 


1 F. //-/. 


4 


4!» 


On wall of town 


4:i 11-7 


27 58-3 








1 '. Sli.ibliih. 


1 F. 


8 


120 


Reaeon Tower 


4:i xi 


28 387 








K listen jell. 


1 F. 


<) 


08 


On the CaiH! 


44 io;i 


28 39 2 








I»ANI BK ItlVKK. 


1 Rev ev. mill. 


10 


- 


>St. George's Mo. 


44 ■)! 1 


29 30-9 


Situated on i;det, south end of 
Olinka Island. 






M 


1 F. 


l.-i 


O.") 


Suliiia, or mid- 
ille entrance, 
S. .side 


4.-) 9-4 


29 40-5 








♦ » 


1 F. 


10 




On inner ex- 
tremity, S.side 


4.-) 91 


29 40-0 








t» 


1 F. 





. 


N. side 


- 










I'iDdM.Sl, or .SlT- 


1 Rev. ev. A mill. 


18 


Hl.T 


On the summit 


4.") 15 


30 12-7 








jiuiit Isliviul. 














. 






Ihiiestr River 


•-• F. 


4 


58 


S. pass 


40 4-7 


.^O 27-2 








> '1>1«S\. 


1 F. 


21 


201 


( 'a]>e Fontana, 
a!)out2 leagues 
.S. of the town 


40 22 8 


30 45 4 








. » 


1 F. & }{ed Fl. 


12 


44 


Fiid of (Jiiavan- 


40 29 4 


30 44 9 


A YeUo'i; Hag by day. 








ev. mill. 






tine Mole 










IV rezaii. 


2 K. 






W. side of the 
Lake 


40 38-2 


31 23-5 


Extinguished during winter. S. E. 
A E. & ».'.('., 594 vards. 






Kiiihiirii Beacons 


2F. 


. 


r)7 


N.W. of the 


40 ;i.s-9 


31 :M-2 I \v. l,v S. k S. .<: /•"(•.. 1000 vards. 












9 


Fort 


40 35-5 


.31 28'9 


" 






(i(liakc)v. 


2 F. 


IGG 
108 


- 


On the point 


40 .'«;-7 


31 31-7 


W. S.AV. & cc, 584 yards. 






Kinl)urii Lt. \'. 


1 F. 


- 




K. entrance to 
Ship Channel 


40 30 


31 41 7 








\djigiol Lt. V. 


3F. 


12 


40 


Extremity of 
shoal 


40 35-7 


31 48 


In 18 ft. water; Its. are vertieal. 






Hvi: FfiVKH. 




















luisskaia Spit 


1 F. 




•M 


Near Sviatotro- 


- 


- 


Vessels entering the Hug should 






(extreme) 








itski village ; 
left hank of 
river. 






keep within the limits of this It. 
until Voloiskaia light is seen. 
They will thus .;void the banks 
extending from both sides of 
tlie river. 






Vii'iiiskaia .Spit. 


1 F. 




09 


Under the first 
ravine, north 
of Voloiskaia 
Spit ; right 
bank of river 


40 44-5 


31 537 


Russkaia and Voloiskaia Spits 
are avoided when within the 
limits of this light. 






Tkndha Island. 


1 Rev, ; a tiash 
ev. mill. 


10 


90 


On the point 


40 224 


31 31-0 


A Fog-bell. A temporary light 
lies 3.1 miles to the southward. 






Tarkan. 


IF. 


12 


110 


S.W. extr. of 
Cape, 105 feet 
from the sea 


45 20 '9 


32 28 4 


Visible from S.S.E. 'J E. to X.N. 
W. i \V. by the westwanl. 






KWPATORIA, or 


1 F. & Fl. ev. 


9 


.->;j 


On the point 


45 9 


33 15 2 


lied and lf/(i(f flashes alternately. 






Ko.sLov. 


min. 


















Kheksjonesk. 


1 Rev. ; a Fl. 
ev. inin. 


12 


108 


On the Cape, at 

theeutranee to 
Sevastopol 


44 35 


33 21 2 









i " 



'« 



72 



LIGHTS AND TIDES.- MKDITKKUANKAN. 



f 



1. 


8. 


3 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


Name of 
Light. 


No. of Iilgllt.<4, 

Character, 4n:. 


1 


Height 

of Ligiit 

aliove 


Where jtlaced. 


PoMitioM. 


Rkmahkh. 


u. w. 

at 
F.&C. 








.2 


the Mea. 




Lat. 1 Long. 

1 




«y7 












1 N. 1 K. 








1 


Miles 


Feet. 


1 / 


f 




H. .VI. 


Kt. 


SEVASroi'OL. 


IF. 


28 


i 305 


On a hidi eaj.e, 44 37-2 
near tVie rmii.s 
of Inkernian | 


33 33-7 


E. by S. ami \V. by N. 1^ niiieH. 
1 .Screened so as to tdiow only in 






»» 


1 F. 


23 


629 


Heail of Harl)., 
near Meken- 
zietl' Mount 


44 37 


.33 377 


the line of the eoiirsi^ up the 
harbour of .Sevawtopol. 






AlTODOR. 


1 F'. 


21 


343 


On the ( ape 


44 25 5 1 34 (5 2 


Viwible between tiie bearings of 




















W. to N.E. by tlie southward. 






Takli. 


1 F. 


20 


313 


On tlie ('ai>e, 
entrance to 
Kertch .Strait 


45 0-6 


30 20 2 


Pale colour light. 






Cai'K Pail. 


1 F. 


14 


73 


On tlie Cajie, 


45 18-2 ; 3(5 29-7 


Wliili' when bearing N. I E. to 














W. Hide of 






N.N.W. ; Red from VV. by N. 














Strait 






■i N. to W. by S. 1 S. 






Kertch. 


1 F. ned. 


• 


33 


On the Town 

Wliarf 


45 21-2 


30 28 5 


Visil)!e between S. 44° E. and S. 
74" E. from the light. 






.Soukliouin. 


1 Rev. ; a Fl. ' 
ev. niin. 


17 


121 


On the jioint 


42 58-5 40 57-2 








POTI. 


1 Fl. cv. niin. 
J{,'l A' niiife ' 


17 


118 


- 


42 1 41 ;i(;-7 








Biitoiim Bay. 


•-' F. Vertical. 


(! 


49 


W. side 


41 30-5 41 .17 3 


Wlien bearing S S.W. i{ W. clears 




















I'alamidii Iteef. 






TaEBIZOM>. 


1 K. 


10 


10.-) : 


Kahnek point 


41 1 


39 45-8 








Kcrasouuda. 


2 F. Vertical. 


(J 


194 


X.E. part of j)t. 


40 5G3 


38 24 9 


When bearing .S.S.W. :| S. leatls 
clear of the Palamida Keef. 






Sanisoun Bay. 


IF. 


10 


,->G 


Kalion ])oint 


41 18-2 


.% 21 2 








.Sinoub. 


1 F. Red. 


8 


.■J44 


lioztepeli point 


42 1 3 


.35 14-2 








InJL'h. 1 


I Rev. ev. iniii. 


13 


02 


On the Cape 


42 C 


M 58-0 








Iiifl«)li. 


2F. Hed. 

1 


4 


S.J 


On the Cape, 
E. side 


41 58 5 


33 45 2 








Ainastra. 


1 F. Red. 


10 


312 


.Summit of Pen- 
insula 


41 45 3 


32 20-5 








Bender Erekli. 


1 F. 


12 


G56 


Cape Baba, .J 
mile N. of Cape 


41 IS 


31 20 








Kill 


1 Rev. ev. rniii. 


25 


221 


On the Cai)e 


41 10 


29 38-2 









Vkni Kaleh. 



Berdiansk. 



1 Rev. ; a flash 
ev. 4 niin. 



1 Rev. ev. niin. 



•^0 



1 F. 



10 



", 



SEA OF AZOV. 

409 I Cape Fanar, i 45 23-2 36 38-3 
N.W. entr. of 

! Kertch Strait, 
i and 2] miles 

from Yeui 
I Kaleh Fortress 

85 On a sandy neck I 40 38 "5 
; of land, (>(H) 
j yds. E.X.E. ,1 
'' E. from the ex- 
tremity of .Spit 
15 Extremity of 
Breakwater 



36 46-1 



4(5 45-3:30 47 



Visible from N.N.W. to S.W. 4 S. 



The Breakwater extends to 14 ft. 
de])th. When from the violence 
of the sea this It. is not exhibited 
a vessel moored inside the mid- 
dle part of the Breakwater, aboutl 
.35 yds. from shore, will exhibit 
tii'o/xcdVightH, one 13 the other I 
10 feet pbove the sea. 



Akka. 

MoiNT 

Haifa. 
Vafa. 



t 



LIGHTS AND TIDES.— MKDITKRRANKAN. 



78 



3. 


9 


w. 


•3 &, 


at 


3!.g 


.tc. 


2|- 



M. i Vt 



1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


6. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


Name of 


No, of IJghtu, 
( 'himiotor, &c. 


.2 

> 


ifii-ht 

oll.iglit 

aliovi' 

till) Sra. 


Where iiloce<l. 


Poiiitlon. 


Rkmakk*, 


n. \v. 

at 
F.&C. 


"^1 


Liglit. 


Lat. 


i.ollg. 














N. 


K 












Milcti 


Feet. 




' 


/ 




H. M. 


Ft. 


liiclimnrai. 


1 F. 


lU 


74 


( >n a Manily m-ok 
'2400 ydH. from 
the uxtromity 
of Hj.it 


4«i n.'i 2 


.'»7 20 


Visihlc round the ( 'ompass. 






Saziklnitzk Lt.V. 


•2 F. Vertical. 


(i 


4.-> 


H. Hult! of (Uiaii., 


40 59-3 


38 12.') 1 Removed during winter to Ta- 










7 


35 


end of Spit, ill 
3;\ fatiioiiiH 






ganrog. 






liolilt'ii rtiiiik 


I F. 


7 


45 


Two inilcH froiri 


47 1-4 


;18 .34 4 


Removed during winter to Ta- 






Light VuHHi'l. 








tlutHliiial. ill It) 






ganrog. Visible from !•]. i N. to 
W.N.W. i W. hy the southward. 














ft, mill. SM W. 


















of FourHoHf 




















village 













KARAMANIA AND SYRIA. 



l.issanclKfvhheh 



Md'Hiiia. 



Kara-dash 
ISiiruu. 

Alexan<lrctta. 



("yvris Island, 



l!as Tim Hani. 

Latakiyah. 

Tripoli. 
IJkirut. 

»> 
Akka. 

MoiNT C'ahmei, 
Haifa. 
Vafa. 



2 F. 



G upper 
49 



rom 



1 V. & Fl. ev. 2 14 4S) 

iiiin, ' 



1 F. 

2 F. 



I, 3 1 



.) upper 

4y 



1 F.kVl ev. 2 15 100 

mill. 
IF. I 8 92 



1 F. /!(',/. \ 4 

I F. & Fl. ev, I 1.3 

mill. I 

1 F. litil. I 4 

1 F. /.V(/. j ,5 

1 Hev. ev. min. 12 



1 F. fM. 
1 F. /.'«/. 

1 F. & Fl. ev. 2 
min. 

2 F. Vertieal. 



4 

10 
18 



40 

40 

41) 

.'50 
12.-) 

511 

40 

410 



upper 

i I '**> 

1 Rev.ev. min. 14 i 109 



Low sandy j)t., .30 14'.') 

104 yards I 

extremity 
4 mile to the ' .30 45 '8 

S. W. of Mer- , 

syn j 

.30 327 



W. pt. of Hoad, .30 35 5 

22 yards from i 

the ]>oint ' 

CapeCata .34 3.3 7 

Kiti, IM) yards , 34 49 

from the (.'ape i 
Larnaka, 105 | 34 55 

yards from 

Lazaret 
00 yards within .35 35 

the point 
N. i.art of the .35 31 2 

olil Castle 
Hamkiiie Islet > 34 30 
4.37 yds. within .33 .54 2 

the Cape I 

At the Port, | - - 

El Allah 

i 

On ramjiarts, i 32 55*4 

W. of town I 
Below the Mon-' .32 48 

astery ■ 

OntheoldCastlel 32 49-2 

I 

.S.W. part of I .32 3 '2 
town, KM) yds. 
from sea 



34 


17 


34 40- 7 


35 


21-3 


30 


91 


33 


2-4 


.33 30-8 


33 


38-9 


.35 


437 


35 


45 6 


34 45 
.35 27 7 


35 


37 


35 


2 


35 





.34 44-8 



When mail steamers arc expected. 



Alternate Ikil \ White flashes}. 



I) 



I n 



; i: 



■{;•■ 



71 



Nftinc of 
Light. 



LIGHTS AND TIDBS.-MKDITKRUANKAN. 



2 

No. of Li^jhtH, 
C'hariictt'r, Ac. 



3. 


4. 


i? 


Xi'iKlit 


a 


of Li^lit 


•a 


aliovf 


> 


the St 11. 



s. 



Whcio pliuiil. 



6. 

I'onition, 



Lat. 



Long. 



IU:maiikm. 



NOUTU COAST OF AFRICA. 



8. 

H. W. 

nt 
I'.&C. 



w to 



J ' 



r.Ti siii<i. 



Nile lliver. 

(I 
Alexandria. 
Dkhna. 

Bi'iighuzi. 
Tripoli. 

TtMS (ilLF. 



Al Kiielu 
Rocks. 

Al K.-ilah. 

HoSA. 

BonaL 



Hamuah. 
Stora Gulf. 

Kolah (JiUf. 

Jij.-lli. 
lioiigie. 

Uouac Ca{je. 

C'akiiox. 

liENIJUT. 

Dfllis. 
Matikc. 



1 F. 

r 

1 

1 F 



1 Rev, 
1 F. 



1 F. 



1 F. 

1 
1 F. 

1 F. 
1 Rev, 

1 F. 



ev» nun. 



ev. i inin. 



1 F. 

1 F. & r/m'H Fl. 
IV. '2 niin. 

1 F. /.V</. 

1 F. 

I F. Red. 

IF. 

1 Rev. ev. inin. 
1 F. 



Miles 
U 



20 



15 
U 

17 
iO 

10 

15 

8 



10 
12 



8 
3 



•27 

8 



Feet. 

(to 



180 



400 



1211 



On the Reach, 
(■ntniMce to I 
L'niia! 
I>!i)ni<'tt.i Moiitli 
RoHettn Moiitli 
Eiinostos iKiint i 



('mie Carthage 
(ioletta, extr. 
of \]. Jetty, , 
Starltoard Hide' 

Stunniit of iiigh 
est rr)ck 



;u 



N. R 

' O / 

10 32 195 



•A\ '2r> 31 47- 1 Pr»/,oMHl. 

31 -2 {-2 .30 2>S1 l'ii>iH,snf. 

31 11-1 20 .52-4 j 

32 4."» 22 40 I Pri<imn<il. 
32 20 1 j rruj,<,.H,i/. 
.32 iVl 13 12 rn>i»»).,l. 
.30 .02 10 l!)'2 
.30 483 10 18-7 



37 21 10 4-C 



52 K. si<le of entr. .30 54 

Oil the ('a]ie 1 30 57 
100 Lion i.oiiit, :; .30 .54 -5 
mile K. of I'ort 

<.'igoj,'ne i)oint 30 53'!) 
400 On the (ape 30 581 



8 20-2 

8 13 
7 40-4 



Visible round the horizon. 



Proposal. 



H. M. 



Ft. 



118 Singes Isle 



.36 54 2 



ISO 

7,s 



49 
128 

482 



Serigina Isle 
Kxtrenie of El 

Kjerda Penin- 
sula 
.S. side of entr. 

to the I'ort 
On tile .second 

ri ick 
Kntr. of Port, 

on Fort Abdel- 

Kader 
On the Fort, a 

mile N. K. i E. 

of iJougie 
On the Caiie 
On the ( 'a])u 
Exlrcnif of jit. 
On the L'aiie, E. 

bide 



36 

,17 

37 
30 
30 



56-3 
1-4 



0-8 
50 
45 "5 



7 45'7 A lixed liglit .Uso on (i'liois Fort, 
7 47 Eelijises not total within Smiles. 

G 51 "5 I Surrounded by a battery. A small 

I F. It., visible 4 niik's, indicates 
the iio.>iition of Plulii)peville. 
52-7 
G 32-0 



.3(i 
.3(i 
3(i 
30 



40 

4C '1 
.">7 



Visible from eastwanl and S.E. 



6 32 
5 43-9 
5 5-3 

5 6-1 



.) 0-2 ■ 

3 50 PuUilbuj. 

'J .'.vi 

o i ; Buildinij. 









9 


\v. 


w to 


t, 
, ( ■ 


.%-l 




■^ / 







M. 



Ft. 






LIGHTS AWD XIDES.-MEUiTEHUANKAN. 



tb 




Nftiiif of 
Light. 



Al.UtKlt. 



ClUIUU. 

'I'i]pii/.i. 

SlIKKHIIKI. roHT, 

Ti'iiez, 



I Rev. cv.imin.l lA 



3. 


4. 


if' 


Ili'iirlit 


ra 


ot'l.iKht 


'3 


IkllllVC 


> 


tho Sen. 


MileH 


Foet. ! 



WluTi' jilactiL 



6. 

PuaitiDii. 



L«t 



Ivi. 
Miistn!,'haneni 

Arzow. 

*» 

Olt.VN. 



(J.vrK Falcon. 

Ujaimki.. 

Haiidias, 

Nk^IOL'HH. 

Djiviiiiv Uhaza- 

(mat. 
M.lilla. 

Al-Kluizemaa. 

I'KITA. 

I'ArE Spartel. 



I F, 

1 K. 
I 

1 

2 V. 



1 F. 



1 F. 



1 F. 



1 F. 



Rtd. 

Grfi'ii. 



v. J nil. 



10 

3 
27 



10 



10 



1 Rev.ov. 4inin. 15 



1 F. 

1 F. 

1 F. 

1 Rev. uv. luin. 

I F. 



8 
5 

7 

do 



I 



iir. 

.10 
2.T 



124 
20 



l.'il 
I'Jl 

4;j 

(U) 
121 



270 

123 
470 
312 



Alj,'it'iH f Ii't, 

l>t> I. a Marine 
N. Mole Head 
H. .Mule Meml 
I'oiiit I'eHcade 

Fort .loinvilli-, 
anil on thel'ier 
On tlie Cape, 
2 4-1(1 MiileM 
northward of 
Ttjnez 
In front of the 

town 
Oil the Cape 
Onasnialltower 
near the Har- 
raokH 
InFort.onS.W. 

angle 
On the Islet 
Extremity of 
the.Jettyofthe 
BaMiii, on Fort 
Merselkeliir 
On the Cape 
On the V jie 
Centre Island 
Cape Hone 
I E. point of Bay 

Bastion, N. E. 

of village 
Torre Vigia 



Long. 



7. 

Rkmarkh. 



30 47 ^ 3 4-3 



.Hi 47 

:i(i 40-0 

;<o .'io 

:io 30 



3 4i> 
3 4 4 
3 1 2 
2 . 



liuililimj. 
liiiiltl ■;. 



8. 

H. W. 

at 
F.&C. 



9. 



H. AL Ft. 



;)0 .'10-8 I 2 IM 

.'10 .■J3'l I 1 20;: Melipsos not total w ithin 12 miles. 



30 32 



1 201 



.'10 ll'.'> 
3,^) 55-1 f)-4 



;ir) 51-0 



West 
17 2 



35 52 
35 44 



4 I 10 8 
3 41-3 



3.-) 47 

35 43 
;{5 8 8 
35 7 

;t5 18 
;}.-) 13-4 



Momjueros Hill.^ 35 .OS '9 

OnaRock4mile'35 47-2 
eastward of the 
Caj)e 



48 

1 8 
1 50 

1 52-3 

2 .-,7 

3 53 

5 17-5 
5 557 



l-'roji'^ifiil. 



Ecli[Me8 111 • total within tS miles. 
A Mnall !• I{,<t light, visihle 3 
miles, ind ".'vtes the entrance to 
the Hasiii r diseniliarkation 

/{llililiil;/. 

J{i(ililiiii/. 
liitUiUii'i. 



2 



3.' 









I '•' 



ij) 



I:' 



76 



1. 

Name of 
Light. 



St. Micbael. 



LIGHTS AND TIDES.— ATLANTIC OCEAN. 



a. 

No. of Lights, 
Character, &c. 



3. 


4. 




Height 


— t 


of Light 




abovi' 


> 


tlic Sea. 



Whore phuiMl. 



6. 

Position. 
Lat. Long. 



7. 

Remarks. 



1 F. 



AZORES, OR WESTERN ISLANDS. 



Miles, Feet. 
10 



N. 



Santa Clara, 
Fort Piiiita 
Dt'lgfida 



4-4 



W. 



4 



Proposed, 



CANARY ISLANDS. 



8. 

H. W. 

at 
F. &0. 



H. M. 
12 30 



9. 



.22 -C 
PC ~ 



Ft. 
U 



1 Tkneriffe Id. 














Santa Cruz. 


1 F. Red. 


4oro 


36 


Mole Head 


28 28-3 


k; 14-9 


ti 


1 F. 


9 


34 


55 yards from 
Mole Head 


28 28-5 


Hi 14 9 


RoQiE Bekmejo 


1 F. and Fl. cv. 
3 luin. 


35 


810 


On the point 


28 •35-4 


16 8-1 


1 ', (tR.VN Canaria 


i Island. 














u I'almaa. 


1 F. • 


- 


- 


On the Mo^e 


28 7-1 


15 24-8 


1 IsLETA Point. 


1 F. ; a Bed Fl. 
t'V. 2 niin. 


18 


817 


N. and highest 
summit, Isleta 
Peninsula 


28 11 


15 25-3 


; FlFUTEVENTlRA 














j I.SI.ANl). 














1 Jandia Point. 


1 Rev. ev. mill. 


15 


108 


S.W. extreme 
of Island 


28 3 


14 31-4 


1 

i; LoBos Island. 

1 


1 F. Red. 


9 


95 


Summit of Mar- 
tin ]it., N. eiul 
of Island 


28 45-4 


1 
13 49-1 


1 Aleokanza Id. 


1 Rev. ev. 4niin. 


l.'i 


57 


Delgada jMiint, 
24(»yds. within 
the rocks at 
extremity 


29 23-8 


13 29 6 

1 



Illumines an an; from Drago point 
to the Aiiaga Rocks. i 



12 30 



Visihle tliro\igh an arc of 257° or : 
from N. 73*^ W. to S. 4° W. I 
It will he seen alao from Palinas ' 
roadstead. 



VisiMe througli am arc of 274°, 
or when hearing from S.S.W. :,' 
\\-. to N.W. by W. % W. A 
wide berth should be given to 
the point. 

Illumines 270°, the whole of 
Roeayna Strait, or from N. 76° 
W. t!. S. 14° W. 
13 296 I Arc of visibility, 270° or between 
' N. 250 \v. and S. 65° W. 



BERMUDA ISLANDS. 



South end of Id. 1 Rev. ev. 6 or 8 a. 



24 



365 Ciibb's Hill 



32 151 



64 51 "6 , Within 7 miles a faint light can 
be .si'cii liitween tiie brilliant 
Hashes. 'Die linht is intercepted 
by hills between N. 43' 24' F., 
and N. 47° 34' iv, and between 
N. 49° 7' F., and N. 57° 35' 
K, (true bearings.) 



14 



8. 

II. vv. 

at 



9. 



C to 



7 14 



LIGHTS AND TIDES.— ATLANTIC OCEAN. 



Name of 
Light. 



2 

No. of Ijiglits, 
ChanvctiT, &c. 



3. 



> Heiglit 

3 of Liglit 

^ i abovu 

tZ tlio Soa. 



WluTi,' [dacL'd. 



6. 

I'oHition. 



Lat. 



],OIlg. 



7. 

BEMARKy. 



AFRICA.— WEST, SOUTH, AND EAST COASTS. 



H. M. 

12 30 


Ft. 
G 


Seiifigal. 


IF. 




Miles 
(i 


P\'Ot. 


lie deSt. Louis, 
(loverunieut 
House 






L'.'i[>e Vertlo. 


1 W. 


ov. A iiiiii. 


- 


- 


\Vesthill,(iut'ajie 






Coivf Island. 


\ F. 




G 


- 


In tlie Kurt. 
Summit of Id. 






Giiiiil)ia Kivcr. 


1 F. 




10 


70 


Cai)e St. Mary 






19 


IF. 


Red. 


6 


3.1 


Fort Bullen, 
Barra point 


- - 


S,< 


SiKRR.V LeO.NK. 


IF. 




18 


9G 


On the Cape 






MONHOVIA. 


IF, 




15 


240 


Cape Mesurado 






Cahk Palmas. 


1 F. 




13 


100 


On the (.'ape 






Cai'K Coast. 


I F. 




20 


102 


Fort William, 
COO yds. inland 






St. Paul (le 


1 F. 


(Lt. Vessel) 


- 


. 


N F. end "f 


12 30? 


y ■'. 


Loaiido. 










Loando lleef 



N. 

O f 

IG 0-8 
14 441 



W. 

O / 

Ifi 31 
17 .32 



14 .30!) 17 24-8 



13 30 

8 30 

G I!) 
4 22 1 
r> G-3 

S. 
13 44-9 



16 34 



13 18 5 



Uncertain. 



S.W. hy W. ^ W. G.i miles from 
liliixk buoy on African Knoll. 

S. by E. J F., o-j miles frmn hUirl- 
buoy on xVfrican Knoll. 



10 .-)0 
7 44-3 
1 13-9 I Visible from N. F. to N.W. 

E. 
13 1G"2 I Vessels should pass to the north- 
, ward of this Lt. V. 



SOUTH AND SOUTH-EAST COASTS OF AFRICA. 



Taui.e Bay. 



Cm'b of (Ioou 

llolE. 



Simons Bay, 



1 F. 20 

1 F. Red. 10 



1 F. & Fl. ev. : 13 

It) s. I 

1 F. <U-e<:n. ! - 

1 V. Red. I ■ 

IF. Green. \ - 
1 Bev. bright It. 3G 

for 12 s. ev. 

min. 



l.-)4 



44 



G.") 



Kobben Island, 

Minto Hill, 

highest part 
Mouille |ioint, 

100 yards from 

L. W. 
Green point, 400' .33 .")4-l 

yds. from L.W.j j 

.Staging of j - - 

Breakwater j j 

Commencen)ent| - - | 

of N. Jetty I I 

Old S. .Jetty 
81 G OntheCajJept. 



{3 48 '9 18 22'.") Visible round the horizon. 



33 53!); 18 24-8 E. by S. .jr S., 1195 yards from 
Green Point light. 



18 24 



' Visible from S. to N. by the west. 
To guide Vessels to tlie anchorage. 



1 Bev. bright It.; 12 I 54 
for 12 s. ev. ^ 
uiia. 



South Roman 
Boek, covered 
at ll.W. 



t i 




H. 


M. 


8 


42 


7 


45 


8 


10 


/ 


55 


G 





4 


30 


4 


.30 


4 

1 


.30 



Ft. 



Gt.iO 



40 



Lighte<l only iu northerly gales. 
34 21 "2 18 29"5 Visible round the horizon, except 
I between S. S. W. and S, I VI., 
\ also betAveeii S.S. K, \ \\. and 
I S.S. E. ^ E. A signal station 
near the lighthouse. 
34 107 18 27-5 N.N.F. f E., 1^ cables from liglit- 2 
house lies the Caistor Bock with 
i only 15 ft. on it, and patches of 
1 19 and 24 ft. intervening ; the 
shoalest sjxit is marked by a 
I beacon with a llag. Elsey Peak 
j and lightlionse in line N. -j W. 
I lead between the Whittle Bock 
I autl Miller Point. 



44 



I . I 



Mifii 



m 



i! 






78 



LIGHTS AND TIDE S.— INDIAN OCEAN. 



if 



K i 



Name of 
Lidit. 



8. 

Ni). of Lights, 
Character, &c. 



3. 



Height 
of Liglit 

aliove 
the Sea. 



Cape AiiiLHAs. 



MossEL Bay, 
A LGOA Bay. 



IF. 



Miles 
18 



IF. 



12 



BiKi) Islands. 2 F, 



Buffalo lliver, 1 F 

East Loudon. 
Natal. 



10 



11 



St. Paul's Bay. 1 F. 



St. Denis, 
Bel-Air. 



St. Louis. 



2 F. Vertical. ; 8 
1 F. 18 



1 F. (Ircen. 



1 F. Rnl 



Cannonier Point. 1 F 



Flat Islantl. 

Grand or Bour- 
bon Port. 



10 



1 Bev. ev. luin. 25 
Brt.lt.ev. 40 s. 

1 F. 10 



Feet. 
128 



1 F. Rid. 12 240 

1 Rev ev. min. 15 9.3 



.')1 
61 



4,j 



Where jilaced. 



6. 

Position. 



Lat. 



On the point 



S. 
34 49-8 



Cape St. Blaize .'M 11-2 

i 

Cape IJecife 34 1 7 



Behind Port 
Elizabeth, S. 
.1 E., lT) yds. 
from l)ouUin's 
Monument. 



South side, on 
an incline, 6 
yards apart 
(1 Tower) 

On the Reef, S. 

side of entr. . 
On the Blntr, 

S. side of entr. 
On end of the 

^\■all 



;{3 50-4 



33 0-7 



29 527 



Long. 



7. 



Remarks. 



8. 

H. W. 

at 
F.&C. 



9. 



o be 

'J - 



M — 



20 0-G 



22 9-5 
25 42 1 



20 li 



27 587 



Visible frojn S.E. l)y E. round to 
W. In coining from the east- 
ward, if the light bears to the 
westward of W. byN., the vessel 
should be ki'])ttothe southward 
tobring the light on that bearing 
beforr it is approached within 
6 or 7 miles. 



Visible .seaward between E. and S. 

From N.W. to N.W. by W., and 
from S.W. to S.W. ))y W. lUd. 
From N.W. by W. t^) S.W. by 
W. 117/ /^', which kept in sight 
clears ail dangers. The Mariner 
is cautioned not to mistake this 
light for that on Capi' Recife. 

When seen vertically they point 
to the lloddington Rock S.W. 
\ W. The up])er light is in- 
visible between S. by W. \ W. 
and W. by S. i S. 



31 3 I Ihdldin'j. 



Proposed. 



H. 


M. 


o 


50 


3 


30 


4 





4 





3 


45 


4 


30 



Ft. 



REUNION. 



72 Landing Place 
85 On the ISar- 

73 aeliois 

l.")l On the jioint 



20 597 55 19-3 .... - 

20 51 "5 55 .'JD^ JV-yond 5 miles the lights appear 

.as one. 
20 53-2 55 'A'.) -4 



1 7 
22 



MAURITIUS. 



38 
370 

KIN 



Fort Cumber. : 2(1 9'5 ■')7 3()'2 A Vessel closing the A'/v/ It. on a 12 .SO 

land, on Ton- j S.iS.W. bearing .should anchor 

niiiei- Island i whenthe ^')V'r/( It. bears S. F. 4 S. 

Martell(jTower,, 20 11 ,57 2S'5 A new ligiitiiouse ///v<;/o.v' (/ to be 

iiti'. of ( Jrand built on the site of Cumberland 

' Fort, which is razed. 
19 597 57 32'5 Apjiears R<-d when bearing to the 
northward of N. F. .^ F. as a 
warning to tiic .Mariner. 



River 
N.W. angle, 
extreme of ]it. 



S.W. angle 

lle-aux-Fou- 
(piits, .S. entr. ' 
8.S<lvds. F.N.EJ 
of lie de PttSse! 



19 520 57 39-1 



20 24-3 



67 47'1 Visilflc in every direction seaward 



1 



4to,'i 



4 to.". 
(i 



14 



8. 


9. 


li. w. 


•Sifn 


at 





[. M. 

2 rA) 



3 30 



4 



4 

3 45 

4 30 



Ft. 
5 



4t.ir) 



4 too 



H 



1 7 
22 



LIGHTS AND TIDES.— INDIAN OCEAN. 



79 



30 3 



I 



14 



1. 

Name of 

Light. 



No. of Lights, 
Character, &e. 



3. 


4. 


i? 


Heiglit 


r^ 


of Light 




above 


t* 


the Seii. 



5. 

Wliere placed. 



6. 

Position. 



Lat. 



Long. 



. 7. 

Remarks. 



8. 

H." W. 

at 
F.&C. 



9. 



O 10 

^ .5 
.2 S 



«.; 



OJ 



ARABIA.— S. COAST. 



Aden Lt. V. 



1 F. 



Miles 
7 



Feet. 
3.") 



8. side Chan. , 
Inner Harb., 
in 4 fathoms 



N. 



12 47 



E. 

o / 

4.T 1 -2 



Fires a gun and bnrns a Blue It. 
on a vessel entering. A very 
1)ad li"ht. 



H. 


M. 


7 


30 


to 1 


9 


30 



Ft. 

7 to 8,1 



Perini Island. 1 Rev. ev. 4niin 22 



D^'dahis Shoal. IF. 14 

•Jubal Strait. 1 Rev. ev. min. 18 



Zafarana. 
Suez Lt. V. 



1 F. 
1 F. 



14 
6 



241 



(51 
125 



83 



RED SEA. 



j 11 00 yards S.W.I 12 40-3 | 43 25 

I of the N.E. 

! blutt' 

! On the Shoal I 24 55-5 35 52 

; U.shruin, or 27 47-5 33 42-3 

j Ashrati lleef, | 

I N.E. i-art I 
()nthe[Mmit 29 3 .32 44 
Off (lad 111 Mur- 29 54-8 1 32 .33 
kill) [loint, E. ' 

sidi.' (if Harb. I 



12 





7 








■i 


(> 


14 


ip 



2 10 



INDIA.— WESTERN OR MALABAR COAST. 



K-UiAriii. 



1 F. 



Mandavee, entr. I F. 
to(!ulf ofKiitch 

Camh.vv CUlf. 1 F. 

1 F. 



I 



IF. 

IF. 
IF. 
1 F. 



Hi 


120 


10 


80 


12 


(J() 


10 


48 


10 


50 


10 


01 



Fort Manoro jit. 
W. entrance 

S. W. Bastion 
of Fort 

Periiii Island 

f'logali 

Koon Bunder, 
West liank of 
river 

N. bank Dhar- 
dur lliver. 

Bogwa 

Tajitee, ne.ar 
Vau.\'s Tomb 



24 47 3 


(iO 58 


22 50-3 


09 20-8 


21 35 


72 197 


21 40-5 


72 10-5 


22 17 


72 18-3 


21 55 


72 30-5 


21 19-7 


72 35 


21 5-5 


72 37-0 



10 30 



Maintained by the Rao of Kutch. 11 50 



A small light. 

From 1st Seiiteiiiberto 15th June, 

From 1st Septendii'rtn loth.lune. 



15 






'iit 



ir 



r- 



i 

1 1-?', 



so 



LIGHTS AND TIDES.— INDIAN OCEAN. 



1. 


2.. 


3- 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


Nnino of 
Light. 


No. of Lights, 
Character, &«.'. 




Height 

of Light 

ahdve 

tlie Sea. 


Where placed. 


Position. 


REMARK.S. 


H. W. 

at 
F.&C. 




Lat. Long. 

1 


.2 'E 












N. 


K. 












Miles 


Feet. 




/ 


/ 




H. M. 


Ft. 


lioMKAV. 


1 F. ^ Lt. Vessel) 


9 


30 


8.S.W. 4i miles 
from Tolaba 
pt, aiulS.W. 
by .S. :'| mile 
from the Fair- 
way Huoy 


18 .10 


72 47 5 


A nine light is burnt every hour, 
and a tnreh every half-hour. 
A Jii'il flag sliown when a vessel 
is seen." Ouns are tired when a 
Vessel is seen standing in danger. 






T • 


1 F. (Lt. Vessel) 


■ 




i mill' to the S. 
of the Sunken 
Roek. (Shannon^ 


18 .-).'?■:) 


72 50 


A lied flag when a vessel is seen. 

• 






t • 


1 Eev. ev. "J mill. 


17 


i;!2 


t'olaha ])oint 


18 -)3-7 


72 48 


. 


11 40 


12tol7 


^ , 


1 F. 


.) 


20 


Dolphin Kock 


. 


. 


('irr)) light to the S. and E., 




















n7((7c to tlie northward, screened 
to the westward. 






Kfiu'i-y Islaiiil. 


1 


• 






- 


- 


J'ropotied. 






< 'iia. 


1 licv. ev. Tmin. 


12 


280 


Aguada Upper 
Fort 


15 29-4 


73 45-5 


On a hill above landing jtlace, 
about a mile from the outer 
Port. 


J I 30 





Skdashkuk 


IF. 


10 


160 


Summit of outer 


14 49-2 


72 2-7 


Light to be inade visil)le 20 miles. 


9 30 


7 to S 


Uav. 








Oyster Kook 






As the Oyster It. is a]iproached 
by steamers a Red light shouhl 
be M'vn on the slmre of the bay, 
and wlu'ii it bears K..S. F. steer 
for it, and anchor in about 5 
fathoms. Sailing vessels should 
wait tdl daylight at anchor in 8 
fms. near the Oyster I'oeks It. 






( 'i>uiiita. 


1 F. 


12 


180 


Hill at mouth 
of Creek 


14 25 


74 22-5 








Man<iai.()1{K. 


1 F. 


14 


250 


Hill ahove the 
town 


12 51-5 


74 49 4 


Visible on all points of the horizon 
to the westward. 






< 'aniKiiiore. 


1 F. 


12 


110 


Fort 


11 5i-:{ 


75 21 7 


Visible l.'i.r to the W. Extin- 
guished duringthe.S.W. Monsoon 
from 20th xMay to the 10th of 
August. 






'relliclRTry. 


2 F. Vertical. 


12 


140 
104 


Fort Wall 


11 44-8 


75 28-5 


Visible between S.E by E. and 
N.VV. by N. or l.-iS"" by the 
eastward, 'i'iie high lightduring 
the S.W. Miinsoon is lowered to 
112 feet from Kith May to 14th 
Se|)temlier. 






I'alicut. 


1 F. 


12 


10.-) 


On a column 
near the IKadi 


11 15-2 


75 45-6 


Extinguished during S.W. Mon- 
soon from 20th May to 10th 
.Vugust. Seen between .S.E. 
and N.N.W. by eastward. 


15 


5 


< "'mIuH. 


1 F. 


12 


114 


S. iiitranee 


9 58 1 


7(; i:{-9 


One mile east of the bar ; visible 
from tlie \V. lMt°. Lf.wered to 
02 leetduriiigtlie S.W. Monsoon 


1 


.T. 


Alii>.-y. 


1 Hov. ev. iiiiii. 


1.-) 


100 


.'^aiiily Beach 


9 .30 


70 20 


With the It. E. by N. you may 
anchor in to 4.1, fatlioms. It 
is saitl to be visiblit 45 statute 
miles distant from the Chant 
.Mountains. 






Minicoy. 


1 




' 


On the Island 


S 17 


73 3 


J'ruj/ii'Si'd. 







( (ILOMnO. 



Madr.v.s, 



1)[VV. 



5. 


9. 


w. 


"3 &, 


at 


o; C 


&(,'. 


f«:r 



M. 



40 



. 30 



} 30 



f) 1,- 



I 



Ft. 



r2toi7 



7 to S 



LIGHTS AND TIDES.— INDIAN OCEAN. 



1. 

Name of 
Lij^ht. 



2. 

No. of Lights, 
Charaetor, &c. 



3. 


4. 


■^ 


H.'iglit 


a 
^ 


ofLiglit 
aliove 








the Sea. 


r' 





5. 



Where iilaoed. 



6. 

Po.sitiou. 



Lat. 



Long. 



7. 

RESLUiKS. 



8. 



H. W. 


"S % 


at 


■a n 


F.&C. 


M ~ 



9. 



CEYLON. 



CoLOMHO. 



Point deGai.lf. 

l.irrr.E Ba.'^.sas 
Hoiks Lt. V. 

TlilNCOMALIE. 



1 F. 

1 F. 

1 Fl. ev. 1,'^ mill. 

1 Fl. ev. 4 mill. 
I F. ■ 



Miles 
16 


Feet. 
132 


12 


100 


10 


33 


17 


104 


10 


58 



Clock Tower, 
.S.E. 2.")()yd3. 
from former 
pojiitiou 

On South Bas- 
tion 

Inside the ro<'ks, 
S. by W. 4 W. 
.j of a mile 

Foul point 






N. 





55-9 


(> 


1-4 


() 


23 5 


8 


32-2 


8 


31-5 



1 

o 




79 48-7 


80 


12-5 


81 


43 


81 


18-8 


81 


12-7 



Removed from the West Bastion 
to the Clock Tower. 



Within 7 miles the eclipses arc 
not total. 



H. M. 
1 



Ft. 



8 18 



INDIA.— COROMANDEL COAST. 



I'liticorin. 


1 F. 


12 


43 


Hare I.sland, on ' 
()l)eli.sk, 2i 
miles E. of 
Tuticoriu 


8 47-3 


78 11-3 


I'.'LUinlien Pass, 


1 F. 


12 


97 


A mil'i E. of 


9 17-5 


79 12-6 


I'alk Bay. 








Pass 






N'egapatam. 


IF. 


12 


100 


On a Bastion 


10 46 


79 50 


Ivai'ikal, or 


IF. 


8 


65 




10 55 


79 49-6 


(Jarricoll. 














I'onilicherry. 


1 F. 


15 


131 


Stands in the 
square 


11 557 


79 49 


.M.VHKA.S, 


1 F. & Fl. ev, 
2 min. 


17 to 
24 


132 


Esplanade, N. 
of the Fort 


13 5 2 


80 16-5 


I'uhcat. 


1 F. lied. 


6 or 7 


ryd 


Old flagstaff 


13 25 


80 19 -3 


Ak.mkuon Shoal 


IF. 


15 


95 


Village of 
Mooiia, or 
Moonapoliuni, 
a mile from the 
shore 


13 52-8 


80 12 


l»IVV. 


1 F. 


12 


90 


2 miles N.W. of 
tlie point 


15 58-9 


81 9-5 


Masulipatam. 


1 F. Ix'ed. 


- 


- 


In the Fort 


16 9-1 


81 8-2 


•■olIIiRWAHK. or 


I F. 


15 


73 


1 Hope Island, S. 


16 491 


82 18-4 


'ioUAVEHVl'T. 








pt. of Coringa 
or Cocanada 
Bay 







Visil)Ie from N. by E. to S. by E. 
or 202° open to the E. 



Visible round the Compass. 

Lowered to 88 feet during N.E. 
jMonsoon. Visible between 
N.N.W. and S.S.W. by the VV. 
or 135° 

Visible 146° 

Visible on all jioints of the sea 
horizon to the E. 

V^isible eastward or seaward 200°. 
Mariners siiould not luring this 
light to the southward c >f S. S. W. 
,^ W. to avoid the I'ulicat Shoals. 

When this light l>ears W. .^ N. 
you are to the northward of all 
the shoals. 

Visible seaward or to the east- 
ward 180° 



Visible when bearing N. round by 
\V. toS.W. 



1 


15 


1 


30 


5 





t 

i 


34 



3.i 



9 25 I 2^ 



Visible when bearing S. 
by W. to N.N. W. 



round 



8 



M 



82 



LIGHTS AND TIDES.— INDIAN OCEAN. 



11 1 



1. 

Xame of 
Light. 



2. 

No. of Lights, 
Character, &c. 



Cocanailft, .Jag- 1 1 F. 
gernautporain, j 
or Conara. I 



S.\NTIPILLY. 



False Point. 



1 F. 



1 F. 



Pilot Ri.lgoLt. V.J 1 F. 
(a Pilot Brig.) 



HooGLY River, 
(Lower Lt.V.) 



IF. 



HOOOLY RiVEK, 1 F. 

(Upiier Lt. V.) 



Mutlah River 
( Light Vessel. ) 



SAiiiOR Island. 



( 'invcoi.Lv, or 
Kaokai.1. 



4. 

FIfight 
of Light 

above 
the Sea. 



iMiles 

14 
18 



IF. 



1 F. & VI ev. i 15 
20 s. i 



Feet. 



I F. 



15 



120 



■M 



82 



02 



5. 

Where placed. 



6. 

Position. 



Lat. Long. 



7. 
Remarks. 



8. 

H. W. 

at 
F.&C. 



N. aide of entr. 



N. 

O f 

1(3 56 



E. 

o / 

82 13-8 



150 Conara Hill, i 18 3-5 j 83 36-6 
mile inland 



About 2 miles 20 20 SO 43 5 
S.W. of the 1 

point ] 

20 49-5 87 40 



Moored in 21 J 
fms. ; during 
theS.W.Mon 
soon only 



Entrance to E. 
Channel in 7.^ 
fathoms 



Gaspar Chan., 
N. by W., 8 
leagues from 
the lower Lt.V 
in 3J fathoms, 
S. l(i° E. froiii 
Saugoi light 

In 9 fathoms 



Middleton point 
200 yards from 
low water 
mark 

2 miles S.W. of 
Kedgeree pt. 



A guide for the anchorage. 



Visible seaward or to the E, 165° 



A Blitc light ev. hour, and a 
Jhiroon at the intermediate 4 
hours during the S.W. Monsoon 
(15th March to 15th September.) 
A gun tired when a vessel is 
I i seen. 

21 .3-5 88 12 A Blue light ev. .J hour and a 
Maroon ev. ] hour (l,")th March 
to 15th Se])t). F'rom October 
to March, in the N.E Monsoon, 
a Maroon or torch ev. .^ hour, 
and a Blue light ev. hour. In 
the S.W. Monsoon the vessel is 
removed to Lat. 21c N. 

21 26-2 88 5-3 I Blue lights and Maroons through- 
out the night at intervals. Its 
position is slightly altered as the 
Channel shifts. 



H. M. 
9 10 



21 88 48 



21 38-7 



21 50-2 



88 2-2 



87 57-8 



Teniporarj/. A Bed flag at main- 
mast head ; and if in her position 
a rocket from ICth March to IGth 
October at 8 ]).n>., midnight, and 
at 4 a. m. 



Partially lighted, and now used as 
can anchoring light. Visible from 
N.E. round E. to S. 



10 



10 



II 30 



9. 



O t.0 

w — 



Ft. 
4— .•> 



lo; 



10 



BAY OF BENGAL (E. Coast) AND MALACCA STRAIT. 



KOOTL'BDEAH. 



Savage. 



TKRRIBLE.S. 



Alguada. 



I F 



IF. 



1 Rev. 



ev mm. 



18 i 120 I W. part of Id. 



13 



20 



106 



147 



Great Savage 
Island, entr. to 
Akyab Harb. 

On the S. Ter- 
rible 
On the Reef 



21 52-5 


91 50-2 


20 G-2 


r2 55-6 


19 22-5 


93 17 


15 42 


94 14 

1 



Proposed. 



9 45 



10 49 



I 


9. 


\v. 


"s a, 


it 


^•S 


&c. 


CSS t^ 



Ft. 
4-5 



10 ; 



) 1 10 



1'2 



LIGHTS AND TIDES.— INDIAN ARCHIPELAGO. 



83 



1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8 




9. 


Name of 


No. of Lights, 
Character, &c. 


S 

> 


Height 

of Light 

above 

the Sea. 


Where placed. 


Position. 


Remarks. 


H. W. 

at 
F.&C. 


^•5 


liight. 


Lat. 1 Long. 


"a; 












N. 


E. 














Miles 


Feet. 




/ 


/ 




H. 


M. 


Ft. 


Kanooox. 


1 


- 


- 


Elei)hant point 


16 29 


96 22-5 


Proposed, 








i» 


1 F. 


8 


48 


Lt. V. at entr. 


- 


- 


A Blue light ev. hour from 7 p.m. 
to 4 a. m. 


3 


15 


21 


Amherst. 


IF. 


() 


- 


On the point 


16 4-5 


97 35 


A small light. I - ncertain if lighted 








Double Isle. 


1 


- 


- 


N. pt. of iHle 


15 53 


97 36 


Intended. 








Malacca Strait 


IF. 


10 to 


. 


W. part of one 


2 .52-5 


101 


A Maroon at 10 p.m. and 2 a.m. 


6 





15 


(Light Vessel.) 




12 




B'athom Bank, 
in 4 fathoms, 
100 yards N. 
of the iJuoy 






A Bliiclt at 8 p.m., midnight,, 
and 4 a.m. A Rfd Hag with 
White anclior by day. Parcular 
Hill E. J S. clears N. part of 
bank, and E. \ S. clears S. part. 
A screw i»ile lighthouse is to re- 
place the Lt. V. 








H.UIIADA, or 


1 F. 


25 


44C 


On the Cape 


2 24-5 


101 52-3 


Visible when bearing from S.E. 


5 


.30 


13 


RacuauoCape 














by E. round E. and N. to N.W. 
hy W. 








Malacca. 


1 F. 


12 


14G 


St. Paul Hill 


2 112 


102 16-7 


Leads clear of the Water Islands 
N. by W. f W, 


1 


30 


11 


ItAKFi.ES, Strait 


1 F. 


12 


105 


Coney Islet 


1 8-2 


103 44-6 


Visible from S.E. by E. round S. 








of Siug.apore. 














to W.S.W. or 233° 








Singapore. 


1 F. 


15 


226 


Flag Staff, Fort 
Cauniug 


1 16 2 


103 50-9 


Visible from St. John's Island to 
Jahore Shoal, or 90'^, 


9 


45 


10 



INDIAN ARCHIPELAGO. 



HoRSBCKGH, or ! 1 Rev. cv. min. 
Peura Branca' (Bi-t. face 15 s. 



Java & its Ids. 

\. N.I EK, strait of 
Sunda. 

Anjer Village. 
M(aischeneter, or 

Maneater 
Middelburg. 
l-Mam. 
Batavia. 

North Watcher. 
' 'riiiion Java 

Islands. 
Japar... 
Saniarang. 
l)idy Strait. 

Fianjoewangie. 



Celebes. 



1 F. 

2 F. 

1 

1 
I 
1 F. 

1 
1 

1 
1 
1 

1 
1 F. 



15 



20 



95 I Summit of Rock 



150 



3 or 4 35 ea 



13 



54 



Fourth pt., 2', 
miles S. W. by 
W. of the Port 
On each Pier 
On the Island 

S. i>t. of Island 
On tlie Island 
V/. Pier 

On the Island 
Katang, or 

vVestorn Island 
Jalie point 

Tabrean, or 

Duiven Island 
Utrecht Fort 



Macassar 



1 19 


104 25 


S. 
6 4-5 


105 53 1 


6 32 
5 57-3 


105 55 

106 30-8 



58-8 

57 "5 

51 

12-2 
47 



106 41-2 
jl06 50 2 
d06 47-7 

[106 28-3 
'no 6-7 



110 42-4 
110 24-2 



6 24 

6 57-7 I 

8 1-4 114 25 2 



8 12 '.'^ 



114 20-2 



5 8-2 119 23-5 

I 



Building. 

Buildimj. 
Building. 
Light bearing from S. % W. to S. 

5 E. leads to the anchorage. 
Proposed. 
Proposed. 

Proposed. 
Proposed. 
Proposed. 

Proposed. 

Harljour light, on Rotterdam 
Fort 



10 



• 'i 



■'I! I' 



! II 



.) 



1:^ 






<-" i 






1 :'!>! ■ 



84 



LIGHTS AND TIDES.— INDIAN ARCHfPELACU). 



1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9 


Name of 


No. of Lights, 
Character, &c. 


> 


Height 

ofLigllt 

above 

the Sea. 


Where jilased. 


Position. 


llEMAKKS. 


H. W. 

at 
F.&C. 


C ic 


Light. 


Lat. 


Long. 


.£5 C 












S. 


E. 












Miles 


Feet. 




/ 


/ 




H. M. 


Kt. 


Banka Strait. 




















Tobu Ali. 


1 


. 


- 


In the Fort 


3 1 


100 28 


Proposed. 






Piilo Dalian 


I 


. 


. 


4.J miles 8. of 


2 55 


lOG 11 


Proposed. 






(Light Vossel.) 








the Islet, cen- 
tre of Stanton 
Channel 












Kaman, or 


IF. 


20 


170 


On the point 


2 4«J 


105 8-6 


Visible round the horizon. 






K A LEAN, W. 




















end of lianka 




















Lshmd. 




















Miutok. 


1 F. 




- 


Pier Head 


2 5-5 


105 11* 








Frederic Hendric 


. 


. 


. 


. 


. 


. 


Prepariiiij. 






(Light Vessel.) 




















Philippines. 










N. 










Port Alfonso, 


IF. 


10 


2G8 


On a hill, S. \>t. 


8 1 


117 4 








Balabac Island 








of the Port, 












E. coast 


• 






Calandorang 
Bay 












Zebu Port. 


1 V. 


4 


49 


bagacay point, 
N.E. entrance 


10 24-5 


124 1-5 


" - • - " 


12 


7 


Romblon Island. 


1 F. 


- 


- 


Sabang pt. , N. 
entrance 


12 37-6 


122 15 9 








CORREGIDOR Id. 


1 Rev. ev. miu. 


20 


O.SO 


Highest jiart 


14 23 i 


120 33 








Ciballo Lsland. 


IF. 


6 


•27 


On the Islet 


14 22-.-) 


120 30 








BcRiAs Island. 


IF. 


• 


- 


Bnsin Port 


13 9-7 


123 3-9 








91 


1 F. 


- 


• 


Busin Port, 
S.W. cntr. 


- 


• 








»> 


1 F. niu^. 


- 


- 


Busainga Port 


- - 


- 








11 


1 F. Blue. 


- 


- 


Malaguing-ilog 


- - 


- - 








, , 


1 F. 




. 


Kngano Mouth 


- 


- 








Manila Bay. 


1 F. 


10 


51 


N. shore of the 
River Pasig 


14 30-2 


120 56-5 


■ 


10 40 


2' 


)i 


- 


7 


29 


Sangley point, 
Cavite Biiy 


- 


• 


Harbour light. 







COCHIN CHINA. 



^ulo Condore. 
Tape St. Jai.ies, 

.Saigon River 
Light Vessel. 



IR. 
1 F. 

1 F. 



. 


. 


Little (.'iiiidore 


8 40-5 


106 33-1 Proposed 


28 


482 


77(>y<lH. within 10 19-2 
the .S. Ridge , 


107 5-4 1 


10 


33 


Inner Elbow of 
the river C7i 
route to Saigon 


10 3G'8 


106 51-2 

1 



11 8 



CHINA. 



Macao. ; 1 R. 

Canton River. , 2 F. lUd. 



Swatow, or IF. 

.Shautau. i 

Taetan Island. ' 1 



Pescadores 



1 F. 



20 



330 



225 



Fort Ciuia 
Dutch Folly 

Fort 
Double Island 



Fisher Islet, 
S. 'V. extremity' 



22 12 


113 33-5 


23 20 


116 43-7 


24 24-5 


118 9-3 


23 33 


119 24-5 



U)icertain. 

BnUdiiKj. Position unknown. 
Lighted occasionally. 



10 
3 



8. 

I. \v. 

at 


9 

ca z. 


. M. 


Vt. 



LIGHTS AND TIDES.-PACIFIC OCEAN. 



85 



1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


6. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


Nanii" of 


No. of liights, 
Character, &c. 


>* 

1 
> 


Height 
of Liglit 

ivl)OV(' 

the Sea. 


Where plaeeil. 


Position. 


K - \UK8. 


II. w. 

at 
F.&C. 


5^ 


Light. 


liat. 


Long. 












N. 


E. 












Miles 


Feet. 




' 


' 




11. M. 


Ft. 


Yung River. 

X 3. Yew Islet. 




















1 F. JM. 


. 


153 


Western of the 


29 07 -7 


121 43 8 
















three i.sk'tsi, 




















eiitr. of river 






,Visible round the horizon. 






Tse-le, or Square 


IP. 


. 


186 


Oil the l.ihiiMl, 


29 59 -t 


121 451 








Island. 








;ti niile.s X. K. 
of river's entr. 












Yang-Tse 




















Kiang (Lt.v. 


IF. 


10 


68 


Mid. of Chan. 


31 8 


121 .-)8'7 


May be passed on either side. 


12 


15 








N.N.W. l W. 






When a vessel is oh.served run- 






j" 22 feet.) 








from (iutzlafF 






ning into danger ii gnu is tired, 
and the course indicated t<i be 














Isliiiul 
























steered. Pilot Schoniu'rs criiiae 




















off fiutzlali' Island and Ariadne 




















Rocks. In tlilck wcatiier a 




















Hasli light will be shown every 




















hour. 






IviuT'oan Beacon 


1 F. 


5orG 


70 


In the Tower, 
S. side of entr. 


- 


- 


i 








1 F. Red. 


. 


30 


In the Tower, 


. 


. 


Will not be visil)le from a vessel's 














S. side of entr. 






deck till in 18ft., L. W. springs. 






Light Vessel, in 


IF. 


- 


- 


Langshan Cros- 


- 


- 


. 


1 40 


12 


5 fathoma 








sing 






1 







JAPAN. 



Taske Harbour. 
Seto-uchi, or 
Inland Sea. 



IF. 
1 F. 

IF. 

IF. 
IF. 
1 F. 



Cape Idsu, or 1 F. 

Tro-o-Saki. 
Yeuo Gulf. 1 F. 



1 F. 

2 F. 



East Coast. 



10 to 

14 

12 



A1)out 
250 

75 



N. side of entr. 
Fuku Uria, N. 

entrance 
Oka Mura, S. 

l)oiut 
Mi-hara 
Akasi 
Awadsi-sima, 

N. point 
On the Cape 

Joka-sima, W. 
point 

Susaki, E. entr. 



.33 23 129 31 
,33 r)7-5 130 r)G 

i 
34 13 [1.32 525 

34 24 !l33 7 

34 39 jl35 
.34 37 135 1 

.34 35 '138 52 

35 9 139 37 



34 59 5 



139 40 



37 20 141 14 



Harbour light. 



A wood fire burnt under an open 
shed. Too mucliconlidence as to 
distance should not be placed on 
it, especially in wet weather 
whentlie fire is replenished with 
damj) fuel, it becomes very dim, 
and is sometimes temporarily 
obscured. 



J 
Uncertain. 



TARTARY GULF. 



< 'astries. 

Saohalin Id., 
near Dui. 



I F. 

1 F. 



18 
22 



250 
373 



Klostercamp, or 
(^uoin point 

On slope of a 
steep hill 



51 20 
.50 53 



140 52 
142 12 



Visible from N. E. ;^ E. round N. 

and S. to S.E. .4 S. 
Positon uncertain. Visible -.vhon 

bearing from N.E. \ E. round 

E. to S. by W. I W. 



10 30 



' 



II 



?! 



:t!^\ 






8fi 



LIGHTS AND TIDES.-i'ACIPIC OCEAN. 



■'! 



, 'f 



Name of 
Light. 



No. of LightM, 
Character, &c. 



3. 


4. 


if" 


HciKht 
of Light 


:^ 


above 


.S 

> 


the Sea. 



Wliere idactui 



6. 

PoBitiou. 



Lat. 



Long. 



7. 

Remakkji. 



8. 

II. w. 

at 
F. & t'. 



Avatchka 
Gulf. 

!>.V1_M. 



Bahoishkin 
Point. 

il.VKOF. 



Am IK. 



IF. 

1 F. 
1 F. 



lIorr.NEsT Id. 



Swan River. 



KiN(; George 

.SOINI). 



1 Rev. ev. niiii. 20 



1 F. 



1 F. 



1 F. 



14 



24 



10 



fATE BniiDA, or 

Fl.INDEIiS. 

N.W. jMiint of 
Kangaroo Id. 



30 

i Red. 

15 



St. Vincent 1 Int. vis. 24 .<<. 10 
(iULT. ev. mill. ; 



2F. 



1 F. Ebd. 



1 F. (Ireen. 



10 






Sti ur, Kan^ivroo 1 Rev.ev. l^niin 24 
I.shand, S. E. ; j 

point. I 



197 



92 



384 



37 



1 Rev. ev. i min.! Brt. , 510 



80 



38 
29 



29 

248 



KAMCHATKA. 



Miles 


Feet. 


24 


449 


19 


294 


22 


378 1 


7 


* 1 



E. sidn of ontr. 



Second jmint, 
W. sideof eiitr. 

Signal Station, 
alioiit i mile 
S. of entr. to 
Rakovya llarli 

W. part Con- 
Htantine Hat- 
ter j-, opiiosite 
Nikolaevsk 



N. 



E. 



62 52-8 158 47 

I 

52 547 158 42 C 
52 575 158 43(5 



Vixilile from !■]. hy N. round 
soiitheily to N. \V. i W. Lighted 
occaHioaally. 



53 7'2 140 41 "8 Indicates the ai>])roa('li to the 
1 town of Nikolaevsk. 



II. M. 



AUSTRALIA. 



Centre of Island 32 

'2% miles from 

E. end 
.\rthur Head ■ 32 3-2 

summit, S. j 

entrance | 

Breaksea Island,! 35 4*3 

1200 yards j 

■within its E. 

extremity ! 
Princess Uoval ' .S.") 2'G 

llarl>oiir, "I't. 

King, N. entr. 
On the Cajie ; , 35 45 "3 

1500 ft. inland 



Troubridge 35 7"S 

Shoals, centre 
of I si, ■did I 



115 31-2 
115 45 

118 3-3 

117 55-2 
130 ;iS 



137 52 



Lt. V. entr. of I .34 47 1.38 .30 

Port Adelaide,! 

1 mile S. \V. of' 

the r.ar in 5 

fathoms j 

I.efevres Penin,' .34 50 138 31 

Pilot Station, \ 

end of Jetty I '■ 

(ilenelg .letty, j 34 .59-5 ;i38 .33 

outer jiart j 
Willoughl.y j .35 51-5 138 10-8 

Cajte, Back- | 

stairs Passiige ' 



Does not fairly ojien till it bean' 
N.E. \ N., and must not be 
steered for until it bears N.N.E. 
i|E. 

W. by N. .? X. 7.1 miles from the 
light on iJreaksea Island 

Red & White altem.ately. Visible 
from S.W. hy S. to N.E. by E. 
i\ E. by the W. When the Red 
light is not visible the Wli'de 
light will ai>i)ear at intervals of 
one minute. 

Vessels should make the light 
bearing N. E. i N. and steer N.E. 
by E. 4E., ]iassing about 7 niiles 
distant. There is anchorage 
N. E. of light in 8 fathoms, li 
miles distant. 

A light is pro/iot(d to be erected 
on piles to supersede the Lt. V. 



Anchor in 5 fathoms, light bearing 

E. by N. 
Visible on all bearings from N. 

by W. i W. round by east, to 

S.W. by W. 4 W. 



7 50 



1 1 .'56 



3 30 



5 30 



10 



9 

o & 

a 



Ft. 



'^■i 



1-4 








9 


V. 


•S& 




, a 


V. 


i'5 



M. Ft. 



LIOHTS AND TIDES.— i'AClllc (Hi N. 



Niinu! of 
Light. 



2. 

Xi). (if LightH, 
{'hiiractiT, &.C. 



lH) 



50 1-4 



.•!() 



30 



( Al'K NOHTIIIM- 
IlKHLAM). 

<'ai>e Briucie- 

WATEK, or 

Nklhon. 
riiitliviiil Hay. 



Port Fairy. 



Warrnambool, 
or Lady Bay. 



Bass Strait. 



Kino Island. 
I'ort PhDliii. 



1 C. 



1 Rev. ev. iniii. 



1 F. 



1 F. Offm. 
1 F. Rf'd. 



1 F. Red (brifjht 
flash ev. 3nun. ) 



1 F. 

1 F. Red. 



MileH 
Bt.l8 

On. 8 



>2 
l.'l 



1 Ilev. ev. mill. 



1 F. 
1 F. 



1 F. 
1 F. 

While .{• Red 
1 F. Green. 

IF. 

Red .(: White 



3. 

.a 



Hfi^lit 

ifLi^ht 

al)ovi' 

thu Hvn. 



13 
3 



•24 



•J4 

/?</. 7 
(/m. 4 



17 

lOto 
14 
4 

8 



Where i)laceil. 



6. 

i'oaitiuit. 



Lat. Long. 



T. 



Bk.makkm. 



Feet. 
123 



110 



41 



300 



•280 



i:iO 

90 



Oil the Caiie 



OM.Iitty Head. 

Near I'MagHtatr, 
on()l)ni.'rvatory 
Hill 

S. H. part of Rab- 
bit Id., about 
"» yards from 
11. VV. 

Centre of Lsland. 
The Red light 
is a little above 
11. W. mark, 
at the head uf 
Bay 

S.W. extremity 



N. pt. ; C. Wiek- 

ham 
Lonsdale point, 

near Tidal 

Flagstaff 



Shorthand Blufi" 



Qucensclitr, on 
end of Jetty 

S.W. end of 
Swan Sjjit, in 
15 ft., at about 
2400 yards off 
shore 



S. 

O / 

38 31 

.38 22 

38 '22 

38 24 

;{8 20 



38 51 



39 35 



38 10-5 



li. 

o / 

140 37 8 

141 19 

141 39 

142 20 

142 32 



143 .33 '5 



143 r<7 



144 39 C 



Wliile, Ri'd, k Clreeii alternately. 
The reelM extend a mile otiMliore 
from the cape and eoast adjacent. 

I'mpoHfd. A iiighthouse is tobe 
built on one of these Capes. 



The light on Observatory Tlill i.<( 
visilije from N.W. to S. by K. 
round easterly. 

Vsible from N.K. i K. to S. by 
li i F. Note the distinctive 
feature between this and Ca[ie 
Otway light. 

The Red light is visible between 
N.W. and N. 1 E. ; it guides 
vessels in clear of the outer 
reefs. 



Do not ajiproacli the Cape within a 
mile on a N. W. to N.N. K. direc- 
tion, and to the Westward not 
nearer than 2 miles ; a dangerous 
reef lies •\ of a mile to the S S. F. 
Note the distinctive feature 
between this and C. .Shanck It. 

Visible from N.N.E. ,;, F. ruuad 
by ea.stto W.N.W. 

Green light visible when bearing 
altout N.W. by N. to N.W. ,i W., 
and Red towards Napeau j)oint 
and the Harbour from (iboiit 
N. VV. 4 W. to W. ,1 N. Vessels 
with the Green light in sight 
will be outside the dangers, and 
with the Rid inside. Blending 
the two colours indicates being 
in the vicinity of the dangers. 

S.W. by S., & r.r., 3.")2 yards. 



A Gong. Must not ai)]>roach 
within 120 yards of liijhtliouse. 
White when bearing from (dmnt 
E.N.E. toN.E. .|,E. ; /i-rr/from 
N.E. .1 E. toN.E. ^N. ; 117/ ;^- 
froniN.E. i N. to N. by VV. .i 
VV., and Red from N. by W. 4 
W. round \^^ to S. I W^ Red 
light in sight between N.E. ^ E. 
and N.E. f N. indicates the 
entrance to the W. Channel, 
between No. 1 Black buoy and 
the Wliite buoy, with ])ereh on 
the lUiyal tlcorge Shoal. 



87 



I VV, 



H. M. 



midii. 



9 42 



10 50 



Ft. 



!* 



8S 



Mi 



LIGHTS AND TID BS.-I'ACIKK! OCKAN. 



1. 


8. 


3. 


I 

4. 


0. 


6. 


7. 


ft. 


9. 


N'llIlK' of 

Liglit. 


Nil. of Li^litH, 
Cluiracti-r, tur. 


>* 


il.'iKlit 
ofl.iKht 

IllioVf 

tlif Soa. 


Where plftfed. 


Posi 
Lat. 


tion. 
Long. 


Hkmarks., 


H. W. 

at 
F.AC. 


1^ 












M. 


E. 














MiU'H 


F.'ct. 




o / 


o / 




il. 


M. 


Ft. 


I'liitr i'iiii.ii'. 


'2 F. l!4tt.uiiart 


8 


50 


N. end of W. 


- 




A (Jon^. When adrift two Iletl 








(Li^ht VoMc-1.) 






i-acli 


Chan., in 3 
fathoinH 






lij^htM are exhibitecl. 








M 


1 F. 


7 


27 


(ieelon;,', or 
Corio llarl)., 
near the Bird 
Koeks, star- 
board Hide, 
I.t. V. in 2 
fatlioniH 






A (long. When adrift two R'd 
\tn. are HubHtituted. Tidal nig- 
nulH, Nhowiug the height of 
water on the bar, are exhibited 
from the Lt. V. 


•> 


.30 


n 


>t 


1 F. 


;t 




Fnd of Steam 
lioat .letty 






» 








M 


1 F. 


.'t 


• 


I'ier Head ex- 
tremity 


- 


■ 










II 


1 llev. ; a tlash 
fv. i nun. 


10 


abont 
40 


Melbonrne Lt. 
v., olV (lelli- 
brand ]ioint, 
in 5 fathonis 


•M ri'2-1 


144 .54 9 


A (Jong. 


• 






II 


2 F. n>'(l. 


>> 

each 


■ 


Sandridp', on 
end of old pier 
& railway pier 






• 


2 


31 


- 1 


II 


1 F. I}r,l. 


o 




K.vtreTne of old 
Jetty 


• 




Uncertain. 








»l 


1 F. Bed. 


4 


• 


Set'iapiU'r pt., 
c.d of Jetty 


38 12 9 


145 2 


• 


o 


14 


"1 


CaI'E SlHANCK. 


1 F. & Fl. ov. 2 
min. 


2.'} 


328 


Hij.hest ]iart, 
IS. extremity 


38 30 


144 -.4 


Visilde from W. | N. toS.E.iJ E. 
A reef lies S.S. E. j mile from 
lighthouse 








WlKSON I'RO- 


IF. 


24 


342 


S. E. part 


;i'J 9 


14(5 23 


Visible between .S.S. W. & E.N.FL 


» 





10 


MONTORY. 














except «!i.ii hidden by the 
adjacent islands. When the 
light bears N.E. vessels maj 
steer direct for the promontory, 
between Cleft and liocloudo Ids. 








Port Albert, 


1 F. & Fl. ev. 3 


9 


40 


E. J. art LaTrol)e 


3S 40 


14ti3l 


Visible between W. by S. & N.E. 


11 


40 


8 


Corner Inlet. 


niin. lied. 






bland 














Deal Isi^vnu. 


1 llev. tv. min., 
and 40 8. 


:w 


9,-)0 


On snininit, 
S.W. Hide 


39 29 


147 21 (J 


Fre(|uently obsecured by fogs ; 
at 10 miles distance it is 50" 
briglit and .W dark. 








(Iabo Isl.\m). 


1 F. 


22 


172 


')}i milo.s .S.W. 
:; S. of Caju,' 
Howe. (JOO 
yd«. froniS. K. 


37 3.-) 


149 ■■>-)•! 


Visilile from E. 4 N. round by 

N. to S. S.W. 


11 


10 












part of Lsland 














'J'wofold Bay, 


1 F. li'ed. 





140 


Lo tkont point, 


.37 4-.-. 


149 55 -G 


Visible 85" seaward. When rounil- 








Kden Harbour 








.S. e.\tremity 






ingthe lighthouse give it a berth 
of a \ mile. 








Jervis Bay. 


1 Alt. ev. i min. 


ir. IS 

14 


224 


About 2 miles to 
the N. of Cape 
St. (Juorge 


.35 9-2 


l.'50 47-8 


Alternating White, liedSc Orceu. 
From the northward it ojiens of 
CnK.>.':'" Head S.S.W^ i W., 
and when about 8 mi'es distant, 
on approaorfiing / from south- 
ward, it must not i'e brought to 
bear to the northward of N. by V.'. 


6 


20 


G-9 



ft. 


9. 


1. vv. 


Ji, 


lit 


^ 'i 


A AC. 


M c. 




*-/' 


II. M. 


ht. 


2 30 


■•<i 



- ( 



^i 



10 



6-9 



LIGHTS AND TTD E S. -PACIITr OC'KAN, 



1. 

Nftmc of 
Li^lit. 



I'oRi Ja<;khon. 



NEWCAHXr.R. 

MoKETON Bay. 



2. 

No. of I.ij^htH, 
« 'liiiructi'r, Ac. 



3, 



I 

.a 



4 

-f l.iglit 

ill Hive 

the Sen. 



Wli*«« |lllM«d. 



6. 

Puaition. 
lidt. Long. 



I Ri'V. ev. mill. 

and 30 8. 
1 K. 



2 F. 

1 F. linl. 

I F. 

I llt'v. IV. min. 

1 F. 



Mili.'H 
21 

H 
6 



17 
20 

7 



Fi'ut. 
344 

W 
20 

20 



H. Huftd, Mftc- 
(lii.'irii! TowiT 

Inner H. Head, 
or Hoinl>y Fit. ; 
I'dgi' iif <iitr 

lit. ^'., on the 
N.W. edge of 
Sow and I'ij^s 
Shonl in 21 ft. 

On till) Tower, 
Fort DeniHoii 



IP. 

1 F. 
1 P. 

Port Stephens.! 1 Rev. ev. niiu 



17 



115 Nobby Head 

i 
382 1 Morctoii THJand, 
, N.F. point 
3.') S.H.W. ;| W., ! 
nearly ij inilo 
from N. pt. of 
Inland 
18 I Comboyuro pt. 



18 I Cowan Cowan 
point 



Brisbane Lt. V. 



12(5 S. side of entr. 






8. 
/ 


.13 


512 


33 50 7 


33 


Ml 


32 


55 3 


27 


2 3 


27 

1 


2 '2 


27 


4 2 


27 


8 3 


27 20-7 


32 

1 


44 



o / 

151 18 2 
151 18 7 

151 10 



7. 

IIrmarks. 



ViHiblo from N. by W. to S. by W 

I W. 
Vimblo from N.W. by N. toS.W. 

nv. 

A Jh'tl flag by day. 



151 48'8 Vi«it.lp fr .in N. i.v K ). K. tj 

8.\V. by W. 
I.'>3 28'0 



2 153 27-5 
153 22 

1,53 22-(> 
153 11-2 

152 13 



Visible from S. | VV. to Fi. by N. 
4 N. by eastward, In one with 
the revolving light on a W 
S. l)earing. 

liid seaward from the bearing of 
S. by W. ;. \V., and Whit,' from 
S. by F. i E. to F.N. F. by the 
westward. OI)'(cured between 
S. by \V, i W. -tid S. by F. J E. 

Obscured between K. jj N. and 
N F. .i N. ; also between N.N.E. 
I F and N. by F. 4 F. 

At tlie entrance to river. N. by 
F. 580 yards from Lt. V. in 
34 ft. is a Beacon Red light. 
vVest Beacon 1007 fards to the 
south is a F. light. 

A White and Red flasli ev. min. 
The lighthouse should not be 
approached within one mile. 




TASMANIA. 



fioosE Island. 


1 F. 


20 


135 


Near the S. pt. 
Chappel Ids. 


Swan Isi.anu. 


1 Rev. ev min. 


14 


110 


N. point 


OAI.liVMIM.K 
P«JUT. 


I Bev. ev. min. 
and 40 s. 


15 


142 


Low Head, E. 
entr. Tanuir 
River 


O'Fntrf.ca.s- 

TKAtX ClIAN. 


1 Rev. ev. min. 
and 40 s. 


22 


335 


Cape Bruny, 
a.W. point 


HOBAKTON. 


IF. 


10 


C5 


Iron Pot Isli , 
Mouth of Der 
went River 


fi 


1 F. Rtd. 


. 


. 


Sullivan Cove, 



Pier Head 



40 18-7 

40 43 5 

41 3-4 



147 48 

148 8-0 
140 48-2 



43 29 5 
43 37 



I 



147 10 
147 20 



At 10 miles it appears for 50 s. 
briglit and 50 s. dark. 

At 10 miles it appears for 50 s. 
briylit and 50 s. dark. 



For Steamera. 



12 



10 



8 45 



44 



tk 



90 



LIGHTS AND TIDES.— rAClFlC OCEAN. 









Name of 
Light. 



2. 

No. of I^iglits, 
Cliaractcr, &c. 



3. 


4. 


4^ 


Height 
of Light 


'•Ji 


above 
tlie Sea. 



5. 

Where placed. 



6. 

Position. 



Lat. 



Long. 



7. 


8. 


9. 




H. W. 


•^ a, 


KEMAKKti. 


at 


^■t 




F.&C. 


'^■j: 



Port of France, 



1 F. 



Hauraki Gulf. 

Tiri Tiri Ma- i 1 F, 

tangi Ishind. 
Auckland. 



Cook Strait. 
Maua Island. 



Port Nicholson. 



Nkl-son. 



1 F. R&.1. 



IF. 



PoKxLrriLETON. 



Or AGO Ha KB. 



IF. 



1 F. 



1 F. lied. 



IF. 



1 F. Red. 



FoveaUX l Rev. cv. 4 min. 

Strait, Uog 

Inland. 



NEW CALEDONIA. 



Milesi Feet. 



Aiuedee Island. 



S. 

o / 

22 28 (i 



E. 

o / 

10G29'3 






Building. 



NEW ZEALAND. 



23 


300 


29 


4.~0 


30 


420 


12 


GO 

1 


29 


450 


20 


196 


18 


ir)0 



Pier Head 



N.W. p.art of 
Island, oil' the 
entrance to 
Porirua llarl). 

Pencarrow Head, 
Wellington 

Boulder Pank, 
S.W', part 



Hiitranee of 
Harhour 



36 36 o 
36 50 

41 5 
41 22 



174 55 "2 
174 49 

174 48 
174 51-2 



41 )51 |173 171 



41 16 



Cachalot Head, 43 35 "5 

N. sideofentr. 



Tairoa Head, 
E. side <>f entr. 



45 47 



On the Island, i 46 39-6 
S.K. of Bluir 
Harhour 



173 17 5 



172 49-5 



170 45 



168 26 



Visible from E. liy N. round N. 
to S. by W. :,' W. Outer anchor- 
jvge in 6 fath<»nis, witii light at 
E.S.E., but do not shut in the 
light nor approach the point on 
which it stands nearer than a 
mile. 



Visible through an arc of 200°, 
but when bearing from seiiward, 
only from W. .| N. round W, 
amis. toS.S.E. \ E. 

Visible seaward when bearing 
from W. jj S. round by south 
to S.E. 



H. M. 

8 25 



3 50 



2 50 



Ft. 
4 



II 



4 30 5 



9 50 U 



n 



Tahi 



Kar; 
Hi 

e. 1 

Oi 



8. 


9. 


1. w. 


■s^ 


at 


4) C 



I. M. 
8 25 



Ft. 
4 



7 5,11 



4 30 5 
9 "jO It 



3 oO 7i 



'2 50 



LIGHTS AND TIDES.— PACIFIC OCEAN. 



91 



Name of 
I.ight. 



Nil. of Lights, 
Chariioter, &c. 



■a 



Height 

)f Light 

above 

the Sea. 



WTicro placed. 



6. 

Position 
Lat. 



Long. 



7. 

Bemarrs, 



8. 


H. W. 


at 


F.&C. 



9. 



oj a 

03 -H 
03 Oh 



SOCIETY ISLANDS 



T.\HITI, 



1 P. 



|Mile.s 
I 6 



Feet. 



Point Venus 



s. 

' 


W. 

' 


17 297 


149 29 1 



H. M. Ft. 



HAWAII GROUP, OR SANDWICH ISLANDS. 



Karakakoa Bay, 
Hawaii Id. 

t'. Kawaihoa, 
Oneeheow Id, 



N. W. 

19 28 155 55 | Bnilding: On the point where 
Captain Cook, R.N., was killed. 
21 45 160 12 Budding. 



r 

1 ■ 

ii 



H. I 



BRITISH NORTH AMERICA. 



L 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 




6. 




7. 


8. 


9. 


Name of 


No. of Lights, 
Character, &c. 




Height 

of Light 

above 

the Sea. 


Where placed. 




Position 


• 


Re.marks. 


H. W. 

at 
F.&C. 




Light. 


1 


at. 


Long. 


M — 


. 












N. 1 W. 










:Miles 


Feet. 




° 


' 1 "^ 


/ 


1 H. M. 


Ft. 


Labrador. 












1 




j 




Belle Isle, 


IF. 


28 


470 


Extreme S. pt. 


51 


53 55 


oo .o 


A gun is llred every hour during ! 




Strait, of Belle 








of Island 










a fog or snow storm. 






Isle. 


,F. 






















Amour Point. 


18 


155 


S. E. side of 


51 


27 6 


56 


50-9 


Signals :— Fog whistle or gnu. 








• 






Fortean Bay 
















Newfoundland 
























Offer Wadu a:« 


1 F. 


15 


96 


On the Island 


49 35 7 


53 


45 1 








Bo.NAVISTA. 


1 l^>^•. ev. no s. 


IS 


150 


()i\ the Cape 


48 41-9 


53 


5-3 


Kei^t <ipen of Spillers Point, clears 








JM&. White 
















the Flowers liocks. 






Oatalina Hail>. 


! F. 


15 


92 


On(;reen Inland 


48 30-2 


53 


2-7 


Visible from W.S.W. seaward to 7 
N V 


(> 


Baccai.ieu Id. 


1 Fl. ev. 10 s. 


28 


443 


.1 mile from N. 
part 


48 


8-8 


52 


47-8 


When the S. Part of the Island 
bears N.N.E. A E. within the 
distance of eight miles, the light 
is obscured by the high land. 






















1 Keeper's dwelling White, and 




















roof /.'-(/. 






Harbour Graci: 


1 F. 


IS 


151 


N, end of Island 


47 


427 


53 


8-2 Visible from N.N.E. to S.S.W. 








2 F. Vrllie.ll. 


11 


40 
17 


On pt. of Beach, 
N. side 


47 


41-4 


53 


12-5 


Lighteil by (>as. West leads in 
to clear the sjiit of 8 feet. 
Api>ears as a double light for 
3 miles. Obscured by the 
Salvage on W. }. S. bearing 






St. John's 


1 F. 


IG 


114 


Fort .Vmherst, 


47 


33-9 52 


40-3 


Visible .seaward from W.S.W. to 


7 30 


(i 


Harbour. 








S. .side of entr. 








N.N.K. When C. Spear, or St. 
























John's Harbour is envelo]ied in 
























fog, a gun is lired every hour 






















during day. 






■• 


1 F, Retl. 


■ 


225 


Near a chapel, 

ill flKllt of 

Cathedral 


47 


34 52 


421 


' Lights ill one lead through the 






J , 


1 F. JM. 


. 


GO 


Oil tup of Cus- 
tom-house 


47 


34 52 


41 8 


l" Narrows. 


























Capb Spear. 


1 Rev. es'. mill. 


■'2 


2()4 


On the Cape 


47 


31-2 52 


37 


f 

Seen round the seaward horizon. 






Ferry la.m). 


. 


. 


. 


On the Ca])e 


47 


1 i 52 


51 1 


Pr()i>osi'd. 






Cape 1{aie. 


1 F. 


19 


ISO 


On the Cape 


4G 


39-4 ! 53 


4 3 


J\. conical beacon stands 50 yards 


7 


Ci 














1 




S. from the lighthouse, and the 




i 












1 




Telegia|ih Station N. 240 yards. 










• 












Seen seaward E.N.E. to W.S.W. ^ 




('ape I'ive. 


1 U. 


24 


314 


On the Caiie 


40 


37 i ,53 


31 7 


Seen from W. by S. to S. E. ! 




Capk St. Maiiv. 


1 Bev. ev. iniu. 
Ifnl ami W'/iilf. 


2G 


;<90 


On the Cape 


4G 


49 '5 


54 


11-6 


. i 8 30 

i 

1 


7 


Bqrin Island. 


1 Rev. ov. 20 a. 


27 


430 


On I»odding 


47 


4 ■ 55 


8-7 


1 
1 












Head 




















w. 

t 


9. 

«a7 


M. 
(» 


Ft. 
(> 



;{o 



ci 



LIGHTS AND TIDES.-BIUTLSH NOETH AMERICA. 



93 



1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


Ncamo of 


\i). of Lights, 


4' 


Ileiglit 

of Liglit 

above 


Where placed. 


Position. 


Remarks. 


H. W. 

at 
F. & C. 




Light. 1 CiiiiractiT, &c. 






2 if 


i 


CD 

> 


the Sea. 




Lat. 


Long. 




5cr 












N. 


W. 












Miles 


Feet. 




/ 


/ 




H. M. 


Ft. 


Sr. I'lEHKK [l>. 


1 Fl. cv. -JO s. 


l>0 


210 


Galantry Head 


4G 4G 


.W 9-1 


R('il¥\. succeeded by two White 
ones. IJui'ing a fog 2 guns are 
llred at intervals of 3 minutes 
ev. 2 hours from G a.m. to (ip.m. 
Obscured on the north by the 
bhills ..f St. Pierre. 


8 33 


G.i 


»» 


1 F. 


G 


.IG 


Canon point, 
St. Pierre II arb 


4G 47 


50 9G 


Lights in one N.W. lead in 
mid Channel tiirongh the S. 
entrance. /?('</ light Ivept open 






M 


I F. n<:d. 


3 


■ 04 


N.W. of above 


" 


* 


of Cape Eagle clears the shoals 
off Red Cape. 






Fortune Bay, 


1 Fl. ev. 10 .s. 


2,-. 


408 


Mercer Head 


47 15-5 


55 ' '8 


Visible in all directions, except 






Bnuiet Island. 














when obscured by tlie land, 
when bccaring from liS.lO. to 
South. 






Gulf & River 




















St. Lawrence 




















St. Paul Island 


IF. 


20 


110 


On a Rock, 20 

feet frfun the 
Island 


47 13-8 


GO 8-3 


Obscured from N. by E. \ E. to 
E.N.E. 


8 


5 


1) 


1 Rev. ev min. 


20 


140 


On the S.W. 
point 


47 11-3 


GO 9G 


Bell sounded during a fog, and a 
gun lired cv. 4 hours. Visible 
on all bearings except between 
S.S.E. and West. 






Magdalen Id. 


1 


- 


. 


I'ird Rocka 


47 50-9 


61 9-2 


Pro})o.i<(l. 






(.'ape Kozier. 


1 F. 


IG 


\m 


On the I'ape 

V 


48 51 G 


G4 12 


A gun is lired every hour during 
fog and snow storms. 






Anticosti Id. 


1 F. 


15 


110 


Heatli point 


49 5-3 


Gl 41 '8 


Shown from April to 1st Dec. 
Lighthouse nuist always be kept 
open southward of Cormorant 
])(iint. Visible from N.N W. to 
N.E. by N. Depot of provi- 
sions here for shipwrecked 
Mariners. 


1 


5 


»i 


1 Rev. cv. min. 


1.-J 


100 


S.W. jioint 


49 23-7 


G3 35 8 


Visible from N. N.W. round south- 
ward to 8.E. by E. 






M 


1 F. 


15 


112 


I'lxtrenie W. jit. 


49 -52 -5 


G4 32 


A gun is lired ev. hour during fog 
and snow storms. Dejiot of jiro- 
visions for sliipwreeked Mariners 


2 


G 


I'oint I)E Monis. I V. 


15 


100 


About 1 1 miles 


49 19 


G7 21 9 


De])ot of provisions. 


- 












N E. oftiieiit, 












f'atlier Point, 


1 F. 


10 


43 


On the point 


48 31-4 


G8 27-3 


Visible from W. by S. } S. round 






Itiniiinsky. 














southward to E. ,^ N. From 10th 




















April to 10th Dceendjcr. 






BicyiErrE Id. 


1 Rev. cv. 2nun. 


17 


112 


('cntre, nearly 


48 25-3 


G8 53-3 


A gun lired cv. iialf hour during 
fog and snow storms. From lOtli 
April to loth December. 






I\Kn I.si.kt. 


1 F. /?,'</. 


12 


7r» 


Centre 


48 4 3 


GO 32-9 








<;i;ei:n I.ua.nd. 


1 F. 


i;i 


GO 


On the N. point 


48 3 'J 


G9 25 


From 10th April to 10th Dec. 
A gun lired every i liouv dui-ing 
fog aiid snow storms. 


2 45 


It; 


Br.iiuly l'ot8. 


1 F. 


10 


78 


42 fnis. from 
vS. K. end of 
lalet 


47 52-5 


G9 40 G 


From 10th April to 10th Dec. 


3 


17 



1l 



I 



i>4 



LIGHTS AND TIDES.--B11ITI8H NOKTH AMKHIC'A. 






1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9, 


Name of 
Light. 


No. of Lights, 
Character, &c. 




lleidlt 

of Light 

ahove 

the Sea 


Where placed. 


Position. 


Remarks. 


11. w. 

at 
F.&C. 


tc 
« c 

rr 'r* 


Lat. 


Long. 


cc — 












N. 


W. 












Miles 


Feet. 




O '' 


' 




H. M. 


Ft. 


L0N(; I'lUiRIMS. 


1 F 


12 


ISO 


120 feet W. ot 
the centre of 
Island, and 
320 feet S. 
from water's 
e<lge 


47 432 


09 45 


From 10th April to 10th Dec. 






(Jasi'K Basin. 


1 V. Red. 




20 


O'Hara point, 
Wharf 


48 49-9 


64 31-7 


Only when mail steamers are 
cxpect'jd. 


2 40 


5 


.'^. Traverse 


2F. 


9 


36 


N. E. part of St. 


47 22-2 


70 14-9 








(Light Vessel.) 






32 


Roque Shoals 












Sto.ve I'tix.vk. 


1 Rev. ev. l,|,inin 


13 


68 


300 feet from 
S. pt. of Islet 


47 12-4 


70 21-6 


From 10th April to 10th Dec. 


5 U 


17 


(ia.vM) Isle, 


1 F. 


. 


IGC 


720 feet from 


. 


. 








K.V.MOIKASKA. 








N.E. end of 
Island 






• 






(-'RANK Isi.AXn. 


1 F. 




44 


480 feet from 
W. lit. of Id. 


• 


- 


- 


5 24 


17 


Bei.i.k (_'HA.s.-<K. 


1 F. 


. 


70 


East end of Id. 


. 


- 






► 


8t. Antoino. 


i F. 


10 


DCi 


S. shore 


4l> 39 7 


71 .'{6-2 








St. Croix. 


1 F. 


(■) 


30 


On S. sliore, 
near H.W. 
mark 


40 37-7 


71 44 2 


A small light, to assist in kcpi)ing 
in tlie Chan, for .some distance, 
up and down the river. 






I'.irt Neuf. 


•2F. 


5 


200 
120 


(Ml N. Shore, 
;] of a mile off 
the river 


40 41 8 


71 52 2 


S.W., & ?'.('., nearly 180 yards 
apart. Lights in one lead up 
the Richelieu Channel to the 
light on Richelieu Island. 


8 30 


14 


Platon Point. 


2F. 


12 


1.V2 
130 


On S. side, 1.^ 
miles below 
Richelieu Id. 


40 39-2 


71 53 


S. 72° W. 1(>9 yds. aiiart. These 
lights lead up the Richelieu. 






Hichelieu. 


I F. 


(> 


27 


On centre of Id. 


40 .38-4 


71 54-8 


This light and tl»e lights on Platon 
]»oint are very nearly in tho 
same line of bearing, viz. N. 
73" E. 

To show off Batten des Crondines 






Lauglais Point. 


1 F. 


5 


35 


On S. shore, h 


46 35 1 


71 59-6 














mile helow 






and to avoid Battens Coidin, 














(jreat Chcne 






and as a steering point for 














River 






Richelieu. 






(Jape Charles. 


2F. 


4 


110 


(Jn the Cape 


46 .33- 


72 4-2 


N. 67° W., 80 yds. apart. Lead 
to and from ("ape a la Roche and 
Cai)e Charles, and to answer as 
a steering pt. through P.i<;helieu. 






Orondine. 


•2 F. 


each 


no 

25 


On N. shore 


46 35-8 


72 4-2 


To lead off Cape a la R<iche to 
Levrard. S. 60° W., 1350 yds. 
apart. 


9 


9 


St. Pierre des 


1 F. 


") 


So 


On S. sLori", 


40 30-5 


72 12-5 


To indicate the widest berth off 






Becquuts, 








summit of St. 
Pierre point 






Cape a la Roche. 






Batiscan. 


•2F. 


3 


39 

20 


N. shore, \\ 
miles helow 
Batiscan Ch. 


46 30-3 


72 14 9 


S. 73° W., 222 yds. apart. Leads 
through Levrard, and clears the 
Bature St. Ann on the south, 
and Pouillou on the north. 






(.'iiami'lain. 


1 F. 


4 


30 


N. shore, near 
Champlain Ch. 


40 20 '6 


72 20-5 








Bigot Island. 


- 


• 


- 


- 


. 


. 


Proposed. 






("ape Madeleine 


2F. 


4 


53 


N. shore, 3 miles 


46 23-8 


72 27-3 


S. 00° W. , 200 yards anart. To 
clear Provenche Shoal. 






(Lower Its.) 






33 


helow the Caj)e 














Kaisia. 



Stoiie. 
Valtrie. 



3. 


9. 


w. 


*« §) 


ivt 





M. 



40 



'.>4 



Kt. 



17 



30 



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LIGHTS AND TIDES.— BRITISH NORTH AMERICA. 



;•;■> 



1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


1 

6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


Naiiu' of 


\(i. of Lights, 
Cliar.ieter, Ac. 


■J 


lleiglit 
of Light 

ahove 
the Sea. 


Where placed. 


Position. 


Remarks. 


H. W. 

at 
F.&C. 


0) - 


Liglit. 


Lat. 


Long. 


.2 t. 


( 'ajio Mailolciiu; 

(Ul)l)erlts.) 
Port St. Francis 


•2F. 
2F. 


Mile.s 


each 


Feet. 
31 

12 


N. shore, 2 miles 
hehiwtheC'ajte 
S. shore 


N. 

/ 

4G 23-3 
40 lG-3 


W. 

/ 

72 28 'G 
72 .37-2 


S. 85° W., 235 yards apart. To 

clear Bature Bigot, 
S. 70° W.,. 3240 yds, apart. These 

are very small lights, only 4 ft. 

S(ju;ire. Ueinoved at the fall 

and replaced in spring. 


11. M 


Ft, 


I'diiit du Lac. 


1 F. 


12 


71 


N. shore 


4G 16-8 


72 40-4 


This light in one with the Eastern 
Lt. V. on lake leads u]) through 
the tlredged channel S. 70° W, 






St. Peter's 
Lake. 




















Ivist Lt. V. 


1 F. 





15 


In Lake 


4() l.-)0 


72 42-3 


Shows the turn of the channel at 
Point du Lac. 






I 'u litre Lt. \'. 


1 F. 


t) 


li) 


S..S.E., 2] miles 
from lliviere 
du Loup 


4G ILG 


72 53-3 








We.-itern Lt. V. 


1 F. 


G 


15 


N. side of Chan., 
N.E. by X., 
3 miles from 
Flat Island 


4G !»0 


72 5G-8 








Kiiisin. 


1 F. 


(> 


30 


On the Island 


4G G-2 


72 57-8 








» t 


1 F. 


- 


" 


S. part of Island 


■ " 


" ' 








Stoiu'. 


I F. 


6 


30 


E. part of Island 


40 .^'O 


72 .-)0-7 


Indicates entrance to channel. 






ViUtric, 


•2F. 


"7 


21 
13 


E. side of Id. 


45 52-9 


73 10 


S. 38° W., 320 yds. apart. Leads 
to the Chan, called <'lat Island.s. 






Travel se. 


2 F. 






2A mile.i above 
Contrecanir 


45 40 


73 17 


S. 28° W , 15(10 yards ajiart. 
Leads into La Valtrie Channel 
and Isle Bouchard, and indicates 
the New < 'haiinel ; to be kept in 
line till a Valtrie lights are 
brought . 1 bear. 






J'luiii Tslaiiil. 


. 


. 


- 


, 


. 


- 


Proposed, 






I'epentigny. 


2F. 


4 


30 
14 


4 mile below 
Itepentigny 


45 45 1 


73 20-1 


S. 22' W., 170 yards apart. 
Leads through Cliannel, avoid- 
ing Ponillinon north, and shoal 
on south. 






Bague, 


1 F. 


4 


24 


On the Islet 


45 44-2 


73 26-2 


To indicate the Island, being 
extremely low land. 






St. Theresc. 


2 F. 


4 


• 


On the Island 


45 41 4 


73 27-7 


S. 50° W., 220 yard.s apart. 
Lcadstoentr. thro\igh Vercheres 
Clianne], up and down the river. 






I'liint aiix Treiii- 
Me.s. 


2F. 


- 


- 


W. shore 


45 .S8 4 


73 29-3 


S. 40° W., 000 yards apart. To 
lead up to Longue point. 






Montreal. 


2 F. Rfid. 


4 


38 
2!t 


On the Wharf 


45 30-4 


73 33-2 


Shows the deejiest Cliannel to 
and from the Harbour. 






New Bruns- 
wick- 




















Miscoii Island. 


1 F. It,'(l. 


12 


7!) 


Birch point 


48 1 


04 20-4 


- 


2 30 


."> 


MutAMKiii Bay. 


1 F. 


14 


70 


Eseumenac pt. 


47 4-5 


04 47-5 


- 


5 20 


.") 


Sliediiic. 


1 F. 


6 


1.5 


('lieiie Wharf 


46 14f) 


04 31-5 


Summer season. 






Uichibucto. 


1 F. 


14 


70 


On the head 


45 39-7 


04 42-5 


. 


.3 30 


4 



I 



i' 



f^ ] 



i; 



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LIGHTS AND TIDES.— Bl^ITIHII NOHTll AMKHICA. 



1. 


2. 


1 

3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8 




9. 


Name of 




_^ 


Ifei-lit 




Position. 




H. W. 




No. of Lights, 
Charaeter, itc. 


J3 


of l^iglit 

al)0Ye 

the Sea. 


Where i)laced. 




Remarks. 


at 
F.&C. 


,^.s 


liiglit.. 


Lat. 


Long. 














N. 


W. 








1 


Priuce Fd- 




Miles 


Feet. 




/ 


/ 




H. 


M. 


' Ft. 

1 


ward Island. 




















i 


Bkdkqie Bay. 


1 F. 


7 


1.5 


(ireen's Wharf 


4(5 23-.". 


03 47-1 


. 


10 


15 


/ 


1) 


1 F. 


14 


SO 


Salutation, or 
Seaeow Ilea d 


4ti 19 


03 48-5 


While na\ igation is open. 








("li;ulc)tto Town 


1 F. 


9 


3.-) 


Blockhouse i)t., 


40 11-0 


03 7-5 


- 


10 


45 


94 


Harbour 








VV.sidoof eiitr. 














HlLL-SBOROrOH 


1 F. 


13 


08 


Trim pt., 100 


40 3-2 


03 21 










Bay. 








yds. from S. E. 
pt. of Bay 






• _ • 








(ARnu.AN Bay, 


1 1'. 


14 


80 


Panumre Head 


40 8-8 


02 27-7 


Light should he kept open of 


8 


40 


5 


(Jeorge Town 








• 






Terr.as point, to clear the ree. 








Har1)oiir, S. 














off Cape Bear. 








entrance. 






















Uiolunond Harli. 


1 F. 


8 


20 


Bill Hook, or 
Fishery Id., 
N. side entr. 


46 34-7 


03 42-5 











3 


ra9cui.ii)eque, 


1 F. 


8 


82 


Sandy Island 


40 48-4 


04 2-2 


. . , . . 


5 


40 


3 


N >i.le. 






















Nova Scotia. 






















Pk'touHauboi'r 


•2 F. Vertical. 


11 


c.-) 


S. pt. of entr. 


4.-) 41-4 


02 39 4 


A small 7?fr/ light is seen helow 
the lantern, kept W.S.W., 
clears the E. reefs of Pictou 
Island. 


10 








PicTou Island. 


IF. 


VI 


.■)2 


S.E. point 


45 49-2 


02 30-5 










CapeSt.Geokge 


1 ReY. cv. Amiu. 


'2.') 


.•(.■)! ) 


On the N. .side 
Cajie 


45 52 


01 53-7 










Breton Island 






















Port Hood. 


1 F. 


10 


.-.4 


S, entr. of the 
llarliour 


40 


01 31-7 


lied on N. side, Wh'di' on S. side 


9 





4i 


Sea Woi.k, or 


1 F. 


21 


2ns 


Sumniitor mid- 


40 21.-) 


01 15-5 


To Vessels in dangerous proximity 








ilAKOAKEI'In. 








dle of Lsland 






to the Island the light may 
become obscured by the abrupt 
cliffs on the sides of the Island. 








BlRI> T>U.A\D. 


1 ReY eY. inin. 


14 


77 


Cilioux Island, 
i mile from 
N. end 


40 2;i-2 


00 22-5 










Sydney. 


1 F. 


14 


70 


F'itpt.,E. side 
of S])ani.sh l^ay 


40 10 2 


00 7-4 


■ 


8 


15 


5 


Flint Lsland. 


1 Roy. cy. ]."> s. 


li 


0.-, 


On the Island 


40 111 


59 45-8 


Visible round the compass. 








SCATARI Lsi^WD. 


] Fiev CY. niin., 
(lark 4 "li'L 


15 


1)0 


N.E. point, on 
Trap Rock 


40 2-2 

1 


59 40-3 


The light should ncYer be brought 
to Ijcar to the eastward of N.N. E. 
or to the southward of S.S.W., 
nor a|iproaelied Learer than 1^ 
miles. A signal gun. 








LoiISBIRO 


1 F. 


u; 


85 


.V. side of entr.. 


45 54-6 


.59 57-' 


- - - . - 


8 





5 


Hakbouk. 








(JO fathoms in 
■shore, onlight- 














Nova Scotia. 








lu)use jwint 


* 












t/A.Nsu <ii r. 


' F. 


18 


Ih 


V. entr., W. 
side, 120 yds. 
in shore 


4.-J 41-7 


01 29 


e r eis gowl anchorage under the 
light, with the wind off 8h')re. 


9 


15 


4 


«t 


2 F. H(jrizontal 


8 


2,5 

each 


S. entr., likldy 
jwint 


4.") 31 5 


61 14-7 


8 yards apart. 









NaT 

Lii 



(Jnysbo 
(■'liedi 
Bay. 

(!kee.v 

.\KniiA 
Mada 

Oanso ( 



White' 
Beayer 



Egg IsU 
Halifa: 



Sambho. 

LrXENR 

■^• 

(,'APE LI 

Metwav 

' LlVERI 

Little I 

ruigge( 
Harb 

iSiiKi.ni 
Ha I! I 

i'oKT L 

r.M'K s 

Tusket 
I'llbllicc 



8. 


9. 


FT. W. 


•ss, 


at 




V. &. ( '. 


McT 



n. M. ' Ft. 

10 15 7 
10 45 94 



8 40 



(') 



40 



10 



8 15 



S 



!t 15 



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LIGHTS AND TIDES.— BRITISH NORTH AMERICA. 



: 



97 



1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


Name of 


No. of Lights, 
Character, &c. 




Height 
..f Light 

above 
tlie Sea. 


Where placed. 


Position. 


r;E.MARK,S'. 


H. W. 

at 
F.&C. 


a, a 


Light. 


Ajiit. Long. 














N. 


W. 












Miles 


Feet. 




' 


o / 




H. M. 


Ft. 


(iuysboro'ITarb., 


1 F. 


8 


. :«) 


\V^. side of entr. 


45 22-8 


61 29-2 


. 


8 20 


6.1 


('he(lal)iiL'ti) 








near Peart ])t. 












Bay. 




















(Jkkkn Isi..\Nn. 


1 F. 


14 


70 


- 


45 28-8 


(iO ,'53 7 








AlUCHAT HaUI!., 


1 F. 


8 


■•{4 


Marache point, 


45 29 


01 19 








Madame Id. 








S. entrance 












C.\N.SU CaI'E. 


•2 F. Vei-tiual. 


15 


75 
40 


N. iiart of Cran- 
berry Island 


45 19-8 


60 55-5 


In one tower 






White Head Id. 


1 Ilev. ev. 20 s 


11- 


55 


S.W. extremity 


45 12 


61 8 


Flash and partial eclipse each 10 s. 






Heaver Islands. 


1 Rev. ev. 2niin. 


12 


70 


S.E. part of E. 
Be:iver, or 
William Id. 


44 49-0 


02 20-2 








I'^gg Island. 


1 R(-V. ev. miu. 
B<d&, White. 


15 


85 


On Island 


44 39-8 


62 51-5 








Halffax. 


J F. 


8 


45 


Devil Island, 
S.W. part, K. 
entr. to Harl). 


44 34-8 


63 27-4 


Bright Red to seaward. 






«) 


1 F. 


12 


58 


Sherbrooke 
Tower, Manger 
Beach, E. side 
of entrance 


44 .30 1 


63 31-9 


When Sanibro light bears W. S.W. 
this light should not be brought 
to the westward of N., which 
clears the Thrum Cap Shoal. 


7 4!) 


1> 


Sambro. 


IF. 


20 


115 


Middle of III. 


44 2G-2 


63 33' 7 


If a vessel firej a gun during a 
fog it will be answered by two 
from island. 






LiNENRiMUi Bay 


2 Vertical. 


14 


100 


Cross Island, 


44 18-7 


64 9 


Upper Wliifi' 45s., dark. 15s. 






v 


Upjier, Rev. 


8 


05 


E. point 






Here vessels niiglit take refuge 






•V"^ 


ev. iiiin., 
Lower F. 












in case of necessity. 






»» 


1 F 


- 


- 


B.attcry point 


44 21-7 


64 17t) 


On top of white dwelling house. 






Cape le Heve. 


1 Rev. ov. .30 s. 


i;? 


72 


Ironbouud Id., 

S. side 


44 13 7 


64 16 -3 


Near the edge of a clifT 40 ft. 
high. 




» 


Mutway Hofid. 


1 F. 


10 


44 


Admiralty Head, 
W. side entr. 


44 G-2 


64 .32 2 


Looks like a dwelling house. 


7 50 


8 


LiverpoolBay. 


1 Rev. ev. 2 mill. 


K) ' 


72 


Coffin Island, 
S. point 


44 2 


64 37 6 


Briglit 40s., dark 80s. 


7 50 


8 


)» 


1 F. 


7 


30 


Fort poiia 


44 3-7 


64 39 








Little Hope. 


1 Rev. ev. min. 

lif'd. 
IF. 


11 


40 


On Island 


43 48-6 


64 47-2 








IviiKged Island 


10 


44 


Gull Rock 


43 .39 2 


65 5-1 


. 


7 59 


".'. 


Harbour. 




















SlIKI.Iim'RNK 


2 F. Vertical. 


18 


120 


Cape Koseway, 


43 37-3 


65 15-7 


18 yards apart. 


8 4 


7 


llAliliOlK. 




10 


(55 


uear'S. extr., 
Macnutt Id. 












I'oliT LATOrR. 


1 Rev. cv, 40 8. 


12 


4!) 


Baccaro point, 
W. side entr. 


43 20-9 


65 28 2 


Bright 15s., dark 25s. 






Tape Sahuc. 


1 F. Rid. 


12 


5;! 


On the Ca^ ' 


43 23-3 


()5 .37-2 








Tiiskt't River. 


2 F. Horizontal 


. 


. 


Big Fish Island 


43 42-5 


65 56-8 








l'u1)ni('o Harbour 


1 F. 


8 


28 


On Beacli loiiit, 


43 35-7 


65 46-9 


Open westwai'd of St. John's Id., 
bearing N.E. by N., clears the 


9 25 


12 










iS. E. side of 


















I'ntrance 






ledge ; making the harbour from 
any other direction the light 
must be In-ought to the iiortli- 
vard of E.N. E. before it can be 
steered for, to avoid St. Ann 
Shoal. 


i 





^1 



1 



o 



:) 



98 



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» I 



LIGHTS AND TIDES.— lUiTTfSII NOltTH AMKUK3A. 



1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


6. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


NiVIlK' of 

Light. 


No. oi Lights, 
C'haraiter, &c. 




Height 

of Light 

ahove 

the Sea 


Where placed. 


Position. 


Kkaiakks. 


H. W. 

at 
F.&C. 




Lat. j Long. 


.25 t~ 

01 












N. 


W. 










Bay ofFiindy 




Mile^ 


l''eet. 




/ 


/ 




H. 


M. 


l-'t. 


•Skai, Island. 


1 F. 


IS 


08 


K. |)oint, J of a 
mile inland 


4;< 23 'G 


(iG 9 










VAn.MlHTIt, or 


1 Jievev. 1 ,'niin 


20 


117 


E. Cajie, S. i>t. 


43 47 o 


GG 9-3 


Bright I'l mill., dark ,J, mill. 


10 


9 


IG 


C'AJ'EFormni 














Fi)g-l)ell. 








RRVKn Isi.AM). 


1 F. 


ir. 


!»2 


W. point 


44 14-9 


GG 23-5 










I'fter Islaiul. 


2 F. Horizontal 


10 


40 

eaeh 


S. entrauee to 
(Irand Passage 


44 la-.-) 


GG 20-9 


Seen from N. In'tween S. hy W. 
and S.S. VV. ;froni the S. hetween 
N.E. l.y E. and N.N. \'.'. ] W. 








Petite Pnt-aage, 


1 Fl. ev. niin. 


. 


« 


Boar's Head 


44 24';{ 


GG 13 


. 


10 


41 


22 


N. eiitiaiu'e 


A'm/.(- ?I7(/7(. 




















DiciiiY, or Ax- 


I F. 


I. -J 


7(i 


.S. pt. of entr. 


44 41 -G 


05 47 1 




« 






VAror.is. 






• 
















.Miirsliall Cove, 


2 F. 


.") 


00 


. 


44 r)G-9 


G5 IG 


At the distance of ahont 5 miles 








or Port Wil- 






'•7 








it will show a W/ii/i li;;ht, and 








liaiiLS. 














on a nearer a pjiroach n' ;-((-«. 








Margantville. 


2 F. 


.") 


.so 
27 




4,-) 2-9 


G5 4 


At the distant:e of ahout 5 niil-s 
it will show a 117///*' light, iuid 
ou a nearer approach J'ltl. 








Black J!ciik Vt. 1 F. 


12 


4.". 


.S. shore 


4.-) 10-2 


G4 4G 


. 


II 


29 


3G 


FIiinroN. ; 1 F. 


20 


!)2 


On the lilntr 


4;-) G-2 


G4 2 


. 


12 


30 


48 


Hason oi' Minks 1 F. 


i.'i 


7"> 


Hurneoat Head 


4.-> 18-3 


G3 4()-9 










I'artri.lgc Island,' 1 F. 


<) 


37 


VV. .side of river 


45 23 


G4 19 










or Parsiiiirough 




















Aiijile River. 


2 F. Horizontal 


10 


40 


Cape Capstan 
or H.tty i>t., 
N. entranee 


45 2G 


G4 50 


8 yards apart. 








Coliecjuiil I)a_\. 


1 F. 


- 


- 


."^peneer point 


- - 


- - 










Kew Bruns- 






















wick, Bay of 
Fundy. 










































(ililNlPSToNl-. 


I F. 


12 


(30 


W. part of Id. 


45 43-2 


G4 37-4 


Visible from N.E. l>yK. ronndby 
north toE. by S. or .'Jl.-)". 


11 


47 


41 


I^Nr.A<.:K. 


1 F. 


15 


120 


(h\ the pitch of 
the (/ape 


45 .'J5ti 


G4 4G'9 


Visible on the bearing of N.W. 
ronnd south toN.E. (Jrindstone 
Lighthouse, N.l<:. by Fl .' E., 
about 10 miles. 








Qr.\io. 


1 Rev. ev. 20 .s. 

1 


l.-j 


58 


(tn a small roeU 
otr the head 


45 19 -3 


G5 31 9 


- 


11 


35 


30 


St. John's 


I F. 


20 


119 


Pai-tvidge Id. 


45 14 


GG 3-1 


A fog steal. 1 whistle, 10 s. in cv. 








HvKIiOlK. 














mill. A bell-buoy near the E. 
aide of Partii<lgt' Beef. 








,, 


1 F. 


10 


.Si-) 


Beacon Tower 


45 15 


GG 3-1 


Leading light for the Spit. 


11 


21 


27 


LkI'IHOAI". 


2 F. Vertieul. 


l.-i 

1 


81 ! 


( >u the point 


45 3-5 


G() 27 G 


Visible from W.N.W. by south to 
E. by N. 


11 


IS 


24,i 


t'AMJ'oIiKLLO IJ). 


1 F. 


1.- 


(54 ' 


N. pt. of Head 

Hnrliour 


44 .57-7 


GG .■')3-9 










Port .St. Andrew 


1 F. 


10 


35 


N. ](t. of entr. 


45 4 2 


G7 4 


Visible between N.W. by N. and 

S.E. by S. . 








(;i;ani) .Mana.v 


1 F. 


17 


148 


Swallow's Tail 


44 45-9 


GG 44 1 


Visible from .S.V\'. round south to 








IsI.ANli, N.E. 














N.W. 








part. 






















.Ma< IllAS [|)S. 


2F. 


1.-. 


,58 E 
54 VV 


Eafitern Light 14 30 i 1 


G7 G-2 


55 yarilh afiart. A gun fired ev. 
4 h. during fog. 


U 


5 


18 


(iAN.NKT UoiK. I'Uev. ev. 20s. , 12 | 


C6 


Middle Lock 1 44 SO'G 


GG 47 


A gun is lire I to answer .signals 








1 


1 


1 




1 


1 




during a fog. 









8. 


9. 


\v. 


■3?!, 


at 


^•5 


itC. 


!^^ 



u. vt 



](> 



.'id 

4S 



41 



;i(i 



24.', 






UNITFO STATES 



Niime of 
Light. 



No. Ilf I,lL,'lltH, 

(.'lijinvcttT. &u. 



n^'i^lit 
Ilf liiglit 

abovu 
the Sea. 



5. 



Where iilaceil. 



6. 

Position. 
Lat. « Long. 



7. 

Remarks. 



'J. 

FL \V. 

at 
V.lkC. 



9. 



3 ti) 



Wkst Qi;oudy 

Hii.vo. 
Little River. 



Round Tshin(L 
[.,il)l)y Island. 

XlddSK Pkak. 
Nash's Isr.AXD. 



.Narrai'iiai'UH. 



I'l-TiT Men AN. 



Winter Harbour 



MocNT Desert. 
I'. MvEu's Island. 



Bkau Island. 

liass Harbour 

llea.l. 
>>lioon rslaiid. 

East Penobs- 
cot Bay. 

Lilgenioggin 



1 F. 

L F. & Fl. ev. 

M ill in. 



1 F. 



Miles' Feet. 

17 ; \s:i 



12 



13 



1 Rev. ev. 30 9. 14 



1 F. Med. 
1 F. 



12 
12 



1 F. &F1. ev. 2 17 
mill. 



40 



I 

j 0,") 
I "^^ 
i 4.1 

12.1 



I F. 



1 1-'. 

1 V. & Fl. ev. 
1,'^ mill. 



1 F. 

1 F. Fed. 



Iteael 
^VDDI.r.lMCK 

1,i:D(ie. 
Heron Neek. 

Widow Island. 



1 F. 
1 F. 

1 F. Rtd. 



11 



14 

17 



15 

i;{ 



On the Heatl, 
near Fa.st)iort 

On an Island, 
entraiiee of 
Harbour 

Entr. to Maeiaa 
Bay 

On Island, entr. 
to Mauhias 
Bay 

ilistake Island 

F. side of Plea- 
sant River 

8.F. lit.. Pond 
Island 

S. end of Island 



W. 



w. 



44 49 ! ()G 30 -8 



44 39-7 ' (17 11-7 



44 lU-l ()7 21-7 



Fog-bell. 

Proposed. 
Fog-bell. 



H. M. 

i: 12 



Ft. 



Bright flash ev. \ inin. 



37 i iMark Mand, 
I S. iioint 

On the Roek 
OfT Mt. Desert 

Island, and S. 

of entiauee to 

Freiicliman's 

Bay 
On one of the 

Cranlieiry Ids. 
E. side I -I entr. 

tlaut Island 



44 28-4' ()7 31-6 
44 27-8 ; G7 4-1 -.5 

I I I 

44 2/ '3 ()7 49'r) ! Guide to vessels entering Nar- 

I j raguagus Bay. 

44 22 07 r>l •.") There are dangerous ledges from 
2 to .5 miles on various bearings 
: from this light. A Fog-beU. 
4-1 21-7 , CS 4'9| Guide to Winter an<l Mosquito 
Harbours. 



75 
105 



97 
50 



43 58-1 

44 14-4 



44 17'2 
14 lO-.T 



9 
13 

10 



92 



Green Island, , 41 15-8 

S. E. jioint 
Near S.W. end ■ 44 0-8 

of Isle an Hant! 



S. pt.. Green Id. 44 
(Southern Fox 
Island I I 

South Coast ' - 



1 



08 7-4 i Fog- bell. 

08 ll'O Guide til Cranberry Island Harb. 



08 13"0 I Guide to Northeast Harbour. 
()S 23 "0 , (inide to Bass Harbour. 
Building. 



08 27-7 

08 43*2 Dingerons ledges for nearly the 
whole distaneo between this 
light and Carver's Harbour. 

08 51'4,(;uide to Carver's Harbour and 
Hurricane iSound. 

Proponed. 



II 10 



13 



II 



I 1 



{'' 



i I 



n:ti':i: 



100 



LIGHTS AND TIDES.-l^MTKD STATKS. 



1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


6. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


NllllH' of 

Light. 


No. of Lij^hts, 
thuraeter, &e. 




Height 
of Light 

al>ove 
the .Sea. 


Where iilaeed. 


Posi 
Lat. 


;ion. 
Long. 


Remarks. 


H. W. 

at 
F.&C. 














N. 


W. 












.Miles 


Feet. 




/ 







H. M. 


Ft. 


DfiT I,-<Iaiwl 


1 F. 


VI 


52 


Mark Islantl 


44 8 


G8 41-9 


(Juide to Western entr. to Deer 






Tliiii'ouglifiav. 














Island thoroughfare. 






Eaci.k Island 


I K. 


Itii 


IOC) 


On the Island 


u i;{ 


()8 45-7 


(Juideto N.E. entr. of Penobscot 






Point. 














Bay. 






I'umiikiii. 


1 F. 


1) 


27 


C)u the Island 


44 IS'G 


03 44-2 


(luide to Buck Harbour and to 
Edgenioj;gin Reach from the 
westward. 

180 teet apart. A Fog -bell. 






Martinkx's 


2F. 


1.-) 


sr, 


On Rock 


43 47 


08 51 






HdlK. 






(to 














WllITEIIEAD. 


1 F. 


\\i 


70 


On Island 


43 587 


09 71 


Fog -bell. 






Penobscot Bay 




















Owl's Head. 


1 F. 


It; 


100 


W. side of entr., 
Penolisoot Bay 


44 5-5 


09 2 3 


(iuide to vessels passing u]i and 
down the Bay, and to Rockland 
Harbour. 






Biown'si Hiiid. 


1 F. 


12 


;30 


Southern Fox 
Island 


44 ()-7 


(18 .54 -2 


.\t the west end of Fox Island 
thoroughfare. 






Negro Island. 


1 F. 


]2i 


.-.2 


S. side of entr. 
to Caniilen 
Harhour 


44 121 


09 2-0 








Grindel's roiut. 


I F. 


11 


;»» 


N. side, (iilkey 
Harbour 


44 10 '9 


08 50 '2 








I>ii'k's Heau. 


1 F. 


17 


i;{o 


Near Castine, 
W. sideofentr. 


44 22 


08 48-5 








t'oRT Point. 


1 F. 


IG 


lo;! 


Old Fort point 


44 23 


08 484 


Marks the entrance to Penobscot 








1 Pnv. ev. niin. 


i:) 


()G 


N.E. side of S. 


43 57-() 


(i9 10 8 


River, 






'JV'iiaiit Harhour 






li.<L 






Island 












Marshall Point 


1 F. 


10 


.•{i 


On the jKjint 


43 -h) 


09 15-3 


M.'irking entrance to Herring-gut 
Harbour. 






MVNHEIUIN. 


1 Kcv. ev min. 


1!» 


175 


On Islaiul 


43 45-9 


09 180 


Fog-bell. A Fog-bell also on 
Manana Island, one mile west 
of light. 






I rankliii. 


1 F. ruid Fl. .V. 
I.;, mill. 


\-i 


54 


N. entl of Island, 
W. of St. 
(Jeorge'sltiver 
entrance 


43 53-5 


09 22-2 


Guide to vessels bound to Thom- 
aston. 






PEMAQUin Pt. 


1 F. 


14i 


75 


S.W. entr. to 
Bristol Bay 


43 50-2 


09 30 








Burnt Island. 


1 F. 


i;j 


(31 


W. side. Towns- 
end Ilarhour 


43 49-5 


09 38 1 


Guide to Townsend Harbour. 






Ilondrick Head 


1 Rev.ev. iinin. 


ii> 


40 


E. sideof .Slu'ejis- 
cot I'iver's 
mouth 


43 49 3 


CO 41 1 


Guide to Wiscassett. 






IV)nd Island. 


1 F. 


i;{ 


54 


\V. side of entr., 
Keiinel)e(' Itiv. 


43 44 4 


09 45-9 


Fog-bell. Guide for entering 
Kennebec River. 


11 15 


91 


Seuuin Island. 


1 F. 


20 


180 


On Island, oil' 
K.imeljeclliv. 


43 424 


09 45-2 


Fog-bell. 






Casco Bay. 




















Cape Elizabeth 


1 F. 


IT 


i4;j 


On the (Jape 


43 33 •« 


70 11 8 


300 yards apart. Fog-bell. 








1 U. (v. iiiiiL 


17 


i4;j 




43 33 9 


70 11-7 









LIGHTS AND TIDES.— UNITKI) STATKS. 



101 



8. 


9. 


11. \v. 

,it 

V.kV. 


Rise of 
Springs. 



If. M. 



11 15 



Ft. 



o; 



1. 


8. 


a. 


4. 


6. 


6. 


7. 


8 




9. 


Niuiio "f 


No. of LightH, 
Character, kv.. 


1 


Ifoigbt 
of Light 

above 
the Soa. 


Where plauiMl, 


Position. 


Kkmmeks. 


H. W. 

at 
K. &('. 


•9 ^ 


r.ight. 


Lat. 


Long. 














N. 


W. 












. 


Mil.H 


Kci't. 




1 


' 


• 


H. 


M. 


Vt. 


I'liRTI.ANI) 


1 V. 


17 


101 


On the Heail 


43 ;J7-4 


70 12' I 


Fog-bell. 


11 


25 


10 


llAUBOl'll. 






















19 


1 F. IkiL 


8 


23 


N.!']. end of 
Breakwater. 


43 31) -3 


70 13-8 










Wood Islanil. 


1 Rev. ev. iiiiii. 


i;{ 


02 


Near entrance, 

Sa<M) llaiboiir 


43 27-4 


70 19-4 


(jtiide to Winter Harbour, Maine. 








*ioat laluixl. 


1 F. 


11 


38 


N. side. Mouth 
of Capi' I'lit- 
l>oim' llarliour 


43 21 -4 


70 25-2 


Harbour of lefnge. 








Boii.v Island. 


1 F. 


174 


133 


OHYoiU Hull.., 
W. i.artolld. 


4;i 7 3 


70 28-3 










Wiiale'.s Back. 


1 F. and Fl. ov. 
1,^ mill. 


m 


58 


NE. si.le of 
outer entrance 
to Portsmouth 
Harbour. 


43 3 5 


70 41-5 


Fogd)ell. 








I'ORTSMOLTII. 


1 F. 


11 


70 


Inner entrance 
of Ilarijoiir, 
S.W, side 


43 4-2 


70 42-2 


■ 


11 


2.3 


III 


Island ok 


1 It. ov. ,', mill. 


i.-) 


87 


White Island 


43 58 


70 371 










SlIOAl.S. 


Jlcd .f 'W'liilr 




















Nuwbury Port 


1 F. 


13 


54 


S. side of eiitr. 
to Merrimack 
River 


42 48 4 


70 4S'8 


The beacon light will be moved 
as the channel changes. 


11 


oo 


!» 


n 


1 \'\ (lii.acon.) 


5 


25,!s 


Range in front 














l|i.swiclillarl)imi' 


1 F. & Fl. ov. 
1,^ mill. 


12 


40 


S. side of elltr. 
to the Harb. 


42 41 1 


70 45-0 


The beacon light is shifted ac- 
cording as the channel changes. 


11 


20 


101 


)t 


1 F. (Beacon.) 


!) 


20 


Range in front 














.\iuiisi|ii;iiii 


1 F. 


m 


50 


H. side of eiitr. 


42 397 


70 40 -G 


. 


11 





loj 


11. ail Hill r. 








on Wigwam 
jioiiit 














Sti'iiitsiiniiitli 


1 F. 


11 


33 


On bsland, N. 


42 397 


70 35 


A local light for Rockport, and 


10 


57 


101 


Harbour. 








side of Cape 
Ann 


N, 




channel inside the Salvages. 








t Ai'K Ann. 


UF. 


•20 

each 


1(5 -),i, 
each 


On Thatcher's 
Island 


42 38-3 

S. 
42 38-2 


70 34-2 
70 34 2 


2!)8 yards apart. Visible round 
the horizon. liOiiilonur Rock 
S.E. by E. ,', a mile. Fog- whistle 
sounded three times every min., 
and interval between each blast 

149. 








(iliiuci'bti'rHarl). 


IF. 


V.i 


GO 


On the point, 
E. side of 
Oloneester 
Harijonr 


42 34-8 


70 39-5 


Fog-bidl. (iuide to Oloneester 
Harbour, and also to vessels 
bound to Broad Sound, or near 
Boston light. 


11 


4 


1(»1 


J't'ii Pound Id. 


1 F. 


12 


49 


in Gloucester 
Harbour 


42 30 1 


70 3J-G 


Ouide to (iloiicester Harbour. 








Raker Island. 


•-' F. 


15 

i;j 


87 
04 


S. .side of N.E. 
eutr. to Salem 
Harbour 


42 32-2 


70 46-8 


40 feet apart, S.E. and N.W. 
When in range they clear the 
S. E. breakers. Fog-bell. 


11 


13 


10.', 


Marbkhead 


1 F. 


12 


43 


S. side of eutr. 
to Harbour 


42 30 3 


70 1'.'7 


Serves for !Marblehead and 
western eutr, to Salem Harbour. 


11 


30 


12 



I 



' !» 



i 



I 01' 



LIGHTS AND TID ES.-rNfTKI) STATKS. 



1 

Nnm< of 
Light. 



I'gg llock. 



No. nt' l,ij,'lltM, 

« 'li.Hiicti'r, itc. 



3. 


4. 




Mi'l^ht 
ot'l/'^'lit 


> 


tlu' .'^fU. 



\\'lii'ri' |iliiin'(l. 



6. 

I'lwitiipii. 
liikt. Long. 



7. 

I'kmaiiks. 



8. 



I V. Hot. 



Boston Bay. { 

MiMir Li,ii(;i:. ' 1 I" 



IJ'PSt'JU. 



Narrows. 



I.'HIL.' Isl.UllI 

llcul. 

Cape Cod Bay 

1*1 VMul TU. 



I Jtev.i V, \m'\\\. 



I V. /!"/. 



Itauo Point. 



l.oii;' Point. 



1 F. 



2 F. 



MilcH 



1 v.a I'l.ov. 1' 



mill. 



1 F 



Mayo Heach. 1 F. 

i 
Billing.«gat.' M. I 1 F. 



.Sandy Neck. 



1 F, 



Capk ('iii>, I 1 F. 

{fiirlilaiiil.s. ! 

Naiiset Buaoli li F. (rJeacous) 



Chatham Hakii. 

East entrance 
to Vineyard 
Sound. 

Monomoy I'oint. 



2 F 



1 F. 



I.-. 



I.-) 



U 
II 


12 
11 

20 

10 

taul 

14 
II 



Frit. 

87 



02 

W 



eSO 



o;i 

I'aLJi 



;i.-) 



« >ir Nalmnt 



(hitcr Minot, 
( 'olia.sHct Itks. 

N. I'litraiici' f)t' 
liarlioiir, on 
l.ittk' Hriw- 
stiT IhIuiuI 

On till" W. cn.l 
of .Spit, ulircast 
tlic Nmitow.s 

N. 1']. (11(1 of 111. 



4'-» 2(1 



42 101 
42 1!)() 

42 I Oil 
42 ID'S 



(•iiriict |it.,iioitli 42 0-2 
wiili'of ll.'ii'lionr 



N.W. point of 
(.'apu Cod 



W. 

o / 

70 .'tli-R 



70 4.'. '2 
70 .'.'li 

70 r)4 S 
70 .")7 

70 .'t.V7 



H. \V 

at 
F.AC 



42 ;t-7 



On.Slioal, S.W. 42 
t'litraiici' to 
ProviiKctown 
llailinur 



20 
40 

:{;! 

19.-) 

!».! 
each 

70 
eaeli 



Head of Well- 

llect Hay 
N side elltr. 

to Weill!. ct 
\V. sitle of ( ntr. 

to liaiii-italile 



Soawaicl side of 42 

('a|ie ( 'ml 
K. side of ('a))e 41 

( 'o(l, at lOa.st- 

liaiii 
SV.sideoflJail..'4 

on mainland 



42 
41 
41 



lit 

r),-.-8 

.■.2-2 

r)io 

40-2 



70 l4-.'{ 



7(» 0-8 



Moiiomoy Heacli 
S. (Xtieniity 
of Cajie ( 'oil 



70 
7(» 
70 

70 
09 



1-7 

.'J -7 
10-.-. 

56-7 



41 .'j;}-.-) 



09 .")0-0 



09 .-)9-;j 



(luideto Swiunpscot liarlionr. 

F..g.|.el!. 

Fog hell. 



In oni^ with [jong l.sland Head 
lij,'lit Kails clear of Harding's 

Ledge. 



:tl feet ajiait, N.W. (V .S. K. ; serve 
as a range to clear Hrown":-i Itank 
eoniing from sonthwanl aiel 
eastward, and as a guide into 
t'lyniontli, l\ingst(»n, !ind Hnx- 
liiiry. 

I'og-hell, .•MU feet N.N.K. from 
'I'oWer. IServes as a gnide to 
enter Ca])e Cod |!ay. 

Lantern on Low 'I'owcr, Keo]ier"s 
Hwellin^', for local jMirposes, is 

seen fiDiii W lend liar, and 

iiliimincs nearly the entire 
horizon into tin? Harhonr. 



H. M. 



ir)0 fwn at'. •;, N. ..t S. Ahreast 
of 11).-. ;L,'lits the tides divide 
ail' i.i. n I. jijxi.'-ite directions. 

70 f*r^ *t«i-t, N t S. 



This an ' tbe^'ha' i .n lights serve 
t"gni' vessj'lsii. .;oing tiironj;h 
the II rth channel on the south 
side of the Cape, i.ssing N. of 
the H.indk.'rehief a "1 Kishop's 
and I '-'rk's .Shoal. !'his light 
hearing N.W. Ly W. ; '.V. clears 
I'ollock :''ips. 



II 12 



II 19 



II .-. 
1 1 22 



1 1 .kS 



9. 

Ml 



rt. 



II.', 



i.'fi 



10 






I't. 



I I-' I 



II', 



i.r, 



ID 



LIGHTS AND TI D ES.- I'NITKD HTATKS. 



1. 

NllllK' i)f 

I.igl.t. 



8. 

No. rif LiglitM, 
ClllUdlttT, i"tl'. 



3. 



I'm, LUCK Ull> 

(liip{llt\'l'HNl'I.) 



I F. 



Mil.-H 

I-' 



4. 

Ilright 

ullilVl! 
till' Sea. 



Pert. 

4:. 



VVlli'lV |il;l(iil. 



6. 

PtiNitioii. 



I. lit. 



■MIOVKLUr, 

,SiioAi,(Lt. V. ) 



H \ni>ki;(1(1iii;k 

(Liglit N'fssL'l) 

Vineyard 
Sound. 

liaH,N llivor. 

r>i,>ii(ii' .\Nr) 
('i,i;KK'sSii(),vr,| 

."^ui.'fiiiiHessft 
Slioiil (Lt. V.) I 

Il\aiiiii8. 



I rcKANlCK 
SiKiAl, (l.t, V.} 

Naiitinkct. 



I I' 



1 I'. 



1 1' 



1 Uiv. iv. 'mill 



1 b\ 



< 'aj)o Pogo. 

IMgartiiwii. 
HolmL-.s Hulo. 

ft 
Ni.i'Huuf I'liint. 



1 Kl. 

I F. 

1 F. 

2 F. 
I F. 



CV. 10 .-4. 



( Boacoihi) 



II 



10 



8 
14 
II) 

•2(» 



1 F. (lieacoii) 

I F. 

1 F. 

I F. 

(Beacon; 
I F. 



40 



40 



40 
. 40 
170 



Oll'Cliatluiiii, 4 
luil.'H, !■:.', 8. 
I'i'iiiii MiiiHiiiioy 

ligiltllOllMU 



•-••i miles S,.s.\V 
) \V. Irom 

MiiliiiiiKiy |it. 
li.L;lilllollMc 



N. 
41 32 (i 



I,..,,;;. 



7 


3!" 


4 


S 


cAoh 


III 


il 


4G 


5 


10 


i;} 


')'> 


12 


:t7 


12 


()i) 


I.S 


so 



N. sicU> of \'ini' 

yaiil Soiiml 
N. part of .slioal 

nctwct'ii SiR'- 
coiiiicMHct ami 
Hlln'iilge 
iSIio.iIh 

W. point of 
Miirtlui's Vino- 
N.iiil t>laii(l 

Inside tilt' 
Breakwater 

Otf (>o.ss l{i]>, 
N.W. of Naii- 
tiieket 

On tlie r.eaeli, 
N.W. of Marl.. 

Brant point 



< >n ( 'liopp:u|iii(l- 
(lieh iMJanii 

N, side t'litr. of 
Harbour 

West chop of 
llarlioiir 

F.S.E. of iiitr. 

to WikhLs 

Hole Harbour 



41 


;ti!) 


41 


2!)\S 


41 


.•)!l 1 


41 


;i4:. 


41 


.S2 


41 


20-<» 


(1 


:bi 



70 Do 



70 2;i 



70 !»■!• 
70 147 

70 2(;';} 

70 4!t-8 
70 17 
41 21;'; ;o 1 71 



41 17-4 



41 25'2 

41 2;{-4 

41 280 

41 2i;-!» 

41 -Mi) 



70 -y2 



70 2(i-7 

70 29-8 

70 3.-) -8 

70 .'}.")•(; 

70 31) 



Foj; bell, Horn and (iun. diic 
/lid hoiip-iron day mark at 
nia.st-liead. A North eoiiriii' 
from neai' tlii.s veMM'l, if niaib 
j,'ood, will take a vexHcl through 
the Slue in .'I f.itlionm at low 
tidi'M. 'I'lie /)'/(('•/■ biii(\-, di.stant 
i a mile N. by F. trom the 
ve.M.sel, mimt be li^ft on the port 
hand. 

I'' OK ''ell, Horn &i (iuii. (Ine/i'cf/ 
iioop-inm duy mark at masit- 
head. 

Fogbell, Horn and (Jim. Two 
hoopN, I'tliirh, on each mast- 
head. 



(Jiiide to the anchorage inside the 

Breakwater. 
Fog-bell. 

Two lltd lioiips as day ni.irks. 
Foj; bill, Horn and ( inn. 



A roeky slio.il lie.s N.W. \\ mil's I 7 
fi'oni tiie il. A guide to \'inf- ] 
yard .'>ouiiil and Uii/ziird Bay. 

Leading liuiit for llyannis llarb. I 12 
of lu'fii;^'!' (Ill the main land. { 
Course in N.N.H. for the light 

Fog-bell, Horn and dun. \ Htd 
hoop. 

300 feet apart, N.W. and .S, F. 



This Tower, in ranj;e with \an- 
tiieket lieacoii, will clear Black 
l''lat. 

Light shown from a wooden 
house, in fpoiit of Brant I'oint 
Lighthouse, 



H. M 



.\ guide through the .Sdiiml. and 
to Holmes Hole Harbuur. 

Leading mark in 1 u lining through 
N'ineyard .Sdund. 



12 

II 



li> 



4;! 



10.1 



7. 


8. 




H. W. 


ltKMAIIK^. 


at 




1'. >V 1 '. 



9. 

ii.i 



5 in 



Ft. 



3,'. 



1; 






\'- 



H Ml 



104 



LIGHTS AND TIDES.— UNITED STATES. 



If: 



I:m 



ft' 



' 





1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


6 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


Name of 


No. of Lights, 
Character, &o. 




llei-ht 
of Light 

above 
the Sea. 


Where iilacvd. 


Positiim. 


llKMAltKS. 


H. W. 

at 
F. & C. 


^•5 


Light. 


Lat. 


Long. 














N. 


W. 












Miles 


Feet. 




' 


/ 




H. M. 


Ft. 


Tai'iiaulin Cove. 


1 F. 


13 


80 


West side of thi 
Cove nil Naii- 
shon Island 


41 28-1 


70 4.1 -1 


. . . . 


8 4 


'-*;} 


Viiu'viinl Sounil 


2 F. 


•» 


34 


Near the tSow 


41 22 


70 57 


Fog-bell and horn. A dangerous 






(Light Vessel.) 






2:{ 


& Pigs iloeka 






rock lies on the range between 
the vessel and Duniiiliiig light. 






Sow and rigs. 


- 


- 


- 


(^n the Itoeks 


- 


- 


liiiifdiiif). 






NANTfCKK.T. 


1 F. 


14 


70 


(ireat iidiiit 


41 23 4 


70 2-4 


Good anchorage inside the point 
ill easterly weather, in 7 ami 8 
fathoms. 






Sankatv Hk.u>. 


1 F. & n. for 
10 s. ev. niiu. 


20 


150 


S.E. jiart of 
Nantucket 
Island 


41 17 


f>9 57 •0 








Smith Slidal 


•2F. 


12 


44 


Ahont 2 iiiile.s 


40 r>G-5 


09 51-5 


Nantcckct Shoals painted on 






( Light Ve.ssel.) 




ea('li 


each 


S. of the Shoal 






both sides ; two hoii])s, AV;/. 














in 14 fathoms 






A Fog-bell, Horn and (.iins. 






Buzzards Bay 




Ciltt} aur'v. 


1 F. 


12 


42 


S.W. ])((int of 
Island 


41 24-8 


70 5G-6 


- 


7 40 


M 


I>>uii|iling Ivook. 


1 F. 


12 


42 


Uir lomiid Hill 


41 W'lW 


70 55 








t'lai'ks I'liint. 


1 F. 


12 


o" 


W. side of elitr. 
to N<\v Be<l- 
ford Harhour 


41 3oJ 


70 537 








Palmer It^laml. 


1 F. 


!) 


w-i 


111 New Bed- 
ford Harbour 


41 37-0 


70 54-2 








Neil's Point. 


1 F. 


11 


4:{ 


F. side of 
Mattapoisi'tt 
Harhour 


41 39 


70 47-4 








Bird Inland. 


1 F. (flarli ev. 
1 111. 20 s. ) 


10 


;(.-) 


E. side ofentr. 
to Siii]iieaii 
Harbour 


41 40-1 


70 42-7 


A guide to Wari'liani and up tlie 
Bay. 


7 59 


H 


Wiiig.s Neck. 


1 F. 


10 


44 


Head of Bliz- 
zards Bay, in 
Saiiilwii'h 


41 40 8 


70 39-3 


A guide to the head of Buzzards 
Bay. 






Rock Point. 


• 


- 


- 


W. entr.iiice of 
Westport 


- 


• 


Building. 






Rhode Island. 




















Breiiton lUtf, 


2 F. 


12 


no 


Off east entr. 


. 


- 


Fog bell and horn. Name on 






(LigiitVes.i.l) 




each 


40 


to Xewjtort 






each (piarter, black letters. 






in I.'l fatln^nis. 




















Beavkk Tail. 

1 


1 F. 


1.") 


!)G 


S. ]it. of Coiiaiii- 
eiit Island, 
entr. to New- 
port Harliour 


41 20-9 


71 23(1 


A Fog-whistle. 






Narragansett 




















Bay. 




















Lime Kock. 


1 F. 


11 


;«» 


S. side, New- 
jiort Harbour 


■ 


* 


To guide vi'sseja through S. 
entrance. 






tioat Island, 


• 

1 1'. 


11 


x\ 


N. end of Islaiiil, 


41 29 


71 19-3 


. 


7 45 


•>i 


Newport Harl). 








oneiid of Break- 
water 
















LIGHTS AND TIDES.-UNITED STATES. 



105 



9. 



C !ib 

K — 



Ft. 
2J| 



41 



■>ri 



■ti 



1. 

N.anie of 
Li-ht. 



No. of Light.s, 
(_'h;ir;iuter, &c. 



4. 

if Ijight 

iiliove 

the .Soa, 



Dutch Island. 



I'l'lilar Point. 
I'niili'iicu Islaiiil. 

liristol Ferry 



Warwick. 
Nayat Point. 



Point Junrrir. 



Bi.opK Island. 



W All It Hill. 



Moutauk. 



Long Island 
Sound. 

Stoiiington. 

EkL (il!ASS 

SlIOAL (Lt.V.) 

Miiivaii Point. 



North Dunii)ling 

Island. 
Nkw Ijondon. 



BAliTLCTT'sliEEI' 

ll.ight VoHSC'l.) 
l-rni.K (liLL Id. 

Gardiner's 
Bay. 

(ianlinor'.s Id. 
riiuu Island, 



Cedar Island. 



1 F. 



1 F. 
1 F. 

1 1\ 



1 F. 
1 F. 

1 Rev. ev, 15 s. 

1 F. 

IF. 



1 F. & Vl ov. 2 
niin. 



Red. 



1 F. 

1 F. 

1 F. 



1 F. 

1 F. 

2 F. 
1 F. 



1 F. 

I llev. cv. 4niin, 

1 F. 



MiK'.s 
14 



12 
10 

10 

11 
12 

14 

14 



14 



20 



12 
10 

11 

12 
14 

10 
14 

r> 

12 
10 



Feet. 
50 



51 

;io 

35 

54 
.•{1 

07 

05 



172 



50 

:j2 



70 
8() 



28 

;i5 

82 



2i) 
03 

34 



Where [)laeed. 



6. 

Position 
Lat. 



l.ong.' 



7. 

EEMARK.S. 



8. 

H. W. 

at 
F.&C. 



South end 



Near Wickford 
Sandy pt. , E. 

.side (if Island 
N. side of entr. 

toMmint Hojii 

I Jay 
South end of 

Warwick Neck 
I'Jntrance' to 

Providence 

Kiver 
S. extreme of 

Narragansett 

.shore 

N. point of 
Block Island 



W.ntch ]ioijit, 3 
miles S. K. of 
Stoni I J, ton 

E. extreme of 
Long Island 



K. side of entr. 
Near the Shoal 

N. aide of 

Fisher's I land 

Sound 
Fisher's Island 

Sound 
W. siile of entr. 

to Itiver 

'I'hanies 

Near lieef 

.S. sidi', Long 
Island Sound 



On North point 
On W. en<l of 
Island 

Entrance to Sag 



Ifarhour, Ijo: 
Island 



ng 



N. 

O / 

41 29-8 



41 34-2 
41 30-3 

41 38 3 



41 40 
41 43-5 

41 21 G 

41 13-8 

41 18 2 
41 42 



41 190 

41 184 

41 18-9 



41 19 

41 10 
41 12 3 



41 83 
41 10-4 



41 24 



W. 

O ' 

71 23-9 



71 20 
71 17-9 

71 14-G 



71 22-4 
71 20 

71 28-0 

71 34 3 

71 51-2 
71 511 



71 54 
71 507 

71 59 



72 51 

72 7-5 
72 01 



72 8-2 
72 12-4 



15-3 



Oiiido through west channel of 
Nairagansett Bay, and to Dutch 
Island Harhour. 



fiuide through East Channel and 

to Fall River. 
Ciuide to Fall River. 



A rocky shoal (extends .about 200 
yards S. and W. of lighthouse. 

Between and nearly in range with 
Beaver Tail and Block Island 
lights. 

Not visible from S.E. to S.W. by 
S., or 80°, being hidden by the 
Island. To guide vessels clear 
of the low sand poijit. 



Flashes seen from 3 to 5 miles 
further than the fixed light, 
which will be seen within its 
range as a steady fixed light 
between the (lashes. 



Fog hell and Horn. Ship Channel 
to the southward. 



Fog-bcU. 

Fog-whistle sounded at intervals 
of 14 8., duration of each blast 
6 s. 

Fog-bell and Horn. 

Fog-bell ev. 10 s, Marks entr. 
to Long Island Sound. 



To guide vessela through Plum 
(Jut. 



H, M. 



32 



7 30 



9 



9 28 



9 .38 



9. 



o io 



^^ 



Ft. 



34 



24 



3i 



i 



lOG 


LIGHTS 


AND TIDBS.-UNITEU STATES. 








1- 


a 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 




Name of 
Light. 


No. of Liglits, 
1 Character, &c. 


^ 


. Height 

of Light 

above 


Whore placed. 


Position. 


Remark.s. 


H. W^ 

at 
F. & <.'. 






1 - 






1 


> 


the Sea. 




Lat. 


Long. 




ScT 








i 






N. 


W. 










Connecticut 




Miles 


Feet. 


\ 


/ 


/ 




H. M. 


Ft. 




River. 






















Saybrook. 


1 F. 


13 


80 


Lynde pt., W. 
side of Con- 
necticut Kivcr 


41 16-2 


72 20-3 


Fog-bell. To guide vessels into 
Connecticut River. 








Calvea' Island. 


1 F. 


3 


" 


Twomiles below 
Esse.\ Town ; 
• F. side 


- - 


- - 










Brockway's 


1 F. 


3 


. 


Twomilesabove 


- 


- 










i* Heach. 








Essex Town 














1 Devil's Wharf. 


1 F. 


3 




Fourmilesabovc 


- 


- 










1 








Essex Town 














Long Island 






















Sound. 






















Cornfield Pt. 


1 F. 


10 


40 


Long Sand Shoal 


41 13-5 


72 22-8 


Fog-bell and Horn. Square cage 








(Light Vessel). 




• 




S. side, about 
J^ mile from 
centre of shoal, 
in 7.!, fathoms 






day mark, red. 








HoRTONs Point. 


1 F. 


18 


no 


On the ]ioint 


41 4-9 


72 26-6 










Fai'lkner Id. 


1 F. & Fl. cv. 
li min. 


15 


98 


On the Island, 
oil' Ciuilford 
Harb(jur 


41 12-7 


72 38-9 


To guide vessels through Long 
Island Sound, andilear of reefs 
in the vicinity of the island. 
Ship channel to the southward. 








New Haven. 


IF. 


15 


03 


Five-mile point, 
E. side of entr. 


41 14 9 


72 53-9 


Fog-bell. 


11 10 


«1 




»? 


] F. R<'^L 


- 


21 


Long Wharf, 
New Haven 




- 


• 








Stratford Point. 


1 Pev.ev. l^niin 


12 


.'J3 


W. entrance to 
Stratfonl J!iver 


41 91 


73 5 9 


Fog-bell. To guide through 
Long Island Souiid. 








Stratford Pt. 


•2F. 


10 


32 


On Middle 


- 




Fog-bell and Horn. Lt. V. i 








(Light Vessel) 






•1(» 


< hound, in 11 
fiithoms 






mile S.W. uf shoalest part (jf 
reef. Ship channel to south- 
ward. 








Bridgeport. 


1 F. /.'-/. 


(i 




About 2 miles 
.S.W.byW. of 
the. town 


41 91 


73 10-5 


• 


11 11 


s 




Old Field Point. 

1 


1 F. 


13 


07 


S. side of Long 
Island Sound 


40 58 


73 OS 










Black Rock 


J F. 


12 


52 


Fairweather Id. 


41 8-5 


73 12 7 


Black Roek ; Harbour of Refuge. 








Harbour. 






















Katon's Neck. 


1 F. 


17 


142 


E. sicle <if entr., 
Huntington 
Bay, Long Id. 


40 57-2 


73 23 4 










IJoyd's Harbour 


1 F. 


10 


48 


S.E. pt. -fNeck, 

N. side of 
Harbipur 


40 54 9 


73 25-7 










Norwalk Island. 


1. F. & Red VI 

ev. 70 H. 


11 


40 


W. entrance of 
river, anil \V. 
end of Island 


41 2-9 


73 24-8 


To guide vessels through Long 
Island Siiund, and into Norwalk 
River. S..S. W. .^ a mile from 
lighthouse is a ledge of rocks. 






\ 


Great Captain 


1 F. 


12 


02 


Near(!reenwich 


40 589 


73 371 










Island. 








p<iint 














Execution Uoeks 


1 F. 


12 


54 


Oil' Sands point 


40 52 


73 43 9 


Fogbell. 









8. 


9. 


. w. 


o tu 


at 


OJ.S 


&(.'. 


.2 - 



M. 



Ft. 



I 1(> 



I II 



LIGHTS AND TIDES.— UNITED STATEvS. 



10( 



Name of 
Light. 



2. 

No. of Lights, 
Character, &c. 



3. 


4. 


^' 


Iloij.;ht 


^ 


of Light 


^ 


above 


V- 


the Sea. 


Y^ 





Where placed. 



6. 

Position. 



Lat. 



Long. 



Remarks. 



8. 

H. W 

at 
F.&C 



9. 



Sands Point. 



Throgg.s Neck. 



New York and 
New Jersey. 

MoNTAUK. 



Grkat West 
Bay. 



Fire Island. 

New York 

Bay. 
Sandy Hook 

(Light Vessel) 



NavesinkHioii 

LANDS. 

Sandy Hook. 



1 llev.ev. imin. 



1 F. 



Miles 
15 



10 



Main Channel 

Beacons. 
Coiiover Beacon. 

rhai)el Hill 
Beacon. 

O.KDNKv'.s Chan. 

Beacons. 
Point Comfort 

Beacon. 
Waackaack. 



1 F. & Fl. ev. 
2 min. 



1 F. 

1 R . :iu. 

2F. 

2F. 
1 F. 

1 F. (E, Beacon) 
1 F.(W. Beacon) 



20 



22 



10 



1 F. 
1 F. 

1 F. 
1 F. 



If) 

10 
10 



12 

12 
14 



Feet. 
53 



CO 



172 



KiO 



1G6 



4.-) 

each 



248 

each 

'JO 



.15 



on 

224 

40 
76 



PI side of entr. 
to Cow Bay 

On Fort Schuy- 
ler, at the S. E. 
jit. of Neck ; 
N.W. side of 
entrance to 
East River 



On E end of 
Long Island 



N. side of Shin- 
necock Bay, 
at a mile from 
the Beach 

E. side of Inlet, 
Long Island, 
S. side 



Six miles from 
Sandy Hook 
and Navesink 
lights, in 15 
fathoms 

S. of Sandy 
Hook 

S. side of entr. 
to New York 
Harbour 

N. ]it. of Sandy 
Hook 

On tlie Bay side 
of Sandy Hook 



VV. 

o / 

40 51-9 73 43-5 



Near the Beach 
Back Station 

Near the Beach 



Near 
aack 



Waack- 
Beach 



40 48-3 



41 4-2 



40 50 9 



40 37-9 



40 
40 



23-8 
2.'i "7 
27 •« 



28-2 

27-8 



40 25-2 
40 23-8 



40 20-6 



73 47-1 



71 511 



72 29-9 



73 12-8 



73 .OS-' 
73 58- 
73 59-^ 



Fog-bell 7 times per minute. 



Flashes seen from 3 to 5 miles 
further than the fixed light, 
which will be seen within its 
ranffe as a steady fixed light 
between tlio Hashes. (See page 
10.5). 



H. M. 
II 13 



1 1 20 



74 



(4 



74 3 
74 3-2 



74 7-8 



Fog-bell and Horn. 



100 yards apart. 

To mark the entrance to and 
ranges for the Channel of New 
York Bay. Fog bell. 

Marks N. pt. of Sandy Hook. 
Fog-bell. 

When obscured by the screen, 
marks the outer edge of the 
bar, and when just clear to the 
northward of Sandy Hook light- 
house, the turning point round 
the S.W. spit into the main 
ship channel. 



Range lights for the Channel 
from S.W. spit to the Narrows 



Range lights from the inside of 
the bar to S. W. spit. 



8 20 



7 29 



u a 
.2-E 



Ft. 
9 



n 



2i 



54 



1:1 



j: , 



\rfWT~ 



108 



LIGHTS AND TIDES.— UNITED i^TATES. 






it'U 



;/ „ 1 







It- 



1. 

Name of 
Light. 



Swash Channel 

Bkaoons. 
Elm Trt'L' Beacon 

New DrDp 
Beacon. 

1'hixces.s Bay. 



Fort To..ii'KrN.s. 



Hoi;i<in'.sPiEEF. 



Newark Bay, 

(N.J.) 

Beroen Point. 



Comer Stake. 
Passaic River. 

Elbow Beacon. 

Hudson River, 

(New York.) 

Stony Point. 



2. 

Xi^ of Lifilits, 
Character, &c. 



3. 



■n 



Height 

.f Eight 

above 

the Sea. 



5. 



Wliere [ilaceil. 



6. 

Position. 



Lat. Long. 



7. 
Bemarks. 



8. 

11. \\\ 

at 

r.*c. 



9. 






1 F. 
1 F. 

1 F. & Fl. cv. '2 
uiin. 

1 F. 
IF. 

I F. 

1 F. Ued. 
1 F. 

1 F. 
1 F. 



West Point. 1 F. 

Esopus Meadows I 1 F. 
Itondout Creek. I F. 
Satigerties. I F. 

Four-mile Point. 1 F. 



(.'oxsackie. 

Stuyvesant, 
New Baltimore. 
Five-hook M. 

Coeyman'a Bar. 

Schodack Chan. 



1 F. 

1 F. 
1 V. 
1 F. 

1 F. 

1 F. 



Miles 
14 
14 

10 
15 
13 

12 



12 



1.3 

10 
10 
10 
11 

9 

11 

10 
10 
10 

10 

10 



Feet. 

18!) 

10(j 

89 

C() 

51 



150 

.38 
.'{.S 
.38 
42 

.35 

.38 

.38 
21 
25 



Staten Island 



Near S. E. end 
of .Staten Id. 

Staten T.sland, 

W. side of 

Narrows 
Otr Tondviiis- 

vilio, on the 

reef 



On a reef of 
rockij oil' the 
])oint, I'ntr. to 
Newark Bay. 

Oppoisite Eliza- 
l)eth Port 

Near the mouth 
of river, New- 
ark Bay ■ 

\ a mi'e N. of 
I'assaic light 



N. 

/ 



W. 



40 .3.3 74 5 4 
40 ;)4'8 74 0-9 



40 30-4 
40 .31) 
40 39-4 

40 38-5 

40 .38-7 
40 41-7 

40 42 i 



W. side of river, 41 
bel.'w West 

pclllt j 

(In ( iee"s jKiiiit, I 41 

\V. si.le 
W. side, op- 

jxisite Esopus 
Opposite tile 

entrance 

Moutli of Creek, 
W. .side of Hud- 
son lUver 
West siilc oi 42 

river 
West side ii| 

main ehanni 1 
East side 
Little Island 
On Culver's, 

i'lat Island 
N. end Poplar 

Island 
W. side. Mull 

Plat lslan<l 



14-4 

23-7 

52-1 

.55-2 

4 3 

18-3 
227 



24- 



74 12 5 

74 2-9 

74 3 

74 8 

74 9-8 

74 73 

74 7 1 

73 58 



Raiifto lights for the Swash 
Channel from outs.ide the bar 
to main channel, above Konier 
Stone beacon. 



To guide vessels to Aniboy, and 
into llaritan lliver. 

To guide through the Narrows. 



H. .M. 



73 
73 
73 

73 
73 

73 



50-7 
.•)0-2 
57-7 
55 '5 

40-7 
47-4 
40-4 



Fog- -,011. 



Fog-bell. 



Stake light. 

Fog-bell. To clear Mud Flats 
on the west side of the Channel. 

Stake light. To clear Mud Flats. 



Fog-bell. 



Marks the bend in the river, and 
may be ai)proached close-to. 

Clears Mud Flats, a'; the mouth 
of Esopus ( 'reek. 

Cuides clear of Mud Flat.s at 
Kondout Creek. 



To guide through West or Athens 
Cliaiuiel. 



Stake light (mast head lantern) 



11 



Ft. 



3! 



I 



8. 


9. 


. \v. 


"s i, 


at 


4) a 


.\'{\ 






■-^c^ 



M. 



Ft. 



LIGHTS AND TIDES.— UNITED STATICS. 



109 



Niimo of 
Light. 



Cow Island. 
Van Wiea Point. 

The Coast. 

liAUNK.d.Vr 
SUOAl.S. 

Absecom. 

DELAWAJIE 
BAY. 

C.U'K May 



Cai'E TIenloi-kn 



Breakwater. 

Biaiiilywino 

Shoal. 
Maiirico Jtiver. 

I'.gL; Island. 

L iTHK Middle, 

or Choss 

Li;ik;e (!.<•. V. 
Mahon Hiver. 
(.'olian.sey. 

r>ninl>ay Hook. 
luiily Island. 

("hristiana Uivcr 

I'oit Jlilllin. 



No, of T^iglits, 
(Jharactfr, 8ic. 






lli'if^ht 

.fLiyht 

al)ove 

the Sea, 



1 F. 
I K 



I IJcv. CV. 10 R. 
IF. 



•2F. (Lt. V.) 

1 Rev. ev. Iniin 

IF. ' 

1 F. (Beacon) 



Fenw 



UK. 



1 R & I'l. ev. 

45 s. 
1 F. 

1 F. 

1 F. 

I F. 

1 F. 

1 F. 

1 F. 
1 F. 

1 F. 

1 F. 



1 V. & Fl. 
2 niin. 



Miles 
1) 

8 



20 



10 

earli 



19 



10 
10 

11 

9 



10 

11 
11 

12 

II 



Where placed. 



Fecu 
21 
15 



Km 
107 



-J.") 
40 



1.V2 



128 



4.") 



47 

40 

4;") 

4.-) 
39 

.fO 
40 

40 

o") 

4S 
28 

80 



6. 

Position. 
Lat. I Long, 



N. 



E. side of river 
W. side of river, 
Ijclow Albany 



South side of 

Inlet 
South side of 

Inlet 



Near Five-fatni 
Bauii, 10 niilfS 
off (J. May, in 
12 fatlionis 

N. side of eiitr. 
to Delaware 
Bay 

S. side of entr. 
to Delaware 
Bay 

In range with 
C Henlopen 
and Brandy- 
wine Shoal 



W. 



7. 
Remarks. 



8. 

H. W 

at 
F.&C 



light 



.19 45-9 
•Ad 22 

;)3 53-5 

.38 55-8 
38 40-0 
38 47-0 



74 6 
74 25 

74 39 

74 57-3 

75 4-7 

75 4-8 



On ])t'laware 
Bre'ikwater 
On the Sho.ll 

S.W. side of 

Haystaek Id. 

N. sitle of Bay 

W. side of Main 

Shi)i Cliannel 

S. side of Bay 
N. side of Bay 

N.W. end of Id. 
On the Island, 

S. ])oint 
WilnunLtton 



On r 



site thi 



ler, oi)|>o- 



38 47-9 

38 59 

39 110 

39 10-5 
39 8-7 

39 10-3 
39 20-3 

.39 21-8 
39 30 

39 43 2 

39 52 1 



75 0-1 



to 



0-5 



75 1 -8 

75 8 
75 14-2 



75 237 
75 21-3 

75 .30-3 
75 33-8 



Stake light (niastdiead lantern.) 



Fog bell and Horn, Shoal part of 
the bank, 12 ft., lies N.W. i N. 
distant 2.^ miles. 



Large white sanddulls close to 
the lighthouse. 

Approaching from southward or 
eastward to entt.'r the Break- 
water Harboui', after passing the 
Hen and Cliieken Slioals, keep 
the liglit in range with the light 
(m the Breakwater, until shoal- 
ing towards the point of the 
Cape- say jj of a mile— then 
haul up and leave the light on 
the port hand, not less than 200 
yards. 

Fog-bell. 

Fog-bell, 



Fog-bell and Horn. 



H. M. 



7f) 



/.) 



30 9 



12-7 



On the Island } 38 27-1 



10 



Fog-bell. 



Fog-bell. 



8 



9. 



o i£o 



Ft. 



4.i 



^ 



11 



v^ 



Ttp^ 



no 



LIGHTS AND TIDES.— UNITED STATES. 



I*" : 



■h 



<:;. 




1. 

Name of 
Light. 



2. 

N(i. (if Lights, 
Chaiiicter, &c. 



3 



4. 

Height 

>f Light 

iihove 

the Sea. 



ASSATEAHL'E | 1 F. 

Island. * I 



: Miles 
14 



Hog Island. 

CHESAPEAKL 
BAY. 

C Chakles. 



1 F. 



1 F. & Fl. ev. 
mill. 



13 



Cape Henry. 1 F 



Hampton 
Roads, &c. 

Willoughliy .Spit 
(Light Vesael.); 



2F 



Old Point Co'i>- : 1 Y. 
fort. 



Craney Island. 



1 F. (Beacon.) 
1 F. 



Naval Hospital. \ 1 F. 

James River. 

White .Shoal. : 1 F. 



Point of Shoala. 

Deep Water 

bhnais. 



1 F. 
I F. 



Jordan's Point, i 1 F. 



('herrysti^ne 1 F. 

Inlet. I 



11 



11 



13 



9 
9 


10 

11 



Feet. 
66 



Where placed. 



6. 

Position 
Lat. 



Long. 



7. 

Eemark.s. 



8. 

IL W. 

at 
F.&C. 



About 2 miles 
from S. W'. pt. 
of Island 



60 On the W. pt. 
of the Island 



21 I 160 



17 , 129 



N. I W. 

0/0 / 

37 54-6 ! 75 21 1 



37 23-3 75 41-6 



The centre of Winder (Quarter 
Shoal hears F. by N, J N., distant 
1 1.^ miles; and the Chiiicoteague 
Shoals from the southward to 
E S. E. , about 5 miles from 
the lighthouse. 

Guide to coasters, and for entering 
the Great Matchepungo Inlet. 



N.E. end of \ 37 
Smith Island ; i 
N. entrance to 
theC'hesai)eake 



7-9 75 53- 1 



S. side of cntr. 
to the Chesa- 
peake 



36 55-5 



76 2 



48 
35 

48 



21 
51 



37 0-1 I 76 14-8 
t 
76 181 



27 
27 
27 

3.> 

3() 



S. side of entr. 

to Hampton 

Koads 1 

N. side of entr. toi 37 

Hampton lids. I 

and James 

Hivcr 
S.W. point 37 



W. side of entr. 3G 53-3; 76 20 
to Elizabeth 
Kiver, luuir ; 
Norfolk I 

On tlie Wharf, 30 50 '8 
! Wa.shingtou i 
I point I 

j Below San.ly 37 1*4 
i point 

'' On the point of | 37 3 '8 
! Shoala j 

I On the Shoal, ; 37 8-2 
I starbo.ird side,! 
going up 



On the point, 
port side, going 
uj> 

W. side of entr. 



37 18-7 
37 15 



j76 


18-0 


76 20 


76 


17-8 


76 


;!i-5 


70 


39 2 


76 38 


77 


131 


76 


1-8 



Fog- bell and Horn. 
Fog-bell. 



To guide to the anchorage inside 

Hampton Bar. 
P^og-bell and Horn. 



H. M. 



Fog-belL 
FogbelL 
Fog-bell. 



45 



40 



8 17 



2 11 



9. 



S, 



o 

(1) c 

.2'E 
"a 



Ft. 



• Many of the Lighthouses from Assateague Island southward, during the late war, were destroyed, or their lights extinguished. 
These in many instances have since been restored, and the process of re-Ughtlng the remainder is gradually taking place. 



8. 


9. 


. w. 


•S 8) 


at 


(u a 
to 'r 


&0. 




M. 


Ft. 



45 



7 40 



8 17 3 



. 4 



11 3 



LIGHTS AND TIDES.— UNITED STATES. 



Ill 



IngulBhed. 
g place. 



1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


Name of 


No. of Lights, 
Character, &c. 


>. 

+» 

^ 


Height 

ofLight 

above 


Where jilaced. 


Position. 


nEMAl:K.S. 


H. W'. 

at 
F.&C. 


•3 a, 


Light. 








O 






the Sea. 




Lat. 


Long. 




«r^ 












N. 


W. 












Miles 


Feet. 




O / 


/ 




n. M. 


Ft. 


Hack River, 


1 Rev cv. limin 


10 


;i5 


S. side of entr. 


37 5 2 


76 15-9 








York Spit 


2F. 


9 


40 


Off the Spit 


37 12 


76 13-7 


Fog-bell and" Horn. 






(Light V'jHHcl.) 




















New Point Com- 


1 F. 


13 


CO 


N. sideo^'enti'. to 


37 18 


76 16-4 








fort. 








Mob jack Uay 












Wolftrap Shoals 


2F. 


10 


30 


Between the 


37 23-3 


76 10 


Fog-bell and Horn. 






(I^ight Vessel.) 






38 


York k l?ap- 
pahannock 
llivers, E. side 
of Shoi>,l 












Stingray Point. 


1 F. R.d. 


7 


36 


S. side of Rap- 
pahannock 
River 


37 33 


76 161 








Windmill Point 


1 F. 


10 


34 


S.E. part of 


37 34-8 


76 11-5 


Fog- bell and Horn. 






(Light Vessel.) 








Shoal, N.side 
of entrance to 
Rappahannock 
River 












Watt's Island. 


1 F. and Fl. 


12 


40 


S. end ; E. side 
of Tangier 
Sound 


37 46 -9 


75 53-3 








Jane Island 


1 F. 


16 


30 


Off the Tail of 


.37 o7-6 


77 55-4 


Fog- bell and Horn. 




• 


(Light Vessel.) 


' 






Jane Bar, 
Tangier Sound 












SMi.. Point. 


2F. 


10 


35 


S.E. sideof tntr. 


37 52-7 


76 101 


Fog-bell and Horn. 






(Light Vessel.) 






31) 


to Potomac 
River 












Fug Point. 


I F. 


10 


30 


On Smith Id., 
opposite the 
entrance to 
Potomac River 


38 2 1 


76 2-2 








Clay lslai>d. 


1 F. 


10 


36 


Entrance to 
Naitticoke 
River 


38 13-9 


75 58-1 








Lookout Point. 


1 F. 


10 


37 


N. side of entr. 
to Potomac 
River 


38 2-3 


76 19 




12 .58 


•J 


Hooper's 


1 F. 


10 


34 


In the Channel, 


38 13 


76 5 


Fog-bell and Horn. 






Straits 








betwp.a 












(Light Vessel.) 


• 






Hoo]ier's and 

Ooldsboro' 

Islands 












Cove Point. 


1 F. ar.d Fl. ev. 
1 4 niiu. 


11 


46 


Four miles N. 
of entninee to 
Patuxent 
River 


38 23-1 


76 22-6 


Fog-bell. 

• 






Sharp Island. 


1 I'-. 


10 


41 


N. pt. of Island, 
entrance of 
Choptank 
River 


38 377 


76 21-9 








Thomas Point. 


1 F. 


12 


03 


Four miles S. 
of entrance to 
Annapolis 


38 54-4 


76 26-9 








iiieonbury Point 


I F. 


11 


50 


N. side of entr. 
to Annapolis 


38 58-5 


76 27 








Sandy Point. 


1 F. k Fl. ev. 
1.^ mill. 


12 


50 


On the point 


39 1 


76 23 5 


Fog-bell. 







112 



LIGHTS AND TIDES.— UNIT KD STATES. 



1.1 



t»'.- 



yv 



i-ii 



m\ 



1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


6. 


6. 


7. • 


8 


9. 


Nniiie o( 


No. of Light.f, 
Chaiacter, ite. 


'35 


Heitrht 

of Ijiglit 

above 

the .Sea 


AVHiero i)lace(l. 


Position, 


Remarks. 


H. W. 

at 
F.&C. 




Light. 


Lat. Long, 












N. 


W. 








Patapsco 




Miles 


Feet. 




/ 


/ 


• 


H. M. 


Ft. 


River. 




















Sown Kdot 


1 F. 


11 


4.3 


Fntranee to 


39 9 2 


70 24 1 


Fopf-hell ; Fog-horn sounded ev. 


8 


n 


KiK.ll. 


. 






Patai>.scol{iver 






r> mill. 






North Point, 


2 F. 


10 


42 


N. side of the 
entrance to 
Pataiiscoliiver 


;{9 iir> 
:{9 11-8 


70 20 2 
rO 2ti(> 


To range with main cliannel. 






Fort Carroll. 


1 F. 


10 


7r. 


On the Fort, 


.S9 12vS 


70 .30 9 


Fog-bell. To guide vessels clear 
of Fortification Works. 














Pata|iseo Uiver 










Lazari'tto Point. 


1 F. 


10 


3.-. 


X. si.le of Bal- 
timore Harh. 


39 l.^>-7 


70 34 


- 


59 


H 


Upper part of 




















Chesapeake 




















Bay, & Sus- 


















' 


quehanna 




















River. 




















E'ool Islaiul. 


I F. 


10 


3.-) 


Oflf the mouth 
of (inniiowder 
Jtiver 


.39 17-4 


70 LV7 


Fog-belL 






Turkey Point. 


1 F. 


12 


(5.") 


OntheBluirPt. 
seiiaratingthe 
Klk ;ind Sus- 
(luehanna 
Rivers 


39 2(i-9 


70 0-2 








Fi.shing Batterj*. 


1 F. 


10 


3(i 


On the Battery 


.39 29-0 


70 4-7 


• 






Havre de (J race. 


1 F. 


10 


40 


Concord iioint, 
entrance of 
Su.siiuehanna 
Biver 


.39 32 4 


70 4-8 








Potomac 




















River. 




















Piney Point. 


1 F. 


10 


3.-) 


E. side of Poto- 
mac I.'iver, 
ahout 14 miles 
N.W. of eiitr. 


38 8 


70 31 5 








Blackistone Id. 


1 F. 


11 


40 


Near tlie entr. 
of I'lement 
Bay 


.38 12-4 


70 44-4 








Low Cepar Pt. 


1 F. 


8or 


2'' 


Between Cedar 


38 21 


77 OS 


Fog-bell and Horn. 






(Liglit Vessel. 




9 




and Yates jit. , 
Potoin.ic Uiver 












Upper Ck.dar 


IF. 


8 or 


28 


O])j)osite the 


38 24 


77 Sf) 


Fog-bell and Horn. 






Point (Lt.V.) 




9 




Month of To- 
bacco River 












Fort Washington 


1 F. 


(> 


. 


On the Wharf 


,38 43 4 


77 12 


- 


8 10 


34 


Jones' Point. 


1 F. 


10 


3,-) 


Near Alexan- 
dria 


.38 47-4 


77 21 








Rappalianock 




















River. 




















Bowi.F.K Hock 


1 F. 


i) 


. 


• 


37 49-2 


70 43-3 


To clear the Rock. Fog-bell and 






(Light Vessel. 1 














Horn. 






THE COAST. 




















B0IJIE.S LSLAND. 


1 P.ev. ev. 14 
nun. 


I 


90 


1.^ miles S. of 
an Inlet 


35 47-3 


75 31 7 









('Al'l-. L 



8 

. vv. 






9. 






1. M. 
8 



f)9 



Ft. 
11 



li 



8 10 



34 



LIGHTS AND TIDES.— UNITED STATES. 



113 



1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


6. 


e. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


NilMIC ()f 


No. of Ligiits, 
( liarauter, &c. 


'b 


Heiu'llt 




Position. 




H. W. 


•^ 5, 


:3 
> 


ofliight 

ahove 

the Sea, 


Where i)lace(l. 




Rem AUKS. 


at 
F.&C. 


^■2 


Light. 


Lat. Lctng. 




~ 










N. 


W. 


• 










Mile.s 


Feet. 




' 


/ 




H. M. 


Ft. 


Cai-k Hattkiias. 


1 R ev. los. 


■_M) 


L-.0 


Aliont 2 miles 
N. oftheextr. 
of the Cape 


35 15- 1 


75 30 9 


Very dangerous Shoals lie in a 
south-easterly ilirection, distant 
9 to 10 miles from the light, with 
9 feet w.'iter on them. There is 
a llasn of s. duration followed 
by an eclipse of 9 a. in ev. 15 8. 
of time. 


7 4 


'-•4 


»» 


1 F. (P.eaeon.) 


G 


25 


500 yarils from 
extremity of 
point 






• 






OcKAflOKE. 


IF. 


15 


75 


Near the entr. 
to the Inlet, 
about 23niiles 
from Cape 
Hatteras 


35 C;5 


75 .VS'9 




7 4 


. 2i 


Pamplico 




















Sound. 




















Kiiyal .Shoal 


1 F. 


11 


\\\ 


Ou S.W. point 


- 


- - 


Fog-horn. 






(Li^jht Vessel.) 








of Shoal 






* 


• 




Woyal Shoal. 


1 F. & Fl. 


11 


33 


OiiN.W. point 


- - 


• - 


Fog-horn. 






Hailioiir Island 


1 F 


10 


34 


On Bar of Id., 


- 


- 


Fog-bell and Horn. 






(iii^'ht Vessel.) 








l)etw(!en Pani- 




















plioo and Core 
Sounds 












Hiant T-slanil 


1 F. 


11 


41 


fn southern part 


- 


' - 


Fog-bell. 






Shoal. 








of Pamplico 
.Sound 












Neiiso River. 


1 F. 


11 


41 


(Ml Fast .nil of 
Piney iioint 




- 








r'aiiililico Point. 


I F. 


n 


37 


.S. side of Pam- 
[dico Iviver 


35 19 '4 


70 31-3 








Long Shoal 


1 F. 


11 


4(> 


F. i>t. of Shoal 




- 


Fog-bell and Honi. 






(Light Vessel.) 




















IJoanoke 


1 F. 


11 


33 


Midway in tln' 


- 


- 


Fog-horn. 






Marshes. 








Chan, connect- 
ing Pamplico 
anil (Jroatan 
Sounds 












Croatan. 


1 F. 


10 


37 


15etween 
Croatan and 
Albemarle 
Sounds 






Fog-bell and Horn 






Albemarle 




















Sound. 




















Waile Point, 


1 F. 


10 


31 


\V. side, Pas- 


- 


- 


Fog-bell and Horn. 






extremity of 








(juotank Liver 












the Slioal. 




















UoANoKK KlVKi; 


I v. 


11 


41 


Near its entr. 




• 


Fog-bell and Horn. 






(LightVe.ssel.) 




















<'.\n.: T K oi T. 


1 F. 


22 


l.-ifi 


Near the extr. 
of the Caiie 


34 37-3 


70 31 1 








line IK 1?ANK,S, 


•2F. 


10 


50 


200 yds. bi'hind 


34 41-7 


70 40-5 


Shifted as the channel changes. 


7 26 


31 


HkAI FOIIT 




each 


30 


Fort Macon. 












Harbour. 








the other | of 
a mill' in front 






t 

! 







m^ 



114 



LIGHTS AND TIDES -UNITKD STATES. 



\f 



ill 

:. 1 



1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


0. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9 


Name of 
Liglit. 


No. of Lii,'lits, 
(.'liaraeter, &c. 


'7. 


Heiglit 

of Lij;lit 

ahove 

the Sea. 


Where placed. 


Po.«ition. 


Rkmahks. 


II. VN . 

at 
F.&C. 


•^s, 

H 

^-/7 


Lat. 1 Long. 












N. 


W. 












Miles 


Feet. 




/ 


O ' 




H. M. 


Ft. 


Federal Point. 


1 F. 


\2 


40 


N. side (1 1 Inlet 
to Cape Fear 
Uiver 


33 581 


77 54 9 








Frying-jmn 


2F. 


12 


40 


In 10 fathoms, 


33 35 


77 50 


Fog-liell anil Horn. Never go 






blioaUlLt. V.) 






each 


one lii'le lie- 
yoiidtlieonter 
siioal of KSft. 






into less than 15 fathoms. A 
day mark, hluck, on each mast. 






Oapk Ff.ak. 


1 F. 


16 


177 


On H.ild Head, 
E. Kiileofentr. 
to Cape Fear 


33 52-3 


77 598 


..... 


7 20 


5 


* 








Uiver ;4mili'8 
from the jiitch 
of the < 'ape 






• 






Cape Fear 














• 






River. 




















Oak l8lan<l. 


2F. 


9 

each 


.37 
27 


On Island, .S. of 
Main Channel 


.33 53-4 


78 1 -6 


Foghell, 






Price's Creek. 


2F. 





2.-) 


Entranei' of 


33 50 1 


77 59-2 








. 


* 


each 


3.-. 


Creek, VV. Bank 












HoilSE-SnoK 


1 V. 


10 


43 


hetwei'ii New 


33 50-3 


77 57-4 


Fog-bell ami Horn. 






( Light Vessel. ) 








Inlet and 
Price's Creek 












Campbeira 1,1. 


1 F. 


9 


2.-) 


On .S. VV. corner 
of Island 


34 G-0 


77 50 








Horton's Point. 


1 F. 


9 


22 


\V. 1'.. ink of (.'ape 
Fear Uiver 


.34 3-4 


77 50 2 








Upper Jetty 


2 F. 


8 


42 


E. side of Cajie 


.34 12vS 


77 5()3 


207 yards .^jiart. The rear one is 






Kange. 






(I.") 


I'ear liiver, .'f 
miles hi'low 






a beacon, open framework. 








1 F. 


11 


s.-. 


Wilmington 
S. endofN. I.l. 


3.i 13-3 


79 l(»-9 




8 40 




Geoiu;kt(j\vx. 


■u 










K. side of elltr. 




















to I'edte Hiver 












Fort Point. 


1 F. 


9 


.•{4 


( hi the l>oiiit 


.3.3 21-3 


79 12 3 








Cape IIomain. 


1 I'ev. ev. mill. 


23 


IjO 


On liac<'oon Key. 
miles from 
the extremity 
of the shoals, 
off the ( 'ape 


.3.3 11 


79 22 "2 


The old tower stands near the new 
tower. Its elevation is 05 feet, 
and it is jiainted with rtd and 
irfiite stripes. 






Bull Bay. 


1 F. 


11 


35 


N. end of Bull 
Island 


32 55 '3 


79 337 




7 If, 


■' 1 


Rattlesnake 


'2F. 


12 


14 


Opposite N. end 


.32 44 1 


79 43 '6 


Fog bell and Horn. Two black 






Hhoals (Lt.V, 




each 


each 


ot Sullivan Id. 
in fathoms 






oval day marks at the mast head 






CnARLE.ST()N. 


1 I'. 


20 


l.T! 


On Morris Id., 


.32 41 9 


79 ,52-5 


These lights in line are a mark 








1 v. (Beacon.) 


10 


T'l) 


and W. side of 
Shi]) ( 'lianiiel 






for crossing the bar in the 
deeiiest water. 






Suliivau Island 


'2 V (Deacon:^. 


10 

each 


4.-. 
50 


On Sullivan Id. 


.32 40-8 
32 45-5 


79 51 3 
79 51 -2 


To guide over Charleston Bar. 






Fort Sumter. 


IF. 


10 


57 


Cliarleston 
Harbour 


.32 45 1 


79 52-2 









.>;l|)<>r 



8. 


9. 


11. w . 


C tu 


at 





IT. M. 



Ft. 



8 40 



LIGHTS AND TIDES.— UNITED STATES. 



115 















• 






1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


6. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


Xanio of 


No. of Lights, 
rhurauter, SiC. 




Height 

of Light 

above 

the Sea. 


Where placed. 


Position. 


BkMAKK!!. 


H. W. 

at 
F.&C. 


S-9 


higlit. 


Lat. Long. 














N. 


W. 












Miles 


Feet. 




/ 


o / 




H. M. 


Ft. 


TaKtU' Pinckney. 


1 V. Red. 


!'■ 


oO 


Charleston 
Marl ion r 


32 40 4 


79 54 4 


• 


7 26 





Hattery 


1 V. 1 Beacon. ■ 


■ 


4-) 


F. end of 
(liarleston 
Hattory 


" 










Ffuutiug. 


1 Rev. ev. A min. 


17 


108 


N. pt. of Island 


32 24 3 


80 24-7 


The main light, beacon, and outer 
buoy of tlie Slough are all in 






































lino, bearing S. 77° W. by 




















eonipass. 






«» 


1 F. ( Beacon 1 


•• 


39 


- 


- 




To range with main light. 






( 'ainliiilii'c IViiik 


I F. 


10 


.SO 


( »ir the shoal 


. 


- 


Fog-bell and Horn alternately ev. 






I Iiij,'litV'iM.si'l. ) 


■ 












5 min. 






M;irtin Industry 


2 F. 


12 


44 


15 miles eaat- 


32 .'••5 


80 35 2 


Fog-bell and Horn. 






(l,ii,'ht\'tsi«el. 1 






caeh 


wanl of Tyhee 
light 












( 'lllillOfillO 


1 F. 


10 


.30 


In the Sonnd, 


- 


■ 


Fog-bell and Horn. 






^l.igl.tVis.,(l 1 








in 4i ithonis 












TvitEE. 


1 F. 


It; 


108 


N.E.endof'ryhee 


32 1 -3 


80 50-5 


Beacon light I mile K. of main 








1 F. (Beacon.) 


12 


02 


Island, and .S. 
side of entr. to 
Savannah 
Itiver 






light. 






Savannah 




















River. 




















Tyliit' Knoll 


1 F. 


10 


40 


Oil thr Knoll, 


- 


- 


Kog-bell and Horn. 






(Light Vessel. 1 








N. of Island 












('ockspnr Island 


1 F 


9 


2.-) 


Ou a Knoll con- 


.32 1 -4 


80 52 G 








Hiacon. 








nected with 
Fast end of 
Lland 












OystiT B,; Is 


1 F. . Red. 


9 


3.") 


On the Beds, 


.32 2-4 


80 53-5 


Fog bell. 






IWacon. 


• 






i>])j)osite Cock- 
sjinr Island 












1 lu; I.sland 


1 F. 


9 


20 


On E. end of 


32 4 9 


81 3-5 


Fog bell. 






iV'aoon. 








Island, Savan- 
nah Hiver 












Saviiiinah Bay. 


I F. Red. 


9 


77 


E. end, in 


- 


- - 


A gas light on an iron shaft. 


8 13 


74 




1 F. & Fl. ev. 


14 


74 


Savannah City 
S. end of inland 


31 23 5 


81 lG-9 








Sajielo Island. 






40 8. 






and N, side of 
entrance to 
Doboy Sonnd 






The lights in one lead ' 


• 
7 33 


n 




( F. (Beacon.) 


11 


,-)() 


In front or sea- 


31 23-4 


81 10-8 








1> 








ward of the 
former 












Wolf Ish-vnd 


2F.' 


9 


25 


Near N. end of 


31 21 


81 lG-5 








licaconH. 




each 


15 


Island 












Si. Simon's. 


IF. 


14 


80 


South end of Id, 


31 8 


81 23-4 


- 


7 43 


8i 


l.rni.F. ClMIiF.K- 


1 F. 


14 


70 


S. side of entr. 


30 58 -G 


81 24 G 








i.ANi) Island. 








to St. Andrew 
Sonnd, and the 
Santilla Hiver 
















I . 



110 




LIGHTS AND 


riDES.-rNiTi:]) statks. 






1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


0. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9 


Xanie of 
Light. 


N f |j),'lltM, 

C'liaiai'tiT, &u. 


3 

> 


Height 
of Light 

aliove 
the Sea. 


When' placed. 


Position. 
Lat. Long. 


Heiviaukm. 


H. W. 

at 
F. & C. 














N. 


W. 






Florida. 




Miles 


Feet. 




' 


' 




H. M. 


Ft. 


Amelia Imland. 


1 lU'V. ev. li 
mill. 


17 


104 


N.en.lof l.slaiul 
aiiclS.sideeiitr. 
to St. .Mary's 
Hiver 


;m 40-4 


81 20 3 








f 1 


1 F. (Beacon) 


(5 




In front of mam 
light 


■ 


" 








f • 


2 P. (Noith 
Beacons.) 


II 
14 


.'15 
liO 


N. front of 
Amelia Id. 












St. John's 


1 F. 


14 


7'> 


S. side of the 


;io 2;j 7 


81 24-7 




7 28 


.•,1 


River. 








t'ntr. to .Fack- 
soiiville 










t 


I>ame's I'oint 


1 F. 


5 


. 


<»tl' the point. 


. 


• 


Fog-bell and Horn. 


• 




Light Boat. 








ill St. John's 
River 












St. AlOl-.<MNE. 


1 F. anil Fl. i-v. 
li niin. 


14 


tiS 


N. end of .\nas- 
ta.sia l.><land, 
and S side of 
eiitr. to St. 
.\ugnstine 


2<J -ui'2 


81 10 1) 




8 ■.-■I 


.-) 


C'ai'e Cana- 


1 Itcv cv. mill. 


14 


i;r> 


N.F. part of the 


28 27 


80 33 


Dangerous shoals (! and 1 1 .'. miles 






veral. 








Cape 






off, N.K. l.y N. toN.K. "by F. 
.;, F. A "new lighthouse is 
erecting. 






Florida Reefs. 




















J( riiKit 1m Ki. 


1 I-', .t Fl. .'V. 
II min. 


20 


14(1 


Between Jn|iiter 
Inlet and Cil- 


20 .■>5-4 


SO ry] 














i lici : liars 












I'Al'F. 1''loI!IUA. 


1 F. 


IS 


1(10 On .s. )ioint of 


2,-. 39 


80 0-4 


. 


8 34 


i; 










Key Biscayne 












Cauv-sfohi'. 


1 i:cv. cv. :{(> .-i. 


18 


lot) 


On the Heef 


2.-I 13 '2 


80 127 


. 






Coffin I'athiis 


1 F. 


li) 


144 


(Kl' l>ry Bank 


24 ;{7'0 


81 0-7 








audSiiMituLK') 


















Kkv. 




















Sand Kev. 


1 F. (I'Li.-Ii cv. 
'2 mill. 1 


18 


110 


S. W., aljoiit 71 
miles from 
Key '(Ve.st 
Lighthouse 


24 27 2 


81 r)2'7 


It .sliows for the space of 1 min. 
a dear steady ight ; in ev. 
alternate min. there is a brilliant 
Hash of 10 s. duration, ]ire- 
eeded iind followed by partial 
iclip.'^rs of 2."> s. duration. 


8 4(t 


• » 




Key WE.ST. 


1 F. 


111 


oO S.W. i>oiiit of 


24 3.'J 


81 48 1 


Serves to guiile to Key West 


30 


li 


. 








Islaad 






througli tlie difrcrent channels 
acros.>i the reef, and also inside 
of the reef. 






1 1 


1 F. 


12 


40 


N.W. Pa.ssage 


24 .37 1 


81 .'54 


. 


9 10 


li 


DnV TORTIGAS. 


1 1'. 


20 


1.V2 


On Loggcrliead, 


24 37 3 


82 55-2 














1 or S. \V. Kv\ 












Dl'.y 'I'oRTLUA.S 


1 F. 


14 


70 


On Ji tl'erson 


24 37-8 


82 02 


. 


.'iO 


Li 


Hauuolii. 








Fort, (Jardeu 
Key 












EOMOST. 


1 F, 


12 


4.") Eiitianee of 


27 3o 


82 45-2 
















Tampa Bay, 




















on Kgmont 




















Key 













8. 

11. \v. 

lit 
1'. & c. 



7 '-'8 



8 .'{4 



9 

^ e 



Ft. 



8 -1(» 



9 10 
9 5G 



i; 



li 



1.'. 



LIGHTS AND TIDES. — UNITI'.n HTATKH. 



117 



1. 

Name of 
Light. 



No, of rJj^litn, 
CliuructtT, &<•. 



3. 






Ckiiak Keys. 



St. M auk's 
llvitiiorit. 

Dou Island. 



,St. Oeouuk. 
San Blah. 



Pcnsacola 
Harbour. 
['ensacola. 



Mobile Bay. 

Sa.nu Island. 

Mobile Voint. 

Choctaw I'oiiit. 
L'hoctiivv i';i.s8 
Oi'iint'a Pasf.s. 



Mississippi 
Sound. 

ItolND l.SLAND. 



HiLst Pasoagoiila 
Kiver. 

Sun- T.SLAND. 
BlLOXl. 



Cat Island. 
I'assCiikistian. 



I F. & Fl. (.v 
min. 

1 F. 

1 K. L'v. mill. 



I F. 

1 Uyv. cv. 4 
mill. 



1 Kev. cv min. 



1 F. 

2 F. (Beacons. I 

1 F. 

2 F. (Beacons, ) 

1 F. 

2 F. I, Beacons.) 
1 F. 



1 F. 

1 F. 

1 F. 
1 F. 



I F. 
1 F. 



Miles 



14 



ir. 

10 



21 



10 

•I 



9 
II 

;{ 

ouch 




12 

10 

13 
l.'{ 



12 



llt'ight 

>f Light 

aliove 

tiiu .Sea, 



Vrrt. 
I ■> 

4S 



/ 1 



210 



4S 



.31 

2« 

20 
4.') 



51 



51 
(52 



.•{9 
42 



Where |ilaeetl. 



Si'tthorse Key, 



1). Hide of entr. 

F, side of niid- 
dlc ciitraiiec 
to St. (icorgf 
Sound 

On tlie Cape 
On the Cape, 
2 miles from 
the iS. point 



S. side of entr. 
to the Bay, 
near Baraneas 



Three miles .S.S. 

W. (if iMobilo 

point 
On S. and E. 

points 
]']. side of entr. 

to Bay 

.\ little S. of 

Mobile City 
In the Pass 

Op])osite Fort 
I'owell, S. sidi' 
of Channel 



0(1' Paseagoula 
Bay 

At East Pasea- 
goula 

West end 

W. of western 
entrance to 
Bay 

West point 

N.W. of Cat 
Island light, 
t).^ miles 



6. 

I'osition. 
Lat. Long, 

\V7- 



29 OH 

;io 4 4 
29 40-8 



29 .'{,■> -2 
29 39-8 



.•JO 20 8 



;io U ;i 



.•!o i;tvs 



;i() 40- 



83 4 8 

84 lot; 

84 38 fi 



S.") 27 
85 21-(} 



7. 

Remarks. 



8. 

If. w 

nt 
F.&( 



9. 

.l-c 



A reef extends 12 milcH in a Month 
westerly direction from Seahorse 
Key. 



87 17-3 



88 



88 O-.-. 



88 Id 



;jo 17-5 

.•10 21 

.'JO 12' 9 
30 23-7 

.•10 13-9 
30 18!) 



88 .'14 -2 

88 .^•M 

88 57 

88 .53-1 

89 8-7 
89 14 



A dangerous shoal extends in a 
Honthcrly direciion from the 
< 'ape mil's. 



There are Hve he. n F. lights 
in tlie Harlioi.i n avoid the 
Cayeas and idi idle Shoals. 
The " icon lights are ''h 
visib .■ 1 iiiles. 



Marks the aiiproach to Mobile 
Bar and entrance. 

Jixl li"lit oil the K. point. 



One /.''(/ light. 



Small lights, making a range 
leading through Choctaw Pass. 



II. M 
51 



I II 



Ft. 
•■1.1 



li 



Pf^ 



)" 



: ::";'l 









ni 



:'■'! 



118 



LIGHTS AJMD TIDES.- UNITED STATES. 



1. 

Name of 
Light. 



Xo. of Lights, 
Character, &e. 



I 



PL-ight 
of Light 
I above 
the Sea. 



5. 



Where pLiceil. 



6. 

Position. 



Lat. 



Lonj: 



7. 
Remarks. 



Merrill Shell 
Bank. 



St. .roseph'.s III. 
Plea.sonton's Id. 



I'roctorville 

Lake Pont- 
chartrain. 

West Itigolet. 
B»m Fuuca, 



Tort Poutchar- 

train. 
Bayou St. .lohn. 

New Canal. 
Tehefuncti River 

I'ass Manchac. 



1 F. 



1 
1 F. 



(JUANDELElIi. 1 F 



I F. (Beacon.) 

1 F. 
1 F. 



1 F. and Fl, ov. 

1 i mill, 
1 F. 

I F. 
1 F. 

1 F. 



Mouth of Mis 
sissippi River 

1'assE A L'OlTHE 



•SniTH Pas.s. 



Heail of the 
Piw.'jes. 



>orTII-WEST 
J'A^IS. 



Barrataria Bay. 
Timballier Bay. 



Mile.s 
II 



i:{ 

10 

id 
11 

10 
10 
10 

11 

10 
13 



1 F. & Fl. ev. 
4.-) s. 



!,■) 



1 Pev. ev. 1,1 l.'{ 
inin. 



1 F. 



1 F. 

IF. 
1 F. 



15 
13 



I'\'et. 
45 



(10 
39 

30 
39 

3.1 

39 

33 
38 

45 



77 



GO 



70 

CO 
fiO 



Between Cat 
Island, St. 
Joseph's, and 
(irand Island 

Near entrance 
to Pearl Iliver, 
K. entr. to 
Lake Pont- 
ehartraiu 

Lake Bor^no 



F. entr,. Lake 

Pontehartrain 
Near tlie m'utli 

of Bayou Bon 

Fouca 
Near E. end of 

Railroad 
5 miles N. of 

New Orlean.s 
At the entrance 
Near Madison- 

ville 
Between Lakes 

Maure])aH and 

Pontrluirtraiu 

N. end of Island 



N. 

o / 

30 14-3 



.•!0 HI 
30 9-3 



29 52-4 



\V. 

' 

89 14-5 



S9 24 
89 38 1 



Middle Ciround 
Island, N. side 
of entrance 

Lntranee of S. 
pa.s.s of river ; 
S. \V. silk; of 
(■onion Ishmd 

On Di.'er Island 
attheS.W. & 
N.K, .lunction 
of the Passes 

Entrance of 
river, W. side 

(JrandTerre Id,, 
entr. of Hay 

On 'Piinhallier 
Island 



30 
30 

30 

30 

30 
30 



10-0 
15 1 

2-3 
1-9 

17 

23 



30 17-8 



30 3 1 



29 II -5 



29 1 



29 8-6 



28 58-5 



29 4 



89 39 •5 Destroyed by a gale, August, I SCO 

89 43 C 
89 51 



90 2 8 

90 4 

90 5-8 

90 C 

90 12-7 



88 51 C 



89 1-5 



89 9 



89 141 



89 21 



90 lC-5 



8. 

H. W. 

at 
F. & C. 



9. 






H. M. 



Ft. 



Destroyed by a gale, August, I8C0 



Ciood anchorage in 4 fathoms, 
with the light bearing N.E. 
2 miles. 



Lighthouse hears \Y. \ N. (mag.) 
fron\ the large nun buoy outside 
the bar. (18C5.) 



Guide to the Passes in descending 
the river. 



Visible 90° or from N.E. round 
south toN.W. 



14 



U 



Mi- i 



8. 

I. w. 

at 
'. & C. 


9. 


I. M. 


Ft. 



n 



H 



LIGHTS AND TID E S.— UNITED STATES. 



liy 



1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


Name of 


No. of Liglits, 
Character, &,u. 




Heiuht 

ofLiglit 

above 

the Sea. 


Where placed. 


Position. 


Remarks. 


H. W. 

at 
F.&(.'. 


•3 35 


Light. 


liat. Long. 


.2'E 




• 








N. 


VV. 












Miles 


Feet. 




' 


/ 


• 


H. M. 


Ft. 


Ship Shoal. 


IRev. ev. .^Tiiin. 


IG 


110 


On Ship Sh(jal, 
oil Raccoon pt. 


28 5.")| 


91 .'"••9 








South-west Reef. 


1 F. Jted. 


12 


49 


At the entrance 
of Atchafalaya 
Bay 


29 2") 


91 .30 


Fog-bell and Horn. 


■ 


o 


Sheli- Keys. 


1 F. 


1.5 


71 


On the south 
l>t. of Marsh 
Island, oni! of 
tlie Shell Keys 


29 24 


91 49 








Sabine Pass. 


1 F. & Fl. cv. 
1.^ mill. 


IG 


8.") 


Brant point, E. 
side of Sahine 
River 


29 43 '9 


93 50-3 


To cross the liar bring the light- 
house to ln'ar N.W. by N. ; 
run ill N.W., leaving Lousiana 
point 300 j'ards on starboard 
hand. (18GG.) 




1^ 


BoLiv. R Point. 


1 F. 


7 


40 


N. side of entr. 
to (Talvcston, 
N. ()G° F.,8S-5 
yards fi'oni 
former light- 
house 


29 22 


94 45-6 


Strangers should not apjtroach 
(ialvcston Bar from the cast- 
ward, without a i)ilat, in less 
than 7 fathoms. May anchor 
in 7 fathoms with light bearing 
N. W. 






»» 


1 F. (Beacon.) 


G 


- 


On Bird Island 


- 


~ 


To range with Bolivar point. 






Galveston 




















Bay. 




















I't'lican Spit. 


2F. 


G 


3.-) 


t)n the S](it 


2!) 21 


94 441 








(laiveatoii 


2F. 


- 


44 


111 the City 


- 


- 








Boacoiin. 




. 


.'«) 














Half-Moon Shoal 


IF. 


10 


35 


Between Pelican 
Island and 
Dollar point 


29 24 


94 -,{)■-) 


Fiig-bell. To clear Half moon 
Shoal. 




11 


Red Pish Bar. 


IF. 


10 


3J 


To iiiarli the 
Channel 


29 30-8 


94 r)l-7 


Fog-bell. 






C'loppers Bar. 


1 F. 


10 


3.-) 


To mark the 
Cliamiel 


29 41-2 


94 50 5 


Fog-bell. 






Matagorda 




















Bay. 




















Mata(JuI!1ja. 


1 Rev.ev. l.^iuiu 


IG 


OG 


E. pt. of Island 


28 20-8 


9G 23-5 








Saluria. 


1 F. 


6 


3.3 


On North side 


28 24 1 


9() 23-8 








Ilalf-Moon Roof. 


1 F. ncd. 


G 


40 


On S. extremity 


28 33 


9G 15-5 


Fog-horn sounded ev. .T min. 




1 


Swash. 


IF. 


(> 


.38 


OnjMJsite Alliga- 


- 


- 


Fog-horn sounded ev. .T min. 


I 

• 1 




1 F. 


13 


GO 


tor Head 
Low Isiland 


27 ol vS 


97 3 




1 
1 


A KANSAS Pass. 




liuAzos San- 


1 F. 


74 


43 


N. eiidofBrazOf 


2G G 


97 12 


- - - ! U 


TI.XGO. 








Island 










»> 


1 F. & Fl. ev. 


IG 


82 


Isabel Point 


2G 4-9 


97 111 


1 
i 






mill. 


















Hio (iramle. 














Building. 







rmf 



V 



^ 



l^' 



M'-m^ 



WEST INDIA ISLANDS. 



>\ 



1 

.*■> i' 
r: || 



I 



iMi'li 



Name of 
Light. 



Harl)ados. 



'I'oBAiJO. 



Triiiidail. 



ItDininica. 

(Jr.VDALOlPE 



2. 

\o. of Liglits, 
Character, &c. 



1 Rev. ev. miii. 
Eclipse 24 s. 



4. 

Hoiglit 
iif Liglit 

above 
tlie Sea 



Where placed. 



6. 

Position. 
Lat. 



Long. 



7. 

REMARK.S. 



8. 

H. W. 

at 
F.&C. 



Miles Feet. 
18 I 145 



IF. 



IF. 



1 F. 



Brt. 8 
JRedl 3 



12 



St. Vincent. 


1 F. 


St Lucia. 


1 F. 


»♦ 


jlF. 


Mai'tiuique. 


IF. 


t » 


1 F. 


»» 


1 F. 




, 1 F. 



Bed. 



U'd. 



1 F. 

I 
I ^ ^^' 

. I F. 
i.F. 



1 F. 
1 F. 
1 F. 



15 

G 
3 



24 



irj 



34 



128 



50 

r>4<) 

80 



U ! 02 



i;5i 



410 



108 



S. jioint, 200 
yards in shore 



N. 
13 27 



Carlisle Bay, 
Needham pt. 

Scarborough, on 

Bacolet, or 

Ketl j)oint 
Port Espana, 

on the Jetty 
Fort Charlotte 
Tapion iiattery, 

S. entrance of 

Castries Harb. 
On the Wiiarf 
Pointe (le.s 

Negres, in the 

Fort 
Fort Koyal 
St. Martha pt. 
Westward of 

former 



13 4 



I 



11 10 



W. 

o / 

59 33-2 



59 36-8 



00 44 



Does not show until it bears to 
the westwanl of 8.W. by W., 
and to be ke])t well ojien in 
order to clear the Cobbler Beefs. 

Red to the northward of East, 
and IV/iitc to the southward of 
East. 

Visible between E.N.E. andS.W. 
by W. by" the south. 



H. M. 



9. 

O Sd 

.S2'E 
as c 



Ft. 



10 .38-7 01 31 Visible from N.E. by N. to S.E. 

1 by the west. 
13 13 01 15 For mail steamer when expected. 
40 <»1 1 For mail steamer when expected. 



14 30 01 31 



14 301 01 4-2 
14 44 01 II 



Edge of the 
Bank, St. 
I'ierre Bay. 
Caravel le. 
Peninsula, j 
Carac<il= | 

Mountain, 'j ofj 
a mile inland ! 
On Fort '^'oung 

Flagstart' I 

On Petite Terre, 

202 yards from' 

the Eiistern I 

l)art I 

fiozier lalet i 

Monron Islet 

S. of the Town 

of Pointe iiPitrei 



For mail steamer. 



I!('d from W.N.W. to W.S.W. 

' Orange to the northward, Blue 
to the west, Urecv to the south. 
The H'liUe and lilue lights in a 
line lead to the anchorage. 

Lighted on the day the mail is 
expected, and for three nights 
after if not arrived. 



14 40 2 00 52-9 



15 17-4 01 23-1 
10 10-.") 01 5-1 

10 14 1 01 24-7 



The Baleine Rock lies S. 19° W., i 
4 a mile. I 



irr. 

4 30 
3 



4 

li 



8. 


9. 


. w. 


"o 8j 


at 


0) a 


&C. 


(5 & 



M. Ft. 



t 30 
3 



4 

li 



LIGHTS AND TIDES.— WKST INDIA ISLANDS. 



121 



1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


Name of 


No. of Lights, 
L'haracti'i', itc. 




Height 
of Light 


Where iihiced. 


Position. 


liK.MAliKS. 


11. w. 

at 


Lij^lit. 




aliovi! 
tiie Sea. 


I 


Lat. Long. 




F.&C. 












N. 


W. 










Mih-s 


Feet. 




/ 


/ 




11. iM. 


(il'.ADAI-OlPK. 


I V. 


i 


- 


.Moule (le I'oi-t 


10 2.'} -7 


01 21 


Posltioii II iinrtdiii. 




Antigua. 


•A F. 


h 


1)2 


iMiglish Harl)., 
Fort l>ei-kely 


17 


01 4.-) -3 


Ti'iii/iorari/, inv mail when ex- 
jieeted. Tlie ii[i]ier light is Jt'ciL 
On a stall, triangular, 5 yards 
ajiart. 




MniitsiTrat. 


2F. 






On the Beach, 
Plymouth 


10 4.'{ 


()2 12 


For tlie mail when expected. 




St. C'hi'istoplior 


1 F. /.'(•(/. 


l-J 


:f7 


On the Beach, 
Basse' 'L'erre 


17 IS 


02 42 8 


N. by \V. i W. leads to the 
anchorage. 




S(i.\ip.i:eko. 


1 






On the Ishuid 


IS ;{.vs 


03 27-7 


Propjsad. 




St. Tiro.MA.s. 


1 1'. 


12 


it.') 


K. entrance, on 
Mohlenfels ))t. 


IS 10-4 


(!4 -,5-l 


• 




SiUita Cniz, or 


1 V. 


4 


- 


Fredericlistinl 


17 42-7 


04 52-7 






Si. Iroi.x 111. 








iMirt 






• 




11 


I F. 


- 




Cluistianstatl 

Fort 


17 4,-) -4 


04 41-.'> 






l'ri;i:'i'oLiUn. 


I lifv. ev.2iiiiii. 


l.S 


17i 


Fort San .1 uaii, 
on the Morro 


18 2!) 


00 71 


Said to he only 8 s. bright. 


8 2 


Haiti. 


1 F. 


n 


u;} 


San ,los(' Fort 


IS 28-1 


(;9 .-)2'5 






■' 


1 F. 


6 to 8 


■2-M 


Balandra Head, 
Saiiiana Bay 


19 11-8 


09 13-7 








1 F. 


•) 


so 


Lameiitiii point 


IS ,33 -C 


72 2,-. -2 


/'r(l light seaward. 


8 


Iamak a. 


1 Rev. ev. mill. 


l.-) 


n,-) 


Moraiit point 


17 r.G 


70 11-7 








1 F. 


12 


OS 


I'luiii point, 00 


17 .M-7 


70 47 


/■'((/ when bearing between N.W. 












yards north- 
ward of the pt. 






by W. ;i W. andN. i E. 117*;/.- 
froiu Js. \ E. round east to .S.E. 




11 


1 F. 

Jhil & Wl,lt<: 




40 


Fort Augusta. 


17 57 


70 53 


Wliili- to tho. S. and \V., AV/ to 
the eastward. Bearing N. by E. 
leads through the south ohaiuiel. 




Island cf Cuba 


% 
















Si..1a(:oui:Cli!A 


1 F. (tl.asli ev. 
2 min. i 


\o 


220 


100 yards E. of 
the Morro 
Cai^tle 


1!) r)7-7 


75 54-3 




» 


Ti'iix. 


1 F. 





4fl 


On the Cape 


19 48 -G 


77 45-6 


Provmonnl . 




\A(a A, or CiKN- 


1 F. (Hash) 


14 


81 


Colorados, or E. 


22 1 


80 40-3 






n r.cosHARH. 








pt. of entrance 










C'liohiuos Bay. 


I F. 


7 


;!o 


N. part of Cay 


21 57-8 


81 13-3 












I'iedras del 


















Sur 










li.itiihaiio. 


1 F. 


;{ 


;{] 




22 41-4 


82 18 






l.>i.K OK Finks. 


- 




- 


On Cape Fepe 


21 20 


83 


Pro]>osti/. 




San Antonio. 


1 Uevolviugev. 
4 Hiin. 


20 


107 


On the Cape 


21 .J I -5 


84 58 '1 


. 


■ 


• Ill IAS. 


_ 


_ 


. 


On the Cay 


22 43'3 


84 0-5 


Priiposid. 




(iol'.K.liNAKUKA. 


. 


- 




On the point 


23 


S3 13 2 


PrujHjsei'. 




Kava.na. 


1 F. & FI. ev. 
h mill. 


21 


144 


Morro Castle, 
F, .side of entr. 


23 9-3 


82 22-1 


The lif'.ht iscxtinguislied for 10 m. 
after midnight to clean and trim 
the lamps. 


8 14 


Santa Cruz. 








- 


23 9 


82 1-2 


Pro/iosed. 




G LANOfS. 




• 


- 


On the [loint 


23 9 


81 42 


Prupostid. 





9. 



: yj 



Ft. 



ii 



t 



! 



122 



LIGHTS AND TIDES.— WEST INDIA ISLANDS. ' 






it 






■ ! 



U 



1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 




6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


Name of 
Light. 


No. of Ijights, 
Character, &e. 




Height 

of Light 

above 

the.Sea. 


Where placed. 


Position. 
L.at. Long. 


Remarkh. 


H. W. 

at 
F.&C. 
















s\ 


W. 












Miles 


Feet. 







/ 


' 


• 


H. M. 


Ft. 


Cakdenas Bav. 


1. F. & Nid VI 

ev. .', mill. 


la 


08 


I'iedras (Cayo 
del Norte.)' 


2.3 


14-4 


81 7-5 








u 


1 F. 


7 


4.S 


Cay Diana 


23 


99 


81 7 








(.'ruz del Padre. 


IF. 


10 


49 


On the Reef, ^ 23 


I'M 


80 54-2 












• 




mile N. F. of 
the Cay 










• 




Hahia de Cadiz 


1 F. & Fl. ev. 
mill. 


•24 


175 


On the N.F. 
jiart of tlu! ( 'ay 


23 


12 


SO 29-3 








Pakedo.n 


1 F. &, Fl. ev. 


14to 


],-)9 


N. part of Cay 


22 


29 


78 10 1 








(Jr.vnde. 


mill. 


20 


















NuevitasHakb. 


IF. 


9 


49 


Barlovento, or 
Pilots' Point, 
E. entrance 


21 


37 -5 


77 5-3 








• » 


1 Rev ev. niik. 


•20 


174 


Materuillos Ft. 


21 


40-2 


77 91 








LrCKECIA. 


" ■ 






On the ]ioiiit 


21 


4-0 


75 37-9 


BuUillmi. A temporary F. light 
is exliibited 52 feet above H. W., 
\'isible miles. 






Maysi. 


1 F. 


17 


12S 


On the Cajie, E. 
jioint of Cuba 


•20 


15 2 


74 10 4 








Bahama 






















Islands. 






















V.w Luiitjs. 


1 F. 


l()or 
17 


140 


On the Cay 


22 


•22-5 


77 35-1 


\'isil)l(' I'liuud till' hori/oii. 


7 40 


:! 


Anguila. 


- 


- 


- 


S E. Cay 


23 


29 


79 32 


Proposed. 






Cay Sal Bank. 


1 F. 


Sor 
10 


90 


N. Elbow, or 
Planciiiata Cay 


23 


50 '5 


80 '28 


Seen except when it bears S. W. 
,( W., being intercepted by 
Water Cay when 3 leagues 
distant. 






Gln Cay. 


1 Bev.ev. l.'^inin 


12 


SO 


Nea'' S. I'uint 


25 


.'14 -5 


79 18-8 


Seen excejit between S. by W. \ 
W. and S. J M. being intercepted 
liy the Bemiiii Isles when 8 miles 
distant. An indifferent li(ilit. 






(lnEAT Isaac. • 


1 Kev.ev. hnill. 


1(> 


l."S 


On the Island 


20 


2 


79 0-5 


Shows a fixed light for a distance 
of miles between the Hashes. 






(inat Stirruj) 


1 F. 


12 


SI 


(100 yard.s from 


2.) 


49-7 


77 -24 


Visible fnnn S.K. by S. to N, E., 


7 


1 


Cay. 








I], end iif Cay 








or 280°. 






Na^-.-at Mahii. 


1 1'. 


10 


OS 


V>\ pt. of Hog 
1 sland 


25 


5-G 


77 -22 4 


Visil)le from N. E. round by 
north to M.W. 


7 .'lO 


4 


Atliol hiand. 


1 !••. 


<» 


■")() 


(tn Cupola of 
(^)u<iraiitini' 
Oliieers Dwel- 
ling 


25 


5 


77 17-5 


Visible lietween N.N.W. ^ W. 
and W. 1 N. 


' 




AllAi CI. 


1 Rev. ev. mill. 


1(> 


lOo 


S. E. lit., orHole 
in the Wall 


25 


51-2 


77 11-2 


Visible from S.W. t<i E.S.E. liy 
the east. 


8 


'f 


• » 


1 F, 


14 


\:'M 


Little (Jiiana, 
or I'^lbowCay, 
'{ mile inland 


20 


•.irro 


70 58-5 


Illuminates an arc of '228°. 






CliOiiKK") Isi.ANU 


1 


- 


■ 


Castle Island 


O') 


7 


74 19 


liuUdinij. 






I'assakk. 


^ 




















IWiIlA, (liliEAT 


1 


- 


• 


S.W. ]i<iint 


20 


55 


73 40 


Building. 


8 


'•'s 


Isi.ANK. 






















'J'lkks Island. 


1 l{ev. ; a Fl. 

ev. I, iiiiii. 


15 


lo.s 


Near N. ex- 
tremity of Id. 


21 


31 


71 7-7 


. 


■ 


3 



i 



8. 


9. 


H. W. 


■3?, 


at 


1) a 

■n v 


:'\&C. 


53 ^ 




X 



H. M. 



7 4(f 



Ft. 



7 
7 30 



8 






COAST OF TIERRA FIRME AND MEXICO. 



1. 

Name of 
LiLlit. 



No. of Lights, 
Charautor, &c. 



Height 

ofLight 

above 

the Sea. 



Where placed. 



6. 

Position. 
Lat. 



LdUJ'. 



Remahkh. 



8. 

H. W. 

at 
F.&C. 



9. 



o to 

as ^ 



Puerto Cabello. 
i'ii;EN Ayre. 

Little CurP'^.o 

Ishiiid. 
(i reat Curacao 

[slaiid. . 
iti<i de la Hacha, 
Limou, or Navy 

Bay. 



h.vi.f-moo.n 

Cav. 
Bokel Cay. 
Belize. 



TuriiefECays. 



Sisal. 

Caiu[ieche.' 
Canueii Ter- 

luinos de 

Laguna. 
Vera Cruz. 



Tampico Bar. 



1 Rev. 
IF. 

IF. 

IF. 

1 F. 

1 F. 



1 F. 

2 F. 
2F. 

1 F. 

3F. 



1 F. 
1 F. 



1 Rev. 
1 F. 



Miles Feet, 
ev. 40 a. 14 ! 79 
12 ' 85 



I'V. 40 i 



10 



40 



f) (i9 

10 I GO 



18 



13 



10 
14 



15 



15 



88 



95 

75 

95 

two 
75 

about 
GO 
95 



80 



Brava point 
Lacre point, S. 

point 
On the S. side 

St. A nn Harb. , 

on Rif Fort 
On the Church 
N.W. part of 

IManzanilla Id. 

Colon, or 

Aspinwall 
SE. point 

On the Cay 
English Cay, S. 

side of Chan. 
Fort George 
Manger Cay, 

near the N.W. 

point 

On the Castle 

Indian Village, j 
Jicalango pt. 

Fort of San 
Juan de Ulloa 
W. part I 

N. point of entr. 



N. 




W. 

/ 


10 30 
12 2 2 


68 
68 22-3 


11 58 


68 44 


12 G-2 


68 55-2 


11 33-8 
9 23 '8 


72 59-3 
79 53 


17 12-2 


87 32-5 


17 8-3 
17 19-5 


87 56-5 

88 3-9 


17 29-3 
17 36 


88 11 9 

87 46 


21 10 
19 50 
18 38-5 


90 3 

90 33 

91 54 


19 12 


96 8 


22 167 


97 47 



Alternate Hashes of i?et/and While. 



Said to be a Rid light. 



Tlie banl: extends 1^ miles to the 
N.E. of the lighthouse. 



Building. Old lighthouse burnt. 



H. M. 



Ft. 



1 47 






Mr 



:|-.; 



SOUTH AIYIERICA 



ft-: ' 

m 



i 



Xanu' of 
J.i-ht. 



Nil. of Lights, 
I'lianiL'tcr, Aio. 



3. 


4. 


>-i 


Hc'iL'ht 




ofLiglit 

ahovi' 

till' Sf.i 



M'lioro iilici'il. 



6. 

I'ositiiiii. 
Lilt. Loh 



ItlvMAliK' 



Coast of 
Gnayana. 

Oriiiiv w Ikivt • 

(Ligl)*:Voss(_! 
Dkmki; \!!a 



1 I". 

1 U. ov, mill. 

1 F. I lA. W-ssc'l 



Miles Fwt. 

i 8 , - 

; 1 

Kit' \m 

•2(1 

I'l i - 



ni:i:iii<i; I.t.V.' 
Suritiam |Lt.V.) 
< ayi'iiiK'. 

» » 
Enfant Pirdu. 

.'^AI.fT Isi.AMiS. 

Brazil. 
Para. 

Il A( iiLoMl. 



Alcantara. 
Mar.uiliaii). 

.•^wix Anna. 

Craia. 

( M.ii/.alu liivt T 

iLij.'lit\'is.s<l.) 
Iiio (; ramie do 

N<irt<'. , 

Marca. i 

PkIINAMIH Ifi. 



1 I'. 

I F. /,\,l. 

1 F. a run. 

1 F. 

1 F. £>',;. 

1 F. 

1 F. 



!(» 



8 
10 
1(1 

IS 



1 ]\oy. 17 

I Kcv. I'v. l,J,niiii l"i ^ 

■fur IH HCC . i 

WInfr anil A'. '/. ! 

IF. - ! 

1 F.* : 10 i 

1 ! 

1 l!iv. Vv. 80 H. 14 j 

I F. 10 I 

1 F. . I 



I 1-. 



12 



1 F. ! - 

1 Kcv. cv. mill. l."i 



N. I'i !''.irimii i>t., 
in 18 U. w.itei 
E. ; i.l,' o>' villi'. 

i Ship MJuayana. 
' in.'i,', f,i.tlii)iii.s, 

; N.x.K. I !■:. 

' ah'.ut 10;;iilrs 

f!'"in tlif ('iitr. 

lit (!ie i-ivcr. 

Clcso i>; !■;. ],t. 

iif ciitraiicc 



?(» X.W. ot I'.iaii's 
]ii'int, ill 1-1 
tec't (ISOo) 

(;'.» An^'lt.' uf 111- I 

I uitryBairacksl 

l.'iO * ^.'rmi I'ni-t. ' 

.let". . "11(1 (if I 

(;ii A iMcl. .ilidut I 

inili's nortll (if ] 

C'lyuiiiR- ' 

•JOi) lidvajf Islet, '[ 
.summit of 
i|(.s|ntal 

At.ilaia [Hiiiit j 
147 ' 'n till' iiiiiiit 



( hi the lioilit 

' I 

S.in MarcdH ' 
Fdit, San fjiiz 
70 F. part of Id. ' 
.'17 .M:ic(pri]ic |Hiint 
< iir till' ciitrami' 
I 
4.'i l'"(irti'('ss of 
Saiild.s ltt.'i>!' 
; Mm-os 
i On till' Capu 

(til the iJucf, 

I ."lO yards troin 

Fort I'ii'ai) 



N. i W. 



S ."U <!(' 4'J Said to liavi' luni sunk in IfS.V. 

' iiot likely tc 111? ri'iilac'fd. 
!( ■!!'','j 58 ll'.'i I A .^si'majilKiri' mi suimnitdf li^li'- ' 

I ! Iliill.SC. 

I 

(i .'ij-.i "18 .""'2 .\ lurue ,'lliir ;!:i,u; \,y ,\ny ^ 



{') i;».;,r)T •?.2\t Tl.e li^dit liearinj,^ .S.S.W. in 4 
j fathdiii.s is till' fairway intu the 
J liarlidiii'. I IS(i4. ' 

."».". l,")-8 - 



8 




11. V. 
at 
F. &. ( '. 




H. M. 


Ft. 


(■> 


;{ 


) ;l.-. 


!) 



(i 



4 ■i()'i? 



s. 
(I ;« 
■2 10 



2 2!)'."^ 



52 18(! ) Li^dit-s ill one lead over rVliiiatile 

ded liy 



')2 l.-)-9 



) Liglit.s ill one lead over .All 

f > lioi'k, which is avoidi 

J keeping VV. of this line. 



1 ;iO II 



() .'1', 



3 4.'. (i- II 



"12 32 -it 



47 17'1 
44 24 



14 k; 



A roek of 12 feet lies N. hy W. 3 
\V. from the lij<iitlioilse, distant 
ill lout 2(I7S yiirds. 



2 i!;-.-i 4:{ ;i8-4 

;! 42 .-JS 2()-!» 



I.-) :).-) 1 1 •» 



A guide to the illle'lloi'ilL'e, 



,S ;i'7 ; ."14 40-4 Twiee WliHi: and once //nl in 
siiecessioii, showing a light ev. 
mill. 



12 II 



7 



4 ;i(i 



4 4,-) 



11. V, I 


1 'X 


at 1 


yi ' ■■ 


R&c. ! 


~ A 


n. M. 


Ft. 






(•> 


:i 










1 ^,-) 






t 



i .-jd II 



(I ').', 



3 U ti II 



•2 (t II 



7 (I I Hi 



4 ;j<» 



4 4,") 1 S 



LIGHTS AND TIDBS.-SOUTH AMEIUCA. 



l-T) 



1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7- 


8. 


9. 


Naiuu of 
Light. 


No. (if Li;,'hts, 
(Jharactcr, i,te. 


* '/: 


IIci-,'lit 
of Li,i,'lit 

above 
the S(ja. 


Wheiv i-lacfd. ■ 


Position. 
Lat. ' Long. 


FkK.MAKKS. 


H. W. 

at 
F.(tC. 


■3 3) 
It 




• 








S. 


VV. 














Mile. 


Feet. 




/ 


O ' 




H. 


M. 


Ft. 


M ICKIO. 


1 V. k V\. v\. 
'1 mill. 


'I'l 


•208 


A mile from 
aiiciiora;,a', W. 
jiart of mouii- 
tuiii 


31»^3 


35 41 ^4 


F. light 70 s., eclipse fO s., Ilash 
12 .s., eclipse 22 .s. 


4 


30 


8.1 


< fit!vi,,uiba Bar. 


1 F. 


(jto!) 


115 


Watuh 'I'owor 


11 1 


3G 59 -5' 


117/ /V« to S.E., ll,id eastward, 
Itfi'ii southward. Vessel.s 
should anchor with the Rid 
lij,'lit in sight in 4 fathoms. 
\\'itli Wh'dii or Orecn light in 
sight d(j not go into 5 fathoms. 








li.vin 1.. 


1 l!cv. t;v. SOs. 


IS 


140 


I'ort San 

Antonio 


i;i (»•!( 


3S 3r'/ 


Shows twic ' U'/ii/i am] once /'' d, 
in succession. 


4 


15 


8 


.M</HKU UK .'^AN 


1 Kuv. (^v mill. 


L'(t 


•271 ; 


On the Morro 


i;i 2(i 


38 52-2 


Eclijwe not total within S miles._ 








Paolo. 






















i^wjuiy. 


1 !■'. 


- 


- 


Oil the point 


■ 


- 


Harbour light, ofs-oall power. 








Christovai) 


I /. 




- 


On the point 


- - 


- 


" >) 








Pi'i'ci'ii'a. 






















liarl)a»Nc'gra. 


1 i'\ 




- 


On tlic Isle 


- 


- 


»» , » 








l'.>rtalL'giv . 


I F. 


•■ 


- 


- 


IS ;jo 


39 30 


>> >> 








(."ai'K Fuio Ti>. 


1 Fvev. ev. 1', 
mill. 


•J.") 


yn 


Foeinho do Cabo 
]ioint 


•i\\ 0'7 


41 .-.7'1 


Ecli|.sed45 s. Visible from S.W. 
to l-Jast, or through an arcof 225° 








AUKOUtO.S 1>LKS. 


1 J'lCV. cv. mill. 


17 


IS'.t 


Santa Barbara 
Island, highe.tt 
[loiiit 


17 .■)7-ii 


38 39 1 




3 


20 


(i-7 


Haza. 


1 Kcv.ov.L", mill 
ir/t'Vc .(■ lint. 


lOto 
14 


.•{lo 


On the Island 


2;{ rr7 


43 8-3 










Kill (If .Jancini. 


1 1\ 


l> 


- 


Fort Santa Cruz, 
E. .side of eutr. 


22 oG-G 


4;! 7 '3 


- 


3 





4 


>» 


1 F. A','/. 






( 'alhabouco pt. 


- 


- 










Santos., 


1 F 


I--' 


100 


Moela Island 


24 2 


4G IG 






r 




Sam'a 


I Uov.L'V. .'.milt. 


IS 


I4i) 


IVmta dos 


27 49 


48 42 -G 


- 


2 


45 


G 


CATItAItrXA. 








Xaiifragados 








1 






Ri<i (iranilc dn 


1 lu>v cv. '2 mill. 


14 


9G 


N. point of entr. 


;!2 7-2 


52 4-4 


Bright 70 s., eclipsed 50 s. ' ' 






11,-2 


Sill. 














,.»■'" 








Rio de la Plata 














i 








M.VI.IIONAIX) 


1 F; 


■20 


1.V2 


Hast iioiiit 


34 oS 


54 5G 










I'.AY. 






















I'l.oKKS. 


1 Kov. ov,;imiii. 


1-2 


104 


<">n the Island 


;J4 "i 


.55 .55 VS 


An indill'erent light. {1SG5.) 








I'^iii^lisli Il'uik 


1 F. 


Sto 


. 


On the Tail. X. 


;{,■) (! 


:->T^ 54 










( Light Vi'sscl.) 




ID 




part of bank, 
in 7 fathoms 














MoNTK N'll'Kii. 


1 F. & Fl. ov. ;{ 
mill. 


•2.") 


4S(; 


W. .side of Har- 
bour, on the 
Mount 


.34 53-1 


5G 13 


The Fl. of 15 s. is jirecft'ded and 
folhjwed by a sliort eclipse. 








f > 


1 V. 


• 


147 


ruthedral, S. 
Towel- 


- - 


- - 


Dial ]ilate of clock, lighted by 
gas. 








Ortiz Bank 


1 1'. 


Sto 


;!o 


N.F. 1 N., 8 


35 11 "5 


57 1-2 


A Bliirk ball at foremast head. 








(Light Vessel.) 




10 




miles from 
Indio loint, in 
.'{,' fat lonis 






The position of this vesstd i.s un- 
certain, and it is .said to show 
a bad light. (ISG.j. ) 









;!i i 



s'saem^/siiSMf^ 



\] 



I 

■ i L 






:i 



^■■\ 




■;,/) 



m\ 



126 



LIGHTS AND TIDES.— «OUTll AMERICA. 



1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


6 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


yaiiio of 


No. oi Lights, 
Charactor, &f. 


r3 
>> 


Height 

of Light 

above 

the Sea. 


\\ liere jilaced. 


Position. 


Kemauks. 


,H, W. 

at 
F.&C. 




Light. 


Lat. 


Long. 




Ohico ]?aiik 
(LiglitVi'sacl.) 


1 F. 


Miles 

8 to 
10 


Feet. 
20. 


N.E. :j N. from 
Point Atalaya, 
13 miles, iu 5 
fathoms 


S. 

' 

34 47 


VV. 

/ 

57 29-2 


• 

The jw.sition of this light is not 
to be depended on. (1865.) 


H. M. 


Ft. 


Colouia. 


1 Rev. ev. 3niin. 


10 


110 


S.W. angle of 
the Plazjv 


34 28-2 


57 49-7 








Buenos Ayros. 


IF. 


7 


20 


Guard Ship iu 
'Outer Koads, 
in 2i fathoms 
(lSi;4.) 


34 34 5 


58 16 




12 


3-5 


Patagonia. 

Falklanj) Ids. 


.1 F. 


14 


110 


Cape Pembroke 


51 40-7 


57 41-8 


Seen from seavvanl in every 
direction. Dark to-wards Ports 
William ; nd Stanley. 







Chile. 














• 




» 


Chiloo Island, 
N. part. 


1 F. and Fl. ov. 
mill. 


12 


197 


Huapilacuy pt., 
San (-'ark)s de 
Ancud 


41 4C7 


73 55-7 i When the light b-'ars S.E. by E. 
vessels may haul ti) the south- 

i ward. 

i 






Concej'tion Bay, 
Quiriiiuina Id. 


1 


- 


- 


Talcahuano 


36 36 


73 G Proposed. 

! 






Valparaiso. 


1 F. & Fl. ev. 
niin. 


20 


197 


Angeles, or 
Playa Aneha 
I)oint 


33 1-2 


71 41-5 


The B'l. is preceded and followed 
by a short eclipse. 


9 32 


5 


Huasca. 
Caldera, 


1 
I 


- 


. 


28 28 
27 3 


71 19 
70 56 


Proposed. 
Proposed, 






Peru. 




















CALLAa 


IF. 


12 


980 


Lorenzo Island, 
on the <!'aj)e, 
N. point 


12 4 


77 19-5 


Dark from N.W. | N. to W. by 
N. ^ N. ; just open on the latter 
bearing will lead through the 
Bocjueron Channel in 44 fms. 


5 47 


4 


Ecuador. 




















Guayaquil. 


IF. 






Santa Clara Id., 
near the centre 


3 10 


80 26 


• 


7 


11 



8. 


9. 


. vv. 


•S ^n 


at 


« •? 


&V. 




. M. 


Ft. 



3-i 



47 : 4 



11 



WEST COAST OF NORTH AMERICA. 



1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


6. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


Name (if 
Light. 


No. of Lights, 
Character, &c. 


"v. 

> 


H.'ight 

(if Light 

ahove 

the Sea. 


Where placwl. 


Position. 
Lat. L(ing. 


Rem AUKS. 


H. W. 

at 
F.&C. 


'J ,s 

si- 


Costa Rica. 




Miles 


Feet. 




N. 

/ 


W. 

/ 




H. M. 


l''t. 


Nicoya Gtilf. 


1 F. 


u 


(!.) 


Punta Arena.s 


9 59-0 84 49-3 








Mexico. 


















Acapuloi). 
II 


) F. 
IF. 


4o' .') 


120 


Grifo, or Elo- 
(|iieta Island 
Grifo point 


10 50 -2 


99 52 


For mail steamers when expected. 


3 


li 


California 
and Oregon. 

Sa.\ Dikuo. 


IF. 


•23 


457 


Pt. Lonia, on the 
west side of 
entrance 


32 40 -2 


117 13-5 


. 


9 38 


5 


vSanta Barbara. 
Conception. 


1 F. 

IRev. ev. iniin. 


12 
•23 


180 
2.")0 


On the point, 2 
miles 8. \V. of 
landing place 

Near the pitch 
of the point 


34 23 -G 

34 26 S 


119 42-1 

120 20-6 


Fog-boll, struck by machinery. 






Monterey. 


IF. 


i;j 


(.1 


Point Pino.s, S. 
side of the 
Harbour 


30 37-9 


121 55 


■ 






Fahkau-on. 


1 Rov. ('V. inin. 


'_'(! 


.•]G0 


Highest peak of 37 H'S 
the largest and 
S.E. Iskt 


122 59 1 




10 37 


4' 


San Fhancisco. 


I F, 


24 


300 


Pohit Bunita 37 49-1 'l22 30-S f^og-bell, struck by machinery. 

; 1 


12 


41 


)» 


1 F. & Fl. 


- 




Lobos, (in the i - - - - | Buildinq. 
point 






T5 


1 F. 


12 


52 


Fort point , 37 48-5 122 27-0 Fog-btU, struck by machinery, 

1 an<l a Fog-horn sounded every 
5 minutes. 






V. Hancock. 


1 F. 
I F. 


14 
22 


160 

2.S() 


Alcatras Island '• 37 49-5 122 24*3 Fog-bell, struck by machinery. 
Pitch of Cape, ; 40 lO'O 124 2 Fog-bell, struck by machinery. 
Columbia Hiver 






HcMIiULDT 

Haruouk. 
(Jrt'scent City. 


1 F. 

1 F. & Fl. ev. 
1^ mill. 


12 

14 


53 

80 


N. side of entr. 

Seaward extr. 
of island point, 
forming snutli- 


40 46 1 124 12-2 

41 44 124 11-4 

1 

1 


12 '- 


.-).', 










ern and west- 
ern sides of 
Harbdur 


i 
1 








L'.MI'gi'A RiVKK. 


1 F. 


l.^> 


100 


Oil the South 
Hands, at the 
entr. to the 


43 40-3 124 11-1 


Lonbtful ; believed to lie discon- 
tinued. Was hghted in 1858. 

1 














river. 


1 






■Shoalwater Bay. 


1 F. (fianh. i 


14 


85 


Tdke lit., north 
pt. (jt the liay 

1 


40 44-2 

i 

f 


124 2-4 


1 







.■.1-'s\--V 



^\ f 

;i I 



I 



f : 



:.:< 1.1 



■•■|. :| 



m 






W 



ii 



m '■ 



U'8 



LIGHTS AND TIDES.— Wi:sT COAST oF NoltTH AMKHK'A. 



1. i. 2 

I 

Niiiuf of Nil. (p| I^JLihts, 

Light. 1 (.iiariU'tiT, k^. 



3. 4. 

>> |Hri-l.t 

:3 of liiglit 

^ I almvi' 

^ |tlu' N'Jl, 



Wlicrt' pliiui'il. 



Lit 



6. 

I'oHition. 

LoIR 



llKMAKKH. 



Juan do Fuca 
Strait. 

('. Flaitkiiy. 



N\\v Duiiguiiuss. 

I'llNT hl.ANIi. 

I'ligi't SiPimd. 



O f 



1 F. 



1 Iti'V. i\. iiniii. la 



British 
Columbia. 

i!.\(i; Islands. 



H.sciuiinalt. 



1 F. 



CapL' Buvry. 



1 F. 



17 



1 Fl. .v. lu .s. IS 



10 



vv. 

' 



Miles Fii-t. 

I j 

:.'(» I 1(53 Tat-mch island, 48 2.'»-;) 124 4;r8 

hi'^lu'rit jxiiiit, I 

,1 a miif N.W. 

iif tilt' ('ai_p(.' I 

14 1(K) N. indnf Sanil 48 11 12;{ CI 

Spit 



{to Highi'st jiart 

119 Admiralty Hd., 
WhidLiy Id., 



4S I9'2 122 no 
48 !C4 122 40-1 



lis ! On the Itwks 



To Fisgard iHland 
huinmit, S 
jwint 



8 


H. W. 


at 


I-". .V ( '. 



9. 



., c 



- r. 



11. M. ' Ft. 



48 177 12.'132-2 



S.F. Iiy (•;. .•{ .M-4 ^■al.lr'^l length | 
fr'Hii tile liglithc'U.si' is a icff, 
having o tVit mily tlu'ifmi. 



48 25-0 ; 12.1 27-2 .Shown (J, -mi wIut, luariiig 
! j between N. l-y E. '\ K, and N. 

1 I i W., Wh\U' 'from N. ', W. to 

j j N.W. hy VV. ', VV.. and H<-d 

I toward.s the Iliulionr r.r from 
I I N.W. hy VV. \ \V.. round by 

1 west to S. i F. I An arc of 220=. 
FiitraiiLf Island! 4!l l.*?-.'! 123 482 /Vo/mmt(/. 








8 


9. 


. w. 


•o& 


at 




ki\ 




— la 



M. ' Ft. 



APPENDIX. 

Lights established since the work went to press, making the List complete to April 30th, 1868. 



NaTnu of 
Light. 



2- 

No. of riiis'lits, 
Character, &c. 



3. j 4. 

p j Ilciglit 

3 !()f Light 

^ I abovd 

•^ the St'iv. 



0. 



Where i)iace(l. 



6. 

Ponition. 



l^at. Long. 



7. 



Rk.m.vhks. 



8. 


H. W. 

at 
F. & (.'. 



9. 



3 bin 



British Ids, 

l''iumimth. 

(Page 1) 



Corton. 

Cortoii (Lt. V.) 
(Page 5) 
Whittiiii Ness 
(Liglit Vessel.) 
(I'age ()! 
North .Shields. 

(Page 7; 



IF. 

2 F. lifd. 
Alteration. 

2 F. 

ll[)l)er White 
Lower BkI 

I V. n>d. 



Miles; Feet. 
3,5 



87 
37 



DoUL'las, Isle of I I F. Rrd. 

Mail. (I'agel3)j 
Skerries, I 1 F. Alteration. 

(Page 14 



Smalls. (Page 1,5 1 1 F. .Alteration. 



Swansea. 1 F. 

(Pag(- l.")i 
Kathlin rsland. 

(I'ivge 18) 

<'uli I'uK'k. ! 1 Fl. ev. l,js. 

(Page -JO) ^ 

Hlaek.'^iil Point. • I F'. 
(Page H))i 



.SgiMV Maoile. 1 Pvev. ev. min. 

(PaL"'!!): 



Baltic. I 

SjMitshierg. i Alteration. 

iPage27)j 
Ma.se,skar. |1 ^. Red. 

(Page 28)1 



1^ 
10 

14 



Colberg. 

(I'age 31) 
Kalinar Sound. 
(Page 3.5) 



IF. 

2 F. 



r>to8 

titoS 



141 

37 

73 



215 



St. .Vnthony's 
l>t. lighthouse 



Near ITnptnn 
Church 



N. F. ^ide of 
.shoal 

North Pier 

North Pier-head 



N. 



W. 



Pier Extension 

Works 
Altacorrv Ht^.ad ,55 18'2 



6 10-7 



f)n the rock 



51 .34 -2 i 10 14-3 



Blaeksod Quay, 1.54 5*9 i 10 3-() 



W. siile, entr. 
to Placksod 
Bay 
On the rock 



114 On the rock 



.);) ,5'_'-0 



.58 5-8 



Ea.st mole 

Harhour 
Ut (irunden 



of j .54 11-3 
I 50 li>-l 



5 40 :. 



i;. 

11 20 



15 33 6 



10 lG-1 



ViBihle from seaward between 
N.N.E, !, E. andN. bv E. i E. 
Only seen from 2 cables to the 
eastward of Manacles P,ock. 

When in one, N.W. by N., le.ad 
through Corton (Jatway. 

Ilemoved 1 0-10 miles N.N.E. 
i E. of her former [xisition. 

Vessels in rounding should pass 
northward of her. 



Tanjiorary. 

From S.S.E toS.E. \ S., masked 

to cover the East Platters Pock. 

A Ii<d light shown from E. :J S. 

to F;. by N. i N. covers the 

Ethel and Coal Hooks. 
Shaded l{<>d from W. .', N. to 

N.W. .|. W. to cover the Hats 

and Parrel Shoals. 
T'lniKirary. 

An IS-ponnder (4un is fired 
during fogs at intervals of 20 
minutes. 



White when lieanni; from N.E. 

round north and west to S.W. 

i-y iV. Red from S. W. by \V. to 

s. V,'. \ S. Tower 41 feet high. 
1 liwtant about 2 miles, S. E. by E. 

from the entrance of Lowlaud- 

iiian Pay, in ,Juva. 



This light now Hashes every 15 s. 

Near Karringo Pilot-station. 
Tower 72 feet high, aii<l colored 
lied. About 55 yards to the 
Eastward are three houses, two 
painted White and one Red.- 



Moored 4-10 of a mile S.W. of 



H. M. 



the reef. A Fog-bell. 




vrn^ 



■\M 



130 



LIGHTS AND TIDES.— Al'I'KNblX. 



Ui 



i : 

{ 



' ■ V 




1. 




2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


Niitiit' (if 


N f Liglits, 

« 'liarai'tcr, &e. 




ileiglit 
ofl.iKlit 

aliove 
the Sea. 


Wliere [ilaeed. 


Posit 
Lat. 

1 


ion. 


Rr.MARKS. 


M. W. 

at 
F.&C. 


.2 5 


Liglit. 


Umg. 














N. 


K. 














Mik'M 


Fe.'t. 




' 


' 




». M. 


Ft. 


WtiriiiHo. 


Alteration. 






• 


- 


• 


TluH light doeH not now tihow 






(Page 32; 
















AV(/, bnt in Whit, from S.W. i 

VV. Iiy Month and east to N. 
1 1,' 






Norway. 
















N •'• 






l'nust..(l'iii;c;iS. 


- 


■ 


- 




- 


- 


- 


Lighthonse hnrnt down. 






France. 














\V. 








I'liitfJiu (losMin- 


2F. 




8or 


2(J 


Near the S.W. 


48 .^'ICi 


2 1 7-. 


A l''ogd)eIl. VcHHel JH IVnck\ 


t; 


;j.-. 


(lUilT.SI l,t. V.) 






10 


;«» 


extremity of 






with skeieturi hall of Hame color 






(IV'-tl) 










the hank 






at each inaMt-head. 






Uives. (Page 44) 


2 F. 


A'../. 




7 


148 
10 


Siiinniit of He'i- 
zeval Hill and 
Foot of Heu/.e- 
val Hill 


49 17 7 


.")-2 


The towers, 105 yanln apart, 
sitinite on the right liank of the 
Hiver DiveH. When in one, 
hearing N. 12° 40' \V., (true) 
tiiey lead into the channel of the 
l>ort. Lower liglit will not he 
shown until there are 0} feet 


11 30 


21 


Portugal. 
















water in the channel. 






Opolto. 


1 F. 


Whil>: 


8 




In the old tower 


• 


- 


New lighthon.se to he built. 






(Page r>l) 


Provisional. 












Probably now building. 






Spain. 














i;. 








l'aliiini>8 Bav. 


1 F. 


li,d. 


10 


74 


MolinoPt., east 


41 50-1 


.'{ 8 5 








(I'ag'f -.7) 


1 1". 




.") 


;w 


.side of i*ahinio.s 
Hay 
On the Mole 












Mediter- 
















• 






ranean. 






















Port (,'aiuiigli. 


1 F. 


n.,1. 




2.1 


S. end of Mole 


- 










(Pag.- (i\) 






















West Coast of 






















Italy. 






















Civita Vccchia. 


. 


. 


22 


. 


. 


- 


- 


This light is now visible from a 






(Page CI; 
















distance of 22 miles. 






Fiumicimi. 


2F. 




4 


20 


50 yards froir 


. 


- 


Substituted for the Revolving It. 






(Pagi'61) 






each 




North Mole- 
head, the other 
28 yards from 
extremity of 
S. Jetty 












FiuiTiaraGrande, 


1 F. 




15 


88 


San Michele 


41 44-5 


12 152 








or Ostia. 










Tower, about 












(Page 61) 










1 mile from S. 
jxiint of entr. 






♦ 






. 










to river 












Anzio. (Paged) 


1 Rev. ev. min. 


15 


no 


On the CajK! 


41 2(5 -7 


12 37 3 


The tower is round, and built on 




















a house in the old battery called 






















(iregoriana. 






Port Anzio. 


1 F. 


Red. 


.•? 


2;j 


On the wall at 
the iM)int of 
tht Mole 


" 




Substituted for the It. mentioned 
on page (Jl. 






Mount Circello. 


1 F. 




17 


124 


.\djoining a 


41 i3;i 


13 4-1 








(Page 01) 










houHeinCervia 
Battery 













LIGHTS AND TI D ES.-AI'I'KNDIX, 



l.ll 



8. 


9. 


1. w. 


"3 Sj 


lit 


^s 


\fiV. 


«.-F 



I. M, 



() (i 



it ;»!» 



Kt. 



•21 



Numi' of 
Light. 



3. 



No. dl' IjiglitH, 
( 'liiiriictiT. Ai'. 



3. 


4. 




Ilt'iirlit 


1 


of l^iglit 


ullOVt' 


> 


the Swi 



WhtTc phvcuil. 



6. 

I'oMiti 



Ut. 



liiuliiio. 



\Iilaz/o. 

(I'agf CA) 

St. Catalilo. 

C'aiiu Kiitivkolo. 
(I'age 07) 



Triiioli.{l'ai{e73 



•2 V. 



Mik'H 
4 



Alteration. 



I V. 



OorT 



Vvvt. 
15 



Indian Ocean. 

l)oMl)lf l.sland. i F. 
(I'ugo 83) 



<Jhittagong. 

( Page 82) 

New Cale- 
donia. 

port of France. 
(Page 90) 



United States 

.Shovelful Shoal 

(Light Vessel.) 

(Page 103) 

West Coast of 
N. America 

Fraser Kiver. 

(I'agel'28) 



19 



2 Lts. F. 
(Vertical.) 



1 F. 



20 



Alteration. 



1 F. (Light V.) 



11 



.»(» 



1 Pa'V..v.L'inin. 17 I4!» 



Alteration. 10 



38 
30 



I()4 



N. 

FirHt near ex- 41 17 
trenie of Mike, 
west of Porta- I 
tore Canal ; 
the other 30 
yardu from ex-' 
treniity of | 
Dike, east of 
the ( anal ' 



Fntranceofthc 40 23-4 

port I 

South |.oint of 37 38 

Peninsula, 

forinin;; Ka^ 

tokolo Hay 



Uanikine Islet 



I 



On the Island, 



13 5-2--y 



Norman Point '22 IM 



S. 
Ainedee Islet ! 22 287 



Moored in 20 
fnis,, about 
.\ mile from 
tae lireakers 
of the shoal 



Sand Heads 



N. 

49 3-.-) 



Long. 



Rkmakkm. 



8. 

H. VV. 

at 
F.*('. 



9. 



13 91 



18 19 



21 18-8 



97 36 T) 



91 .-)2 



ICO 27-."> 



W. 
123 17-3 



Sulmtituted for lights meutionitl 
on page 02. 



H. M. 



Light removed to the distance vA 
12! ft. from the extremity of 
the jetty. 



A faint light will ho seen for \\ 
mill, followed liy a total eclipse 
for i(».(, s., a /(/•'///(' tlash for 9 s., 
and a total eclipse for lO.i s. 

The Hid light has lieeii elianged 
to WUiti'. The lii'l light in the 
Citadel of Tripoli has been ex- 
tinguished. 



Visible when bearing from about 
N. :{ \V. round by east to S.S. F. ; 
the former bearing jiasses \ mile 
westward of Kalegouk Island, 
and tiie latter 1.'^ miles westward 
of the Patch Buoy, otl' Amherst. 
A stiip of light shows from the 
Patch Huoy eastsvard as far as 
AmheiMt Point. 

When 3 miles from the light, 
anchcu' and wait for a jiilot. 
Geographical position nnciytain. 



Serves as a mark for the entrance 
to the Bulari Passages, south- 
ward of the Port. The light is 
seen round the horizon, but a 
vessel should be careful to ap- 
proach it, between the bearings 
ofN. byE. and F.N.E. 

Removed 1 J miles from her former 
position. Monomoy lighthouse 
bears N. by E. Shovelful Spar 
Buoy W.N. W., and Handker- 
chief Lt. V. S.W. byW. 



Moored in 10 fatlioms. 



Kt. 



I !.-> 



l.-i 



« 30 i 7 to 10 



LONGITUDES FROM GREENWICH, 



i! 







*-;■ ' 


^''\i 




''■i.v'l 


■ 


i^-! 




',,:;l 


1; 




il.l 



.«.'■! 




J!] 



These /*rt.<(7/(//i*' ((;■( '/'//(-)• well determined Meridiam, or no nearly loell determined, tluit they may in the future require tnit u oen/ 
■smiill correction : hence. th< majority of them .iniii he uml a-f the liani.t of oliierrotions in rorniinrj out meridian dixtaneex. 

The Longitudes in thifi wo7-k are re/erred to these meridians. 



Sail Fonirtiiilo, Cadiz iOhairratory) X.A. 

(.'oniiuia {Fort Antonio) C.T. 

Lifilmii iOliscri'iitory) V.T, 

Pfi'iiaiiilmco iFort Picoo) . 

liid J.iiu'iro (/'or^ Villeijaijnon) , 

Miiiiti' Vi(lei) {Cii.itini} Uoiae) . 

V>Ar)rAAos \ Fart Heckirith) ' . 

Marti'.iicjiK' (Fort St. Lmiis) 

Triiiiilad i Jfaf-Moon Fort] 

Anti^wi (Fart Jome.'i} 

St. (.'hnsto])lu'r {Hoxfieten-e Church) . 

St Hartlii'liiiiu'w (/•'bW (>«<■«>•) . 

Halifax {Dockijurd Ofmer rotary) 

Santa Cruz (Iauxjs Oiiserratary) 

St. Tlioiiia.'' {Flirt ('hri-ttiiin) 

Santiaj,'!! de Cliilo (( llwrrctorn) X.A. 

( 'aiiil)ridj.'i', M.assachii.sett.s, V .f^. {(Jlifiervatory)'! \ 

i.)\w]H'c: lOli.sfrriifiiri/ ill < 'llinlil) 

\'al]iarais()* (/'(*/■/ .Son Antonin) CT. 

Wasliiiigtor., r.S. {< ihxervotory) N.A. 

raiiaiiia"(fV(/A, -/,•„/) ('.T. .• ' . 
( hai'lt'stoii, l'..S. id'ililiis (jl/nf-rrotury) 
(.'ajie Florida (Aslrononiicid Station, U.S. 
Co. Surrey) ...... 

Savanuali (Fjxhaniie, .... 

Feriiaiidiiia (Aiitrjnoinicul Station, i'.S. 
Cii. Surreij) . ..... 

Sand Ki-y, Flor'da, T'.S. Co. Siir. 

Havana {.Mnro LiiihthoH.ii) 

( cdar Key, Florida (/^'/'o^ Key) V S. Vo. Sur. 8.'{ 

.St. Mark's. Luni.siaiia, IS. Co. Sur. 

Mohilc liav [Flirt .Ml, njan) F.S. Co. Sur. 



(I'ri.^idiu < >li>ierriif<irij] V 
\ Astrnininiicdl .Stiitioii) I' 
\ A-itronoiniciil Station) ( 



Sail Francisco 

Co. Sur. 
Luiiiini isjaii'l 

e'o. Sur. 
Point Hudson 

Co. Sur. ..... 

'I'ahiti. I'oiiit VcHus, Pacific Ocean C.'J'. 



S. 






/ 


It 


f) 


12 


IG-,-) 


8 


•)•> 


41 


y 


"s 


;<(i 


:u 


4!t 


28 


4;{ 


(> 


,-)l 


;■)() 


10 


4 


.")!• 


.■{(1 


4") (I 


CI 


4 


1.-) 


•il 


,'{0 


.S() 


(>l 


.-.1 


21 


()2 


42 


55 


(i2 


ni 


<; 


(13 


Xt 


15 


(54 


41 





ti4 


Oi") 


40 


70 


as 


14-.-) 


/)71 


7 


22-5 


71 


12 


15 


71 


'M 


\\\ 


( / 


:i 





7!l 


:n> 


i:{ 


7'J 


"){} 





80 


'.) 


24 


81 


Tj 


It) '8 


81 


27 


42-8 


8i 


52 


4:{ 


8-' 


22 


4 


8.'{ 


i> 


45 


84 


12 


;«» 


88 





25 


122 


21 ; 


15 


122 


4<» 


.•}(> 


122 


44 


:{,'{ 


14!) 


2!) 


10 



W. Pari.s {(dixfrratorif) N.A. 

Amsterdam (IIW .S7(>'/>/(') CT. . 
i liriisucls (O/wnvt^ojv/i N. A. . 

.•\ltoii;i iOlMcrratory) N'.A. 

CoiH'idiagcn (^'/(/(vc.s7^//) X. A. 

Berlin [Olixirratory) X.A. 

Na]ile.s [Capo di .Monte} 1 A. 

''iisaln (Acw Unicer.-'itij)'ii.A. 
! Stockliolm (Ohnerratory) "\^.A. 
j Cape of ( iood Hoiie ( 0/w)■(y(^>r>/) . 
! Aho (Old (Hi.'ierrotoni) V.'l'. (I8'G2i 
i Helsingfors (tihsercatory) X.A. 
f Potershury {Acodoiny of Science^) N.A. 

Xieoladf (0//,^'v•!•((^*^//l N.A. 

Arkhangel (yV;/(;///)'c.T. (I8C2) . 

St. iJenis, lieuiiioiii//o(r)-«Hi^rt< 7/o.)C.T 

Malie, Seychelles .... 

I'ort Louis, .Mauritius {Okser calory) 
' Vtiituhiiy (OliMirciiliirii) . . . . 

MmIv.is (( /li.ii-rcoftiri/^ }i.A. 

Calcutta (/•'(//•/ Wiliiom Flayxtaj)) . 

W'liiiUjX I Fort Cornicollix) 

Siniiaiiore (Fort FiiUrrton) 

Saigon \< di.tiri'atory) C.T. 

Hatavia iOlMircolnrip .... 

Hong Kong ( WeHimiton Batte^ij) . 

.Swan liiver. tSciilCn Jetty) 

Manila ■ ' 'nthidral). .... 

Melliolinie (^N'cf 0/;,vf)vv/to*7/) X.A. 
Sydney I '^/wC/'K^ti;-//) X..\. 

Xe\v C.-iledonia, Port do France (Furt 

F/oyxta/t C. T. (I8(J()) 
Xew ( 'aledoiii.i, (Kiniii , or Isle of Pines, 

■111 in III it) <J.'r. I ISOG) .... 



2 


20 


9-5 E 


4 


53 


3 


4 


22 


13-5 


9 


50 


32 


12 


34 


57 


13 


23 


52-5 


14 


14 


42-9 


17 


37 


30 


18 


3' 


42 


18 


28 


42 


22 


1()- 


.54 


24 


57 


43-5 


30 


18 


22-5 


31 


58 


40-5 


40 


'33 


41 


55 


30 


1 


55 


30 


9 


57 


29 


30 


72 


48 


4 


80 


14 


19 


88 


19 


40 


100 


20 


10 


103 


51 


18 


lot) 


41 


52 


1(H) 


48 


4 


114 


9 


14 


115 


45 


30 


120 


57 


22 


141 


58 


42 


151 


14 


57 


\c,a 


27 


.> 


lii7 


2s 


lo 



X.A. stiinds for Nautical Almanac, 18(i7 ; C.T. f>r (Joniiaissauee des Temps, I.S(;7; F.S. Co. Sur. for liiited 

States Coa.st .Survey. 

* This is :. e determinatii'ii of Hon Carlos Moesta, Director of the N.itionaH >liseiv;itoiy at Santi.iuo de (hile, (Idluced liy 
iiieiiis of Kleetric Telegra)'li from that OliHervatory. It 'lilleis only 47" from tlu' Koiij^ritmh- ~\° ;{,S') ailopted in the 
.\diiiiralty Ch.irts, and upon which all the Loiigitudis of places on the \\'e.-,t l oast of Siii;;h \iiierica depend. The 
LnM).'itude of till' ( (liservalorv at Santiago is the result of 70 ohservation.s liy moon culminating stars made at the end 
of 1.^52 witli tlie great mericlian circle. If the Longitude of this Observatory he correct, meridian distances measured liy 
chronometers ii'cim N'alparaiso to Rio .Janeiro jilace the Oiiservatory in the lattir city in Long. 4.3° 3' .'{9", and con- 
seipieiitly Fort VillegaLSnon in Loiiu. 43^ 2' 4!>". M. .Mouchez has ado]ited, after !i greiit numher of oliservations, 
VA' (■(' 51" as the Longitude of Fort N'illegagiioii, and lia.s euijiloyed this as the meridian for hi.s survey of the Coast of 
' ;',<zil. iiov.' in progress. See an interesting note on thi.s suliject in the ('iiiiiiniKiiiiicr des Tiinps, IS(t7. 




14 

;<() 

■J'2 
42 

■)7 



LIGHTS AND TIDES.— 



133 




2. 

No. of Lights, 
Character, &u. 






4. 

Height 

of Light 

above 

the Sea. 



5. 

Where iilaced. 



6 

Posi 


tiou. 


Lat. 


Long. 



7- 

Kemakks. 



8. 

H. W. 

at 
F. & C. 



9. 



= it) 



/ ..Vy^/<^.^ 



Miles 



Feet. 






H. M. 




^'^JjHl^.^ 



Ft. 



|(> 



mil 



,2i.. 1 f 



.. 




l:!l 



LIGHTS AND TIDES. 



1. 


2. 




3. 


4. 


NilllH' III 

Light. 


\(i. of L 
I'haiacto 


Ullts, 


'.2 


Height 

of Light 

iibove 

thoSfii. 



Wlu'iv piaeeil. 



Mile* Feet. 



I'ositioii. 
Lilt. I Long. 



O I* O 



I1k\i.\i;k>. 



8. 


9. 


H. W. 

ivt 
F.&C. 


- SC 

.2-n 



H. M. 



Ft. 



1 !t 






! I 



i!i 



LIGHTS AND TIDES.— 



136 



8. 

H. W. 

iit 
V.kC. 



H. M. 



9. 

' = a, 






2. 

No. ot' Lights, 
Chiu'actcr, &<■. 



3. 


4. 


i? 


11. ght 




nfljght 




illlDVO 


^ 


the Sea. 



5. 



Wlierc itlaoeil. 



Miles Feet. 



6. 

Position. 



Livt. 



Long. 



7. 



Kkm.vhk>- 



Of o / 



8. 


H. W. 


at 


F.&C. 



9. 



o £o 



H. M. Ft, 



am 



1 :{(; 



LIGHTS AND TIDES. 



>saine ot 
Light. 



No. lit' LiL'lit.s, 



Cli 



L'tlT, &t 



Hfiglit I 
iifLidit 



tht'Swi. 



Wl 



U'lV ] 



iliici'd. 



6. 

I'lisitiuii 



Lilt. 



.ng. 



Kkm.iuk- 



8. 


9. 


H. W. 




at 




F.&C. 


*'* z^ 




~ X 



Mill 



Feet. 



H. M. 



I''t. 



P'i 



i^^,^a(&;,gBB^»^?f ■^^"'^f^' 



8. 


9. 


n. w. 




at 


X ■? 


I'.&C. 






"" x 



l-'t. 



INDEX 



TO THE 



LIGHTHOUSES AND LIGHT-VESSELS. 



N.li.— Tlie words in italics ^as U'hifc, lud, &c.) indicate tlio roluw of tlm Li;,'litliou.se or Liglit- vessel. 



.\AiirNK.\A, 28 
I , Aall>ek, :;7 
{■ AalesLiluls, 38 
Aaiiiuus, "iS 
Aaici, i:^ 

Maco, Hole in tlio Wall, K",l and IVki/e, 122 
Little (iuaii. I Cay, C'ircuJar s'ljnc, 122 
,jf Al.l.'s St., head, White,' f> 

Aberdeen (Shore liglits), H7</fr, 'J 

Al)i-rvrae'li, -iO 

Abei'vstwitli, !;■) 

Abrijilio.s island, 12.') 

Ml. eoMi, brick, lOi,* 

.\. apulcii, 127 

Al.laide, Austnilia, Stj 

Ailrii, light vessel, AV(/, 7'.' 

A'i|i.'i«il liglit vessel, 71 

Aiiuiially head. White, 12S 

Asiour liver, \'J 

Adia point, fii 

. laoskjol)ini;', 23 

\:;d.', ;'i7 
Al; letias, OS 
A-ci-so, 2'J 
A-L:er 'jliaii, light vessel, 2ij 

\;nr< St. iScilly), Whil'\ 1 
A, 'Oil I., Ihidikswall, ^5 

N^iiilas, jHiit, [} I 

\.i;liri.. lajM', Red and While liaiids, "8 

/liiorcdlo.- ihict, ."i.J 

\i.;ui's Moitus, 5S 

.^ i,n:illon point, 4S 

\illy eapr, 1 1 

A.r poiiii, K. lJ)oo, /i'((/ and Wliite in bands, 
liori/.oiitaily, 11 

Ail i.lor, capL', 72 

\:/.i.r. i;; 

-\i.oio, >4uif, 5',' 

Vi.ka, ;:; 

Ailieit, Austr.ilia, White, 8S 
Alrantara point, 12 1 

Ai.'.ilras i~laiid, San Francism, While, J27 
AI(i(M'ney, 2, 12 
■.!■,'! an/a island. 7ij 
Al.'xandrel'.a, 7o 
\li\audria, 71 
Mia |iirs do Toitosi, 50 
\igi.uiras, 52 



Alfonso, I'hilip]iines, 84 
Algier, 75 
Alu'oa bay, 7S 
Algnada reef, 82 
Alicante, 55 
Alipey, While, &'J 
Alistro, 5t* 
Al Khuzenuis. 75 
Al Kbtlb roekf, 71 
Al Kaluh, 74 
Almeria, iron, lieeei>, 54 
Alpieok point, 45 
Als. 28 
i Altea, 55 
Altaoorry 111 ad, Kathlln i' and, IS 
Aniastra. 7'. 
Amelia island. Wliit', llil 

,. ,, (North iSeacons, Ii7H''t 

lied), lie. 
Amherst point, ^Maulinain river, S3 

fort, St. John's. ti2 
Amlwch port, 14 
Amour point, Wliite, 1*2 
Amur river, While. >•{] 
Anatolia point, ljla^;k sea, 7'^ 
Ancona, ii5 

AiideiKes, Red, tower, 30 
Andrea St., island, <)4 
Andrew, port St., Wliiie, OS 

Andrew's. St. (pier, liloe!.. with Wliii', to]> 

Andios island, (i7 

Aiigelo, San, 02 

Anguila, Vl'l 

Anns, St., point, Milford haven, Whit'.. 1 

Ann. ci'-iie, L'.S., Ureij, stone, lUl 

Anna, Saata, White, "l24 
I Anhi/lt island, 27 
I Annan river, 12 

I Annisipiani, Wigwam point, ilVi/'t, lul 
I Aiijcr (.lava), St()ne, 8;! 

.\iinapolis, stripes, vertically. OS 

-\nlbony, St., point, l''alinoMtli, Wliite, 1 

AntiliLs", 5'i 

, Antonio, San, caiie (Cu'oa), ivnie di paints 
' ■ it, 121 

,, (Spain*, 55 

i Anstriilher. .s 

Antieo-ti Hland, 03 

V 



j Antigua, 121 

1 Antivari, cape, CO 
Anzio, 01 and 130 

' .^penrade. 28 
Apple river, cape Capstan, White, OS 
A.rendal, Sandvig-odder entrance, 30 

I -Vrcaehon basin, 40 

I Aransas pass, lleoien, 110 

' Arbroath, (h'cy, stone, 

' Ardnaniurelian, stone, 11 

1 Arichat harbour, White, 07 

I Ardros.saii luer, White. 12 

' Arkona, White, stone tower, in three stoiies 

; 31* 

I Arklow light vessel, 17 
I Armegoii shoal, 81 

Arosa island. 51 
and ; Aranniore island, While, 10 
: Aracan river. 82 
1 Ardrishais, 11 

Ardghiss,~18 
! Argostoli. 00 
' Ar/.ew. 75 

Asinara i.-laiid and gulf, Ou 
! As.-ateague island, ]\'hi!e, 110 

A^senR, 28 

Athens, t)7 

Athol island. 122 

Aucanada, .^^ajorca, 50 
1, S Auckland, Ou 

Audierne, port, 40 

Angusta, Sicily. 03 

,, fort, Jamaica, 121 
5 Angu.--tine, St., U.S., Il7((''t, 110 

Auskerry, Orkneys, V) 
' Aveiro, 51 

Aviles, 50 
' Avatthka gulf, 80 
' ^Vvlona bay, Cui 
i Avon river, Whitt , 10 

! Ayr, Scotland, 12 

' Avre island, Minorca, 50 

I Ayre point (Man), 13 
'd on Azores. 70 



I'.aago island, 28 
r.aba, cape, OS 



i;3s 



I.NDKX. 






L' 







il 

i4 



T.aliouslikin point. Si) 

liiiociiiifu islaiiil, lirirk, ;'l! 

I'>:iclv rivor, 1 1 1 

I'ai'caro noint. Nnv:i Scutia, Wli'li', with a 

JHod- l.all, !i7 
P.;u'"ii.). C.-J and l.".l 

l>a'.,aiiia bank (Man>. ligiit vessi'l, 7i'((^, I'S 
'I'aliia lie Cailiz I'ay, Cuba, W/iitc, 1'2'2 
I'aliia, or S. Salvalltw. W'Ini'. 125 
r.aia, ()•-• 

T.ailiv. Duliliu l?ay, 117/ (7c. 17 
liakcr's island, Mt. 1 »o.seit iskand, 117///,. 00 

„ Siilem, U.S., W/ii',, ini 
llalanilia liead, Huit', 121 
r.al.inos, -IS 
Haly strai", S3 
HalliiTj'uMn, 17 
lialt'aivs ishinds, "i;') 
liald liead (caito F;;ar), W/i!'r, 11 ( 
llaliycotlin, A'd/ ])r.iicctin<,' galjijiy, and ui> to 

tlic Iiottoni of laiiturn sa.sli, 17 
i'.anir. 

I'.anka strait, 84 
r>antry bay, lioan.'arrii,' islainl, H7<(<( with 

]U(I belt, 211 
Banjoewanj;if, Java, b3 
r.arancas, Pensai'ola (beacons, W!ittr), 117 
Harbaiios. S. point. /i((/ and )17(/^ banii.-', J . 

Carlisle bay, 12ii 
Harba Xegra, 12 J 
IJarcelona, .")7 
llauubo. )ilatoau do la, 47 
3>arlKUa, Santa, ''Vii/, 127 
Dardsoy island, W/titt, sipiare towtr, 15 
liarHi'ur cape, 42 
ifar-L's d'Olonne, 48 

Dark I'') ' 

liarlotta, t)5 
I'laniuci'o, .")1 

P.aniegat skoals, ?r/i(Vrai)l HftJ, 100 
llarnstable, U.S., Sandy Neck. H7/!«,, 102 
15, lira liL-ad. stone, 1 1 
II irrataria bay, ]\lilii, llS 



Tartiett's ruis^', liglit 

>trcak, 105 
IJason of Mir.es, OS 
Bassas roef, 81 
Cassani;i. oj 
liass Harbour head. W'/c'c, '.>[ 



A, ni.>d; Whlti 



rive' 



Whik, lOL 



r:,,l, II.-, 



Ha.stia, 50 

I'.astii island, 3'^ 

r.atabano, Cuba, 121 

liatavia. 8". 

liatli, ^outb r.uvclaiid, 'I'-j 

ijatoum hay, 72 

Uattory hcacon, i 'Larloston. U.S., i>-oii 

Jlfiiiiz'.'.l, 115 
l!ay, .Savamiali. 'I'on shaft, bro 
Bavona, or L'iun island, 51 
l'.ay,,u St. dohn. H7</7,. 118 
Utai'li p'litit, I'libnico, n7<//,.07 
Bearhy head, 117,,/,, « 
Bear island, .Maine, //,</, HO 
Beam cape. 5" 
Beaver tail, ^rainte, lo) 

islands, 117,/',^, with 
i'ii_ai;ni:iris, 11 
r.e-' dii l!az. I'i 
-BeJe pie bay, O'j 



shaft, 



h Iv.o /;/,„:/.■ halls, 07 I'.lytl 



Bees St., l.'cad, 117,,7,, ]?, 

Vieeves, rivor Sliannon. 20 

lleirut cape, 7'5 

Bel-.Vir point, lieimioii, 78 

Heleiii, 52 

r.ell rock, HVz/'c, 8 ' 

I'.elf.ist bav, IS 

Belize, 12:i 

Bellavista cape. Sardinia, 00 

B. He ('basse, 01 
,. lie, 47 

Isl ■, Labrador, ]V/iilr, 02 

Bender Mivkli, 72 

Benghazi, 74 

l!e<p;ot port, 42 

Bengut cajie, 74 

Berbiee harbour. 124 

Berdiaiisk, 72 

Burdoun island. (17 

Uerezaii, 71 

Bergen. Xorw.iy, oS 

Ber. 1) iioint. U.S., I'rcin-ii. 108 

Ber iiu.'t;, 51 

Bernuuias, Gibbs" hill, U7(/7,. 70 

Berr-.- cape. 128 i 

Bervll'.r 4li I 

licrwicK stone, 7 t 

"' ssiii, port en, 43 ! 

•i:'iulio point, (!(! I 

■ iarritz, 10 [ 

Bic |:: island, '.I'/V//, stone, 03 ; 

Bif lo:- .i.. 73 

Bidelord harbour. T17,,7< (high liyht). 10 

Midstoii. ston<', 14 i 

Big Fish island, Tusket river, 117, (7(, 07 

I'-iVbao. 50 
I Billingsgate i.sla,;d, •\\'elHlcet. U.S.. /.',,/, 102 
I r)ilo.\i^ 117, i7,, 117 
'Biiiic i>ort, 41 
, I'.i.irnhabbeii, (dand. ]]'/>, ir, 35 

J5iorii rock, octagon. A',.'' and 117/,'/, ab'ive 
balcony. 85 

Bird islands. Algoa bay, pyramidal. H7','/( 
with a Jlliirl- belt ill centre. 78 
I '■ island. Sippiean, U.S., H7((7,, 101 
i " island, IWetoii sland, 00 
I " rooks, ..Magdalen island, 03 

B)ishop roeli, stone tower, 1 
I ,, South, 117,//,, 15 

Bislio|i atul < 'lerks shoal, ///•,_,/. 1('3 

lliurii. 34 

Bjornebcrg, 3 1 

lilaek water light vessel. 17 

lilauk rock, Jrelaiid, JJar/i stone, 10 
,, harl.our, l".S., loO 

,, point. 117,//,', 08 

Blackistoiie island, W'/iitc. 112 

Bl.-icksod point, squATC, Jtcddhli 0'r<;i. }[' C\. 120 

I!!ai,'e St.. cajie, 78 

Klaiico ca]ie, Jvi.'a island, 55 
.M:ijoi-ca, 5'', 

Blanche point, Hyere.s, 5) 

I'.lankenlM-rg, 21 

Bias St., capo. 11-7, //,, 117 

m.ive, [lort de, 40 

r.|.."ck islai„l. 117// , 105 

liluiit i.daid, ir/,//, , 128 
yth, ir, //, . 7 

Hoar's hi" d, bay of Fmidy, U7,//t dwcllinL'- 1 
house. ' 

B'lca- I'JigM.o harbour. 81 



Bodies island, H7,//(, 112 

Hogelise, 28 

I'ogue, banks, bricl;, 11:1 

Hogwa, (1. of C'aiubay. 70 

llojiini, 125 

B(ik.'l Cay, 123 

Belivar, ]ioint, 117, //f, 110 

Honibay, 8(i 

I'.onibay Hook, W/iilr, 100 

Donah, 74 

D)Oiiaii, 35 

Donanza, 5si 

Donavista cajie, /.V(/ and While, vertically, 

Dion i''oiioa, U7t//r, 118 

Donifacio strait, 50 

Boiiita ]ioint, H7'//f, 127 

Boon iskind, (irtji, 101 

I'orda cape, 80 

Borkuni island, 25 

I'lornholni, ;il 

Borsilen, 23 

I'.iisch, 25 

Bo8|)horus, 70 

D)0.ston. U.S., the Xiiri' \s,' llvwn, sc 

pile, 102 
Botafoch i.sland, 55 
Bott.;, 27 

r.ouac cape, 74 . 

Boac, 58 
Bougie, 74 
Dioulogne. 43 
Bourzi, tower, 07 
Bov.ili Kalessi, I lardaiielics, 00 
IViwIer rock light vessel, Aic/c/, 112 
Bxiwling bay, 12 
Bozteiieh point, Sihouli, 72 
BriiniO island, Ycllnw tower, 34 . 
Bran sand ; high, /<'/(/('^• and 117 //f: low, 

and M'liitr. 7 
Brandy ]iots, brick, Drub, 03 
Brandywine shoal, Red, screw pile, 100 
Brant iioint, N.intuekct, Kvd, 103 

,, island .sho.-d, ITA//,', .screw pile, 113 
D.raye harbour, Alderney, 2 
Pirazos Santiago. 110 
Bi^ hat isle, II 
Dreinen light vessel, 25 
Breinerhaveii, 25 

Breiiton's reef, light vessel, SIvav, 104 
litest. 40 

Bressay, Shetlands. bricl.', 117,,'''. 10 
Breton island, Xova Scotia, 0(i 

,, ]iort, 48 
iirewster isl.-ind, B,ist'>i], U.S., H7,//r. loj 

, ., narrows, />,•,/,,■,/, 1'I2 

Bridgewater, .1 

,, cape, S7 

Bridge). ort, U.S., Il'/,//,-, 100 
Bridlington, ij 
Brielle harbour. 22 
Brighton, :! 
Driiiiiisi, 04 

Dristol ferry, II /,//,, M5 
Dri\hato, 2 

Dro.adhavi-'ii, ( Mdiiicashcl pi.iiir. .S',;,-' ' f. 
lirockway.-- le.ich, M7i,/,, lo-. 
Hroinielaw, (il;i,-gow, 12 
Drtuvveis haven, gat, 21 

rowii's head. W'li'ilc, lod 
Hruny cape, W'Irlii, ^\< 
l>rust<'r Ort, <M(:igoii:d /V"', ;;i 



/;. 



( i 



l.NDKX. 



i;;i' 



Vhilc, vertically, \'l 



/li'oi':'ii, ?;ci( ' 



Lta<l, 112 



■■r, :j.t . 

fid While-, low. i:< 

row pile, 1 00 
/<(/, 103 
Hcrew pill", 113 



, SI rati-, 101 
11 ■/,;'<. 10 

.S., 117, ,Vr. inj 



L(.(j 



I 



>ji, . S:i)i' ' v. 



Ur^LT i.^kiiid, While, OS 

BucllIMlllf.'S.S, 117,/^ stoiiu, 

IUkUIcjii Xcm.", nVuVf, 8 

Bufii Ayrc, Lacro point, White aud llid 

stripes, vertically, liilj 
Jlui'iiiis Ayres, TJO 

I'utl'alo liver, lied and H7((Vc bands, 78 
Buckliaveii, 8 
]')iii( livcf, 71 

BlILfin, ^i-J. 

rmholiiicii, :1S 

liuklve sound, 37 

Bulk, '2.6 

Bull bay, brick, lit 

liull sand, light vessel, Ikd, G 

Bur^liax bay, 70 

Bunas island, 81 

Burin island, !>2 

liuniliaiii, iipiier 1I7(// ; lower s(iuiuv, with 

Hl(it:k streak vertie^'ily, IG 
r.uriitislaiid, 8 

r.uriit island, U.S , Wlilr. lou 
lUiriii coat head, It7,/Vc, 08 
I'lUsaiiiga harbour, 81 
I'liisiii harbour, 81 
I'.uskar, 2S 
I'.usto capt;, ."i" 
lUitt of Lewis, While, 10 
I'lUzzard's bay, lUl 

( idialleria capo, ii6 

I aballo island, SI 

Caijfllo. puerto, 123 

( uria cape, Sardinia, Gu 

I 'ailaipKs, jj 

Cadiz, .VJ 

( aeriiarvon, lij 

Caudiari. 00 

< alaburia point, 5 1 
( 'alais, I'l ' 

(."ala {''igiiera ca[u.-, CO 

I 'aldora. 120 

Cddv island, While, IT. 

Calclla, 'h 

Ciili lock, Ireland, yi'((/, Ii7'/'( i,eU, 2'i and IJ',' 

Call' of Man. Il7<i/-. 13 

^alillo^ue. light vessel, a'm/, 11." 

< alieia, l(7t(7(. so 
Callao, 12ti 

<ayiot, liobi vessel, I'ed, 2 
TaKes- i.laiiO, ITA/'., lO'i 

• alvi. ;V.i 
(.'amariiilfas, ."■ I 
C'aniarat. cape 

Caniaiv le. or aiaaian, ."'S 

tainbahoe ban -, light Ve--<-!- H7((V(, il ■ 

I'anJiav ,ulf, ','.> 

CacMi^ii. 1:;m 

( . iilalton. 1 

I'll , tiell's i>.aiid. While, 1 I i 

< .l^,, ■ I,.. , V.:'. 

( ,.:i.p..).i.ll.. i ,nd, 117,7, with R,d cross, '.'■- 

1 ... ,d'c:i|r. 1(7;,',, ll" 
1 .1 ..,„. 11 

.1, ra. >',:> 

. I . :'i .,r.., ,Sw 

♦ ".:;. ,"!' 

ii;."i,ar point, Miuriiiii.^, 7.'^ 
' 1. .n [. .ini ^t. ri'Tie. Whli' . '.''-'i 
■ <' I • ica. H7,,7t and L'"/\ 1"7 



Canso gut, North entrance, Wh!l<, 00 

„ South entrance. U/hVc witlui y>7«c^' 

diamond, 00 
Canso capo, .striped Ji'ed aii<l l|7n7r, liorizon- 

Lally, 07 
Cantiek iiead, Orkneys, brick, Whili, 10 
(.'aiiton river, 81 
Cantire, J lull of, 11 
Caprara ca]ie, Sardinia, 00 
(Ja|)rai island, lil 
' 'aprera island, Sardinia, (JO 
I'apri island, 02 

Caravelle, Martini(iue, While, 120 
t'arhonara, cape, Oi> 
Carbon ca[)e, 71 
C.irdenas bay, Piedras Cay, iVhile tower on a 

iiiuise, 122 
Cardross, 12 
Cardiff. 1.") 
Cardigan bay, Wales, light ve.ss(l, lied, L' 

I'rince Miivvard Island, 00 
( 'arlingford, llaulbowliiie tower, 117,/',, l.^ 
Carlisle bay, Barbados, 120 
Carlisle port, 12 
Carniel mount, Syria, 73 
Carmen 'rernOiios do Lacuna, 123 
C.irrull i'o.'t, Briwui, 112 
Cartagena, ;" 1 
(Jartaya, i2 
Carteret cajie, 11 
Carthage cajie, 71 
Carysfoot reef, dark iioii pile. 110 
Carvoeiro ca|)e, ri2 

Cascuini)eci|ue, .Sandy island, 117,,'.',, O'l 
Cas(|uet.s, 117,(7,, 2, 12 
CasUe island, 1 22 
Ca.ssi,^, .".S 

t'.istle riiirkney. Yilbn'-. W'l 
Castlet<nvii, Man, 13 
Castellamar,', 02 
I Castrii's bay, H7(,7i. .>j 
I Castro I'rdiales, ."o 
Cataldo St.. iIJ au'! 1 3 I 
Catalina iiarliour, '.'2 
Calania, Sicilv. O.J 
Cat isl;uid, 1(7,,/,, 1 ." 
Caiharina, Santa, 12', 

t'alherine St., j'oiiit (1. of Wighli, ,s/.,„,. .; 
Cattero gulf, Oii 
Ca.\i"H, 7."i 
Ca ,k-0.'cq.'et, 1 I 
( 'iVN-ji ishum. '." 
> ■»veniie, 121 

<.\l\fU.S., 11 

Ca'. Sal. Iv'iEiaiuas. It/,.' iid lid. lU^ 

* e cafu', ."t 

Ce.-iia. Maco;i!" pi.ii.!. 1:^1 

(.■•■.icini. .'.1 

' rdai ...land, H /,,'.. lo,, 

Kuvs, Or'i i^, 117 
C-Oardyk- - 
'i epnaionu- .sl.-md. 07 
Cerig,., isiand. i'7 
t \:v\ ia, e,;, 

< Vsonalic, 0.") 

< '■■tte, .'.7 

I '■■e.V.i capi;, 7." 
( 'lianiinrs point, ■■'tone, 1' 
Chandeleur island, HV,.'- , , I ■ 
Chapel hill, licacon, 117.'.' h'/ 
ChaiMi-.aii lieaO. /'(,/. -rii'U oil. . ! 



Charles cape. While, 110 
Charleston, U.S., Ill 

Charlotte town, Mlocklioure point, 117 ,V('. 
Chassiron, l^i 

(.;h!'.thani harbour, U.S., H7u7(, lo:: 
Chateau d'lf, i.sic, 58 
Chateau jiort, 18 
Chausey islands, 11 
Chauveau i)oint, IS 
Cherbourg, 12 

Cherrystone inlet, White, screw pile, 110 
(.'hesaiieake bay, 110 
Chieo I'riorino cape, ;11 
Chieo bank, light ves.sel, 120 
< 'hiloe island, 120 
Chiape point, /JO 
t'hittaijiing river, 131 
Cliioggia, 0,") 

Choctaw point, :Mobilo. U.S., 117,/',. 117 
Christian ]'ass, .Mississippi sound, 117 
Cliristi.instind, Sta^-n;es, Vl/Ioi.: house, 33 
Christiana rivei', Delaware, While, 100 
(.'hristianso, or KriholiniH, round tower, 31 
Chri.stopher St., West Indies, 121 
Cliri.stovao Perceira, 12ii 
Christincstadt, 31 
Christiansund, Stavn.i-s point, 38 
Ciboux island, 00 
Ciolat, ,'S 

Cijirian, S.,.n (pRiiinsula), ol 
' Circelle. Mount, 130 
; Ciudad. la. i'li'^ 
I Civita X'ecehia, 01 and l3o 
' (^'lare island. Ireland, 117,//,^. \:' 
I Clark's po^nt, New I'.edfurd, U S.. H7,/'' . 1 
Cla> islaii.;, Ii7,,7,, 111 
Clew bav, i '.' 

Clopper's bar, (ialveston, 'J '•',, 110 
'CI.K'h vClydoi, While, 1 L 
Clyde ri\er. 11 
' Coast Castle, caiic 77 
Cobeciuid iitiy. OS 
t ',)C!inada, 82 
, C'lchin, .*-li 

('ochii]o.> bay, Pedras key, Beoten, 12. 
Cockle, light, vesstd, lUd,. ."( 
Caickspiir island. Il7,//t, 1 \o 
C.-eyman's bar, Hudson river, 117,/',. i'" 
t/od, cape, I'.S. i,liighlanilsi. Wi'ih, ii'2 
Codolar point. ."(,"> 

Cottiii isiand, Hid ,uid 117,,,', strii"-s < ^ , h 
znntallv, 07 
patchi <. l''loriil.'i reo.''. 110 
C(di:uiM;.\-. 117,,/,., 100 
I'.ilaba. !!/,/.■, , -II 
Colbeig, I'rus.^ia. 12 ' 
Co|,.!!i. ;7'0 
Colomiiu, si. 
Clonia. t;. riate. 120 
(.'of Tail. > p.rint. Xagua. CuOiU'' Villa Ni;i; 

pain:..'ti 111 it K 121 
( '.ilunO,;-ij.tcs rivi-i', .^.7 
(,■ .i.ipaiT ..Mp. , li'.l 
ConcarM,.au. 10 
Coiicepcii.h Ijay, 12i' 
Coni.-'ption ])oint, 11,,.'. "i'_7 

< '.in ra isl.anil, .j.', 

I i.oi.|cra island. ;'/l 
( ■|ini|!ii.M port. 10 
t'ontis, I'.t 
Cook strait, Oo 




M' 



;' 



ii! 





MO 

• 'opoluml inland, Bclfost, Whilf, 18 
< '()|)eiihaj.'iti, 30 
C'lHiuet, irA/7t (castcUivted), 7 
Corl)eiiux, 18 
Cork li;irl>inir, l(j 
Coidoiiau, 41) 
Corfu isliiiul, (III 

Cork lifilitvessfl, Harwich, /iV(/, 5 
Corner Stake. Ihulson river, 108 
CoriiHel'! point lii,'lit vessel, JUd, lOtJ 
Corran jioint. W/titc, 11 
i'orregitlor island, ^-i 
Correiiti island, (!;{ 
Corroliedo <!a]«;, 51 
Corton liylits, timber fr,i;iio, 1:29 
liglitvesscl, L'nl. 5 and 129 
Corunna, 51 

< 'orso cape, 51 1 
i'orsewall, il7(,Vf, 12 
Cotinguilia, 125 
CiiuLre jioint, 48 
Couinta. SO 
Courseulies, J" 

< 'oiirval, 4(5 

Cow Island. Hiidsoii river, IIVkYi, 100 

Cove point. CiieMapeake liay, White, 111 

CoveKe;t .'^kerrii^'J, stone, !• 

Cowcolly, S2 

CoxHuekie, HucImpii river, While, lOS 

< 'raitr. port on, 8 
(.'rane island, V i 

Craney i.sland slioa), HVn'/i, >cre\v jiile founda- 
tion, 110 
Crescent eity, stone, 127 
Creux, cape, 57 

I'ruzdel I'adre Cay, Ciii^ia, WMu. 122 
Crimoii .lava i-jlands, S3 

< ritian canal, 1 1 

Ci latan, t^crew jiile foundation. 113 

Croce Santa, cape. Mi.s.sitia, 'jj 

Cii'isic p'Mt, I" 

Ciotoy, 45 

Cromarty jioint, stone. 9 

<. ronier, W'litc, 

<'ro^ike(l Island l'assaj,'e, 122 

Crosiiy lii;lithouse, 14 

lij^lit vessel, PuiL 11 



INDKX. 

l")aniietta nioutli, K. Nile, "4 
1 |)aiiube river, 71 
I l)i',nzi(jr, Xcufahrwasser tower, 
I tower, 31 
I |)anii (lanilen. 34 
j Uardanelles, 09 
I l>;irs point, stone tower, Itdl, 31 

Dartiuoutli, 1 
I Dartucli, cape, 5ii 
' Davar island, stone. 1 1 
1 Deal island, AV-/ and White, ^^ 



Dunffarvan, 17 

DuiiKeness, /.((/ and White bands, horizoi,- 
groat round | tiilly, 3 

j I)iniker(|uo, 45, 4(1 

IJunnot head, stone, 10 
I Dunbar, 8 
I Dundee, 8 

Durazzo, (i'l 

Dusternbrook, 29 

Dutch island, llVuVf, 105 



Dee)i \\'ater shoals, .Fames river, 117/ (V(, screw i Kagle 'slnnd point. While, lOd 



lule, llo 

Deer island thoroughfare, !Mark island. White, 
100 

Delaware breakwater, M7</7c, 109 

Deli,'ada point, Alegianza island, 76 

Delfz.xl, -^5 

Delle.Mele cape, (in 
I Dellis point. 74 

j Denieraia, Kast jioint. Hid and ]\'hitc, 121 
I Denison fort, jiort .laeU.-ion, S9 
I Dennis St., ];i'ui'i:in, 7S 
' D'Entreeas'eaux ili,\iiiiel. White, 89 
I Derby haven, Man, 13 
j Derna, 74 
! Devil island, Halifax. DhII Red, with White 

belt, 97 
I Devil's wharf. White, lOii 
I J »hardur river, 79 
; Dice's head. While, 100 
I Diei,'o, San (California), 123 
, Dieiette, 41 
I llieppe. 44 

i Digby, or .\nna])olis, PS 
1 Dil Iiurim, 70 

j Diursdcn, Whiti, octaL,'onal, 05 
! Div.r, 13(1 
jDivy, Whit,, 81 

Djauniel cape, Algeria, 75 
■ Diani;^ I Iha/.aouat, 75 
I JJniester river, 71 
'' Doddinu' iiead, I'.uriu island, circuhi 
iDo^i,' island, H7(,7<, 117 
i ., I'oveaux strait, stone, 

I Dome Ness, lower j)arl WhiU. upper i^art 
I y.V</, 32 



II7(,,'^ 10 



22 
liul, 33 
;ii, li>:;ht vessel, 33 



111) 



Whit,), Hudson rivei', l^S 



92 

(ire II. 9o 
upper 1 



' rosK Kip It. -essel, Slrmv. with /«•' nreak, 1('3 ' Donnnic;i, 12o 
< nw-s Ledtfp ii^ht v»<ssel, Delaware. Sttiii , 109 , D'inaLcliadee. IS 



SimuH, port (TentT tl. 



'uIm 

f'rookihkven, ll"'- ■ . 20 
« mx c;ipe, I'uba^ I".;! 
Cruz del I'adre, 122 
* uba, Jap) de, i21 
I'uilillero, 5G 

< 'uUera cape, 55 
<U(nbrae, IIV"'', 11 
Ciittyhunk, Witite, 104 

< 'uxhaveii, 25 
« 'yprus inland. 



l-.l 



13 



:n 



' !t..ncella. 54 

Dordsche Kil. 23 

I ('luarm-nez bav, 4(5 

li-ubleisle, >.'fand 131 
I I »'melan purt. |i) 
'. l)'>ULrl;i.s bead. Man. While. 13 a 
' .. (pi<r), y/",;rand llViJc, 
I l)over. 3 

Dovercourt. Harwich, 5 

Dragonera islet, 55 

l»n'gheda, 1 •< 

l»raL;ur. or Drogden, light vessel, 30 

l»reprin.'. cape. >>'.* 

I irv T '( !Uira-. brick. 



D Aizfer, 43 

! );edalus shoal, roa •"'•rk, A'c'. 79 
I >aget>ci.i. 2'J 

I lager <i»rl.. stone, Tl"/. /7(, ^2 
Ualnl, S>> 

JJair\-mple p' ;t i.'rd und Wh,ir, 89 
hatnes point, ..;^'ht vessc-l, St. .). I 
Florida, lltj 



l»ry .Jink (C'ttin 
trn-nc building. 
Dublin li.-»y. 17 
( 'II iyciiii. light V. 
I 'uinpliiij-. Tinrtli, 
Duuipling ruck, 
Dundal 18 
i.'undruMi l'a\. >i 



ll(i 
J-'itches), 1' 



ssi-1. /i< d, ') 
White, 1(15 
W"f. 104 



John's point, While, IS 



rock, Ireland, White, 19 

Eastbourne. 3 

Eaton's neck, H7(/7c, 100 

Ebro river, 5(! 

EckenfOrde, 28 

Eddystoi\e, /{ed nnd White iKuizonlally, 1 

Edam (.)ava\ S.". 

Edgartown. White, l(i3 

Edgenioggin. (ireen isiaiul, U7n7c, 99 

Eel (Irass, li^ht vessel, lead, 105 

Eeragli isl.ind, Ireland, twn Jied bells, hmj 
zontally, 19 

Egerii (\\'. jioint of), J{ed, While belt, 37 

Egg island, Nova Scotia, 97 

,, Delaware bay, Whi'e, 109 

Egg lock, Nahant, L'.S., 

Eggregrmu', 35 

Egiiia! 67 

Egmont-a.anzce, 22 

E._'mont key. Tampa bay, U.S., H7(o'f, 

Ejerland .Sehe-groiiden, 

Ekholm, stdiie. 

Elagin Velagu' 

Elgin, 9 
! Elba island, CI 

Elbe river, 25 

Elb.iw (bcacmi, 
! El Cabaiial. 55 
I p;ieos islaiul, OS 

Elias St., cape, 00 

Elizabeth ca]ie, I'.S., White, 100 
I Elizabeth, S. Africa,' .S^j;ic, 7S 
I Ellen, licit, 1 1 

I ]''.lm 'J'ree (beacon, H7(/.'<), lOS 
! Ems river, 25 
'. Enfant J'erdu rock, 121 
• English bank, lii.'lit ves.sel, 125 

Eui^lish and Welsh ground.*, light ves-i 
I{,d, 10 

I'^nragi'-, cape, H7((7i, 9S 

Enskar island, H7((7r, 34 

Eniinas point, 5 1 

Ei-coh', 01 

Er 'kli iHiint, 7" 

Escunii'iiac )ioint, H7.(7(', 95 

Esoptis mcad.iws, Hudson river, 1(7(17'. loS 

l-;s(piini,.ii, 117; (7(, 128 

Espevar, '■i~ 

Esjiichel, cape. 52 

Estaca point, 51 

Estacio. 55 

Etaples or < 'aiiehe river, 45 

Etel river, 47 

Euiiostos point, Alexandria, 71 

luipatoria point, 71 

Europa jioint, (iibraltar, 52 

Eve r, point, 47 

Ivxeculion rocks, l',S., H7((7f, lOO 

Evenioiiih 7 



.v-^j-%~.^Jg;j.^.:.j^j.i: -':: ...... ^..i-A 



i\I)j:x. 



141 



Ik baiiils. luuizoii- 



100 



liii|-izoiil;il!v, 1 



, Whl/c, 09 

I, Mii 

vc> JUd bells, Imii. 

While belt, ;;7 
•7 

W'/ii'e, I'lU 
Whilt, 111- 



U.S., ii7,/.'f, no 

sel, :33 



f(, luo 
I. 78 

lOS 



>uik1.-<, ligl.t ve~il, 



river, Viliit'. iiiS 



. 7> 



(7e, lUO 



Fii r.lcr, J!eil an<l IVVoVe belt, 30 

I'.iirv, I'oit (Austniiia), Mtmie, y/K/, 87 

I'iikkL'bifig, W/illi. '2'.) 

]"'iiliiist', 4ii 

Kiilcnii cape, Algeria, 7.') 

I'lilMaiid islands (Capo roinbio1<e^, \2G 

I'aliuoutli, St. Antlioiiy poiTit, W'liili:, 1 & 120 

r.il.so jMiiiit, granite, W'/iilu gtur la cciifir, 82 

l-'alnteibd, :{6 

Fiiiiad point, Lough Swilly, Wlillr, I'.i 

I'aiiar !■ ipt;, 7- 

l''iinjfal pi>rt, ;"<() 

Fatio, (i."> 

Fani, H7((Yc (lower, octagonal), 7 

Farnar baj', 70 

Farrallon, lirick, 127 

Faro, ISioily, (''■'> 

Karres point, hough Liirnc, 18 

Farip isuinJ, Gottlaml, Il7((i'(', oo 

[•'a4ne», a Hid jjolt in the initlult.', liJ 

i-'.ilin'r point, il7'(Vf, <j'i 

Fatonvilie, i'> 

Fa\ili<Mor j-iland, ]\'httr, JOiJ 

l'ii\ iiioaiia i'^l.-ind, 0:) 

i\Mr cape Ui.dd bead), U.S., While, 11 1 
,, river, ea[io, 1 1 I 

Fecamp, II 

Federal jioint, While, 111 

I'emer.suiid, "_'!' 

Fei'-teon (l..ille\ II? 

Feiiwiek islatid, lIVuV, lo;) 

I'erro )ioint, Sicily, lio 
,, caiie, Sardinia, 00 

Fenol, 51 

Feiryland, cape, 92 

i'idoin.si, 71 

r.i'ldo, 37 

i''i'j i--laud (beacon, llVffVi), Savatinali river, 11") 

I'd-aiid i>l.-tnd, .stone. While, u2 

Filtvedt. •.]{', 

Fiiiislerie, cajie, 51 

FilKl poi't, til 

l'"u'e ishuid, Ytlloic, I07 

I'i-herrow, 8 

li^liiiiu'li-ittery, Itrd, 112 

I'iuiiiara ' irande, 130 

I'iiiine. 00 

Fiiiiiiieino, (il anil 130 

I'iv ,• Hook island, Hudson river, 117ii(7t', 103 

l-'ivi' Fatboin light V('Ssel, Sinttc, 109 

i'iinidioniuich iiead, While, 

rialliolni, Whil-, 10 

Fladimlnien, .'u 

Fiat i.slaiiil, Maiirilitis, "8 

l-'lat point, Sytbie}', .Red and 117 (7 c, vcrti- 
eally, '.'0 

Flattery cape, Wh(!< , 128 

Fleetwood, l^i 

Flint i.sland, !''J 

.Flores, While, 'ir> 

F'liirida eajie, II7(V<', ll'J 

Flotte. port de la, 48 

Fiuahiii.', 21 

Fly, or t ireen i.sl.an<l, !i'j 

Fo:,' point, U7i(7(, 111 

Fohr i.sland. 20 

Folgeru'n, ',17 

l''olkestone, 3 

Fontaiia eape, 71 

F.iniiby, light :-essei,, A'.-', 11 

Fornienlura ishind, -u' 



Forniento cape, ^Miijoron, 50 

Forniicbe, K. islmui, 03 
I KorrieH,s, While, 27 

j Fort point, renoliHcot river. While, 100 
I I) „ S. Carolina, While, lit 
; „ „ San Franfisco, White, 127 
; Fortune bay, 93 
I Four (Le), '17 

; Four Mile point, Hud-on river, IF/f/'c, 108 
I Foiirch'.i cape, I/cd and While, verticnlh-, 
I 98 

Fourth nnint, Suiida Strait, Slum; n3 
J Foylc, iiOc!i,'li, IS 

" l>'raI^cf! de, port (Now Cnlodoni:,), iron, White, 
I 90 and 131 

I Francisco, San (California), T27 
i Franklin island, U.S., Whil,. 100 
j Fraser river, liritish Coluii bia, 131 
j Fraserburgh, 9 

I Frederic Hendric, light-vess'il, 8-1 
I Fredfivieia, 20 

Frederiksiiavn. 27 
I F'leiloriksviern, 30 
' Frcbel ea|>e, 41 
1 Friedriohsort, 23 

Frio cape, 125 

I'rying Pan Shoals, light vessel, i'lUov), 114 

Fueiitarr.abia, 49 
I Fneiite cape, 02 

Fuleliuk, While, 30 
! 

; (taabcnoe, 29 

j Cjabo island, granite, iiee>j, SS 

I Gadaro. OS 

! Oa^'t, 4; 

: Calaiitry iiead. While, Uo 

Caeta, 02 

Cahita, 09 

(.ia'liiioli. Italy, 64 
i ,, biu'daiK'lles, 09 

1 (Jalle, point de. Whllr, Hi 

liallo, cape, Sicily, 04 
Italy.' 'Mi 

(ialloper, light vessel, /?n', 5 
ICalveston, '119 
I ( lalway bay, 19 

Cainbia river, 77 

Gannetroek, Ulael: a,nd 117 ('^r stripes, vcrticaliv, 
I _ 98 
' Garden key, Tortugas, While. 110 

< lardiner's island, Jtroieu, 105 
i (iare sand, it. Tecs, 7 
{Gay head, U.S., Med, 103 

G;iyo, I'axo I., 00 

I !ata, cape, .S])aiii, 54 
,, Cyprus, 73 

(iaspe basin, 94 

(iedney's channel, New York, 117 
^ (ieelorig, S8 
; ., light vessel, 38 
i Celdersche Hoek, 23 

1 ielioa, 00 

l_ieorge St., point, 49 

., cajie (Nova Scotia^, U7)//r, 90 
,, (Louisiana'], U.S. 117 

Georges St., mouth (1!. Danube), 71 

tie<irgetown, Whili, 114 

' iibraltar, 52, O'! 

i Fiedser point, 30 

(iij^lio island, 01 

Ciijon, 50 



Gilles sur Vie, St.. 48 

'■iraglia iple, Corsica, 59 

Ginller light vessel (West), lied, 4 

(JirdiuncKs, storie, 9 

Girgenli, 01 

Glen'dg jetty, SO 

(ilass island, While, 10 

(Jlasgow, port, 12 

(.ilouccHter harbour, U.S., I'lastern point, 
U7<.7c, 101 

Gliicksttdt, 23 ' 

Goa, White, SO 

Coat island, Maine, U.S., Whilr, Ml 
,, , Newport, U.S., 104 

(iobornadora, Cuba, 121 

tiodrevy, sfone, octagonal, 10 

tlocrce island, •_'2 

Goes, Sontii Bcveland, 23 

(Jogali, 79 

Golden Lank light vessel, 73 

Gonzalo river, light ves.sel, 121 

Good Hope, cape of, iron tower, Wliile, 77 

(JooHo island, Tasuiania, Red and While, 89 

Goree ,, Africa, 77 

(iorishoek. 23 

Oordovvare point, Cocanada; .sexangular, JilnrJ: 
and While bandb', Si 

Gottland, 35 

(ioltska Sandii, lied, uppei-part White, "5 
I Goulfar bay, 47 
: Gozo, Malta islands, 04 
; (irado, 05 

] Grand island, Kamouraski, 94 
I ,, camp, 43 
I „ Manaii ., 98 
j ;, liib.'iud ., 58 
I ,, I'ort, Mainitiug, White, 78 
I ,, liouveau les Ambie;;, 5S 

Grant's pas.s, Mobile, U.S., Whii', 117 
! (franton, 8, 
j (irungeniouth, 3 
j Granville, 41 

( iranitolii cape, 03 
j Crao de Valencia, 55 
, Grave, )ioiiit de, 49 , 

I Gravellnes, 45 
I < i nivosa, 00 

;(iivat Captain island. While, 100 
' <!reat Curaeoa islaml, 123 

I „ Isaac, iSahamas, lied an. I Wliile banils, 
1 horizontally (15i, 122 

,, Ormc head, 14 
i „ )'oint, Nantucket, U.S., While, 104 
I ,, Stirrup eav. A'ff/ and M7(;V.; bands (5'', 122 
i ,, West or Siiiiviiecock bay, l)rick, 107 

Green island, Cataliua, 117((Vc, 92 
I ,, ., St. Lawrence river, \Vhile, 03 

j ,, ,, Nova Scoiia. 97 

' ,, point, 'labie liay, souare t.iwer, 77 

' Jreenbury jioint, Wldtt, 111 

Greenock, II, 12 

( Ireifsivalil, brick, 31 

Giiihskar, o'> 

(Irindels I'oint, Red. 100 

Grindstone island, ir/t(Vc, 98 

< hissel Hanin, 35 
Grisnez eape, 45 

(ironskar, H7t(7(, octangular, 35 
(h'umlKa.lie, light vessel, 35 

< iryto, OS 
Guadaloupe, 120 



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CIu;i(lali|uivir river, .'i'i 
Gii!iiliikii,'i ,, Ti'i 

UuillMls. li'l 

• iurinliiiiia mck, tit! 

(!u;i>niiuil, ]'2(j . 

(iiit'riiso)-. St. I'.'tcr, FI7,(V<, 2. 12 
(!uel:iri;i, .'ii' 
(Iiiia, 1{. 'rayUri. ,'>'2 
(Jul! isUiul I Liltlo), ]\'liltr, 105 
,, Ktrtiini, liglit vessel, /i'((/, t 
(iiiii I 'iiv, l'>:ili;iiiia.s, ]iiil iiiiil M'hili, 1"J- 
(iuntlotr, Intl. Hi-rew piles, .'i 
(iuriiit Toiiif, I'lyinoutli, U.S., IIVi.'.'c, lO'J 
(iiivslxini li:irlj(>ur, Whitr, 1*7 

llitl)ili;is, '') 

liaedik, 17 

Ha;,nie, c.'ipo Jc la. -i'J. 

Haila. 7.1 

Half Mouii c.iy, 117/ /V(, 12;! 

,, reef, Matayonia Lay, K /i/'f, iron- 

pile fiiiiiiilatiiiti, I r,' 
,, hlioal. (ialvestoii, I'.S., U'.' 

Halifax, Xova .Scotia. '.)7 
HaliL;ii( M. 17 
Hallo, Wl.iii, 2S 
Mak N. I'ier. 27 
Halsknv. 2'.» 

llauiiuiir jioint, liexa^'oiKil t )\vcr, 31 
Jlaiiiiiierfest. '.ii> 
HaiiijitMii roads, 1 In 
Hanuali cape. 7i 
Haiicocii ca]"', IVhi'r. 127 
Hamlkircliief light Ye«sel, Sro.f. lor. 
Hangi., lantern. JM, o4 
Haiiois rocks, liiicrnsey, (mv/, granite, i- 
Uantsliolni, _(! 
Ilaparaniia, 'M 
Har.nlskar, A'm/, o5 
Jlarljiiur (.iraee, roof W'/dt' ar.d j'ted strijii'H, ;t2 

.. hrach light. n7.,V«.'!<:> 
Harlmur island, light vessel, J\\d. 11:; 
Harrington, lo 

Harticpii'ii iHciiLrhi, YtU-K'-, 7 
llasiior.ugh, 117 /'c, '< 

ligl.' vcli.sel. J!(d •, 
Hastings ■', 
Hatter,-»>i- e, l/.'S., 117 /v ano ,. j. il:: 

,, .. (heacnn, /ict/i, 1 IL. 

Ifawaii, islands, 1*1 
Harwicii, ;' 
Hanriiki gulf, '.") 
Haul- Dane of lierck. point, ■(> 

,, du Xord, '18 

Havaiiii. Morro ea.stle (" O'lioiineU" p-untcd 

on it, Stout colonr'. 121 
Havre, l i 

Havre >'.<• t.raee. fS.. 117,7-. 112 
Hayle I'i 

Heath I'l.int, .\ntico-ti, H7<''.t'J 
Heaux de llreliat. ■11 
Hehl.l.N AV'/. •; 

Htg iloho, y; 

}|f!kkiii'.'i-n, :J'.-' 

Hela. 117 ;/( t<,\\er. /Had 'l>i\<v\ 31 

Heliei St (Jersey), -1 1 

Hely'iland, -'i 

Helias, cape. '31' 

Hellt-so, h',d; a ''hili h'.it, .'jS 

Helievoi-lsluis. 2J 

HtlsingUorg. ;S'J 



I Holwiiit'or or I'llninore, III) 

I Helwiek, light venHel, /tul, 15 

lludopeticap. , I'.S., WhiU, lOH 
I ,, ,, (hcacon, 117;/'/ .screw 

I pile), 100 
I Henning.sva r. 30 
j Hendrick's lie.id, ll7iVf, lOO 
I Henry « 'ape, I'.S., IIU 

Heron Neck, Jiul, W 

HeHNelo inland, A'n/ ;ind Yilhin slripi '^7 

lleve (Le) cape, l''raiice. W'hili, 11 
,, ,, N'ova Scotia. '.'7 

Hewett channel, liglit Ne.ssol, lUil, '. • 

Hcyst. 21 

Hjertholinen, oI> 
I Hielm island, 27 

Highl.'inds of Navesink, ('Cf//. I(i7 

Hinder (Xortli) light vessel, 21 
„ tWest* ,, 21 

Hirtshal, 2o 

Hirtsholni, 117 (7t, 27 

Hol.arti'ii, M) 

Holmru- hill, (lotlland, H7uV(-, li." 

Hoe. 11 

Hude point, -1 1 

Hog island, U.S., IIV* ,7,, llo 
,, Nassau, 117 /7r, 122 

Hogland, N. end of, ^tone. H7(i7i, with /«'((/ 
ri>ofs, oo 

,, S. end of. NViiod, A'c/, 

Hiigston, O."* 

Hohc Weg Fh'.t, 2.'. 

Hoievardi.', o7 

Hdlhurn head, H7/7c, Id 

Holmes Hole, ir/u7c. Iu3 

Holms <;add, IM 

Holyhead, 11 

Honda ciive, .J4 

Hontleiir, 1:.; 

Hoo(' port (Nova Scotia), '!'/,,'•, i' ' 

lloogly river, light vessi i ■ . 

Hoivk tower. Water! ird, Ii ''.'', U'-'i A'ci' lilts. 
an<l lantirn AVJ, 1 7 

Huoiicr's straits, light vcs.sel, leao, ^11 

Hope I'oint fori, i 

Horiuiu ■- (irandi-, .'j,"i 

Ho|-nl;y liiilit. A't7 and ll/(,7( stripes, ,>',' 

Hnrslnirgli i.Sing.ijiore strait), 1!7(7(, >!.; 

Horsi.'ns, 2.'? 

Horse Siioc light ve.ssrl, Ytllur. Ill 

Horton l.lntf. ir/',,7<, ;i> 

Horti n's point, Jjong Island sound, Hui, lUtJ 
., cape l-'ear livi.r, 1 1 I 

Howe cape. SS 

Hoylake, Liverpool l.av, IlVt/'-. ] 1 

llo'JU.n baak, 22 

Hourtin, 11' 
I Hovvth, Jrulaud, 17 

Hoy souml, stu;.e, lii 
I Haasca, 12') 
I lliielva, Udeil river, ,')2 
I Hiiertas. capo, 5.J 

Hunilicr I'iver, 

HundioldL haiooiir. ]\'/ni(, 1l7 

Hiuistantiii, 117',/', (! 

Hunting inland. J^i.d ami 11 /,,/,. 1 1.", 
(Iieacon, 117,,/, . ! :.'/ 

llur.st point. AV,/, 2 
i Hyannis harhoni, l(7,,7f, lo. 
I Hvidiiigso, 117,//, . roof 7o(/. :17 

Hussein point. GS 



Idsit cape (Japan), hti 
lershoft, .jtoMu t'UVer, tied, 31 
Jlorl'Ai.v, IS 

,, de Jias. lu 

,, (le (Jroix. 4') 

,, de lie. IS 

,, do Sfin, I'i 

,, (i'Oleron. IS 

,, St. <>uay, 11 

,, d'N'en, 1,S 

„ Viergo. |i» 
llfra(onil.e. U7/7r. It; 
Inagua, ( Ireat, 122 
I nishgort. ( 'lew hay, 11' 
1 rnhkcith. .stone. S 

Inishri'r island. Ireland, ,'i hroad M'/iltc licit, '- 
feet wide, hori/.oiitally on the shaft of 
tower, 11' 
Hiishowcn. Lough I'oyle, W'ln'h, IS 
Innistrahnll. H7/((. . Is 
Invi'ikeithing. S 
Ipswich harljour, I'.S., ll7i/^(^l>Lacou, Hiad 

im 

Injeh capo, 72 

Ineholi cape. 72 

Is.ihcl point, Wlt'il', 11!) 

Islay sound, 1 1 

Isehia Island, '12 :/ 

Isiv'nv. port d". lo 

Isl.-uid of Sho.ds. ll7/'/c, ll'l 

Isle of May, .>loin>, S 

., of NNighl, 2 

,, of M.'in, lo 
Itacolomi, 124 

Isletta jioint. (ii.ui < ,in;'r:a, 7'' 
Ithaca, O'i 
Jviza island, 'i'> 
Isniid gulf, 7" 
Ives St., l'! 
1 vi cape, 75 
Ir.ii I'ot i--l;ind, Tasniania, lUd, Sl> 

: Jackson, Jioit, Au.stralia, .'•0 

■ Jago do Cuba, St . White (iron), 12] 

.lames St., cajie, ,s ( 

Jandia jioint. racrli'wntura, 7''. 

.l.-in.' island, iii^h', v -.m-I, ('rauii, 111 

.r.ap.-ira. .las.i. s;! 

.Ia\a island, .^o 

Jean St., fort Marseille), 5s 

Jersey, 2, 41 
t Jervis hay, Au.tralia, ll'/iiV,. .SS 

.lijeii', '/ 1 

Jijgin-ii, stone, >'///„»•, oU 
i John's St. ( .V,-wfoundland(, 'Jl 
I ,, t.\r',v r.runswicl.ii, i's 

i ,, liver (I'.S.), ll'i 

JondVulaml, 11'/////, roof A',,/, yr, 
I Jonis point, ir/'/'/, 112 
: .fordan's point, .lames ri\'. r, 11'/,/''', 110 

.lose, fort .S,an. Il.dti, 1:,!! 
, Jos.jph St.. island, U.S., 1 Is 
, .lulial strait, 71' 
', Judith point, 11'/',,'/', l(i."i 

iluh.tn, .San irivi r -I'.igus), 52 

.lupiler inlet, A'/ 7, l)rii:k, 1 it; 

Juli.'is, 121 

Kalah, port ;d, 74 

K/.llia'len tinind. light ves.sel, 'I'j 



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li (licacoii, Hiac! 



Kiili.m, l!iihl<astriiii. SJ 

K;illi ikIIoiu. '-'!' 

Kiiloliiiti. > islaiiil, ii8 

K;v|. :i!i l),iy, <>7 

Km npt', tlS 

K.u ■ lii, "!• 

K:ii:iil:i-li r.iuini, 73 

K uMii^iki'ii l'!iy. '.'] 

Kaiiluil, 'il 

Kas-andfiv ]ioiiit, (IS 

Kustni \»<vL Kliios, 'iS 

Kiitii.!,'Hii!l, -'i 

Katakol", (57 ami l;il 

l\:it\vi)k-;un-/i;i\ 'J-J 

Kaia Jhiruii, Ul;ick ,sc,n, 7'' 

K.ivoulia <'a))o, (iy 

Ivavvniiioa l)iiy, Hawaii islaiuls', ;<l 

KoiHTy iflaiid, 80 

Kiritisli l\ii;ick, liijlit vessel, A'ci', ." 

Korasimiula jioiiit, T'i 

Kcplial'/iiia inland, (Itj 

K.rtdi, 7li 

Kt'ssiii!,datid, ]\'/ilti; 'i 

\\,-\-, west, II'A;'-', IK! 

,, (iKirili-west passa'g'i'V J)"!'!; IM 

Klmiiia, •!'' 
ixlursoneso cape, 71 
Kliios Htrait, (JS 
K'li.iniz [vniiit, 7" 
K)eot'ii, ;'.'.) 
Kiel, li!' 
Kiloradaii lieail, Inlasid, II'/m''-, ^'.) 

M' i'a))i.!, 72 

I\illiiii4li<ilii), liigli li..;lit. liiil ; norlli li'.dit, 

lln/ ; soiitli fiaHl li^^lit, WJti'r. i! 
Killylit'gs, St. Joliil's ]"'i!it, ITA/'t', li' 

i\:!iliiiiii, lii,dit vr-iwel, 71 

K'l,^' (ieoru'u sound. 8() 

klu'j: i-^laiid, ((■/(//<, ,S7 

Iviiinaird litad, ^H'htte, i> 

Kiiisale licad, \i'/'IU', with two /,'..' '■■••■\i<, P* 
fort Cliarlis, W/'iti, M 

Kri.., :;j 

l\i-.h liank, lijjlit vessel, 17 

Ki'i'^i; pior, oO 

is'iikwail, Orkneys, stftnc, M 

lv!-kea!dy, >< 

Kiti cape, Cyprus, 7o 

Klopeii. ;;s 

Ktind's Ih'.id, 2!» 

lviii;,'sto\\ 11, Ifelaiid, 1 7 

KiKirk, ■_'.") 

Kililiervi'.', ;'.7 

Kci!]lii'fi,'runil, li^;lit vessel, 17 

!\iikska'', :i:! 

Knlah -nlf. 71 

\ Mil I'.iiinl.'r, 7'.' 

Kn,,tiili(l,.Mli island. 82 

K. )]•-,;, stone lower, rciiiid, l.'i 

Koi-sor, litl 

Kin T'oan beacon, S.^ 

Ko~ island, ()'.) 

Kr, 1,1111 Kiileli, (JIi 
Knb, 'J.3 
Ki:.!it saiu!, C(> 
Ki(Mi!i.ii-i,f, :J0 
Kr..ii„tu|t, ;•,:', 
Ku.'.'l l.aak. •J,'; 
Kulleii, Wl'ili towei-, :lo 
'VU.sUnjiiii, 71 



Kniali r lail, ti:> 
Kwadni llouk, 22 
Kvkdii 11,22 
Kyi.' Akin, W'hlu, \(\ 



La CJiamin'. IS 
liH ( 'lac'ii, 17 

Laeso elianni I. li-.'lit vessel, 2 7 
I l.aicskar. A'"', :i I 

! Va\ iiou'pii', \'\ 

Lanientiii puinr, Haiti, 121 
l.ainpedusa island, iS t 
Laniiu'Uaid point, Ilaiwieli, Wli'iif, ,'> 
l.andskrona, '.W 
l,an;/eland, 2'J 

I. mdsort. White, loiind stone tower, 13.' 
Lans,'evaad, u7 

lian^'ntanLji.n, Yillmi', *owi r, ;!(i 

l.anriee, \*\ 

Ij.irne |oii),di, V ' -i 

l.ri I'rrotmc, |,s 
Latlieronwlic'dl, S, 
hatakiydi, 7o 
l.arnaka. 7''> 
I La/.ar.ato point. U.S., Whiir, 12 
I f.atour, port. '.i7 
I l.eas,)wc, W'liiti:, 11 
' !<eerfi,'n, OS 
. Lee Sear. 12 
I Leurvig, :JS 
I Lofkliiino, liiilit vessel, di! 

i.e:,'liorn, or I/ivortio, Gl 
; l.eitii rast plei, Wliilc, 8 
Leps,. reet, liglit vessel, .JS 
liiiin.in and <lwer, lif^dit vessel, /,'.</, o 
Lepreau point, Itnl and II /((7/ stripes, 

zon'.ally, i"^ 
Le jneilio, 5(» 
, Lesina. fi() 

' Levant, or Titan Id., ."iS 
; I.evanzo island, <io 
I Levi eape. 12 

} Lilriy island, .\Liehias bay, (,rf.i, W 
' Lido, (if) 

' Lime rock, Xewpoir, I'.s., W'lic, I'i! 
Linion bay, Wluii, 12U 
Lindi'sna's, 3iJ 
Lip.so island, 07 
; LisMlore. (Mnsdile islandt, li /'(/''i, 11 
' Lissa island, lii! 
' Liss:in-el- Kliabidi, 7'.' 

Lister, Norway. WhiU towers, -At 
1 Little I'.assas, li^ht vessel. .>1 

., (.'iindierlaiid island. 11'/ //<, ll.'! 
Curai;o;' island, 12'. 
( iiiana, or EUiow cay, 122 
,, (lull island. M,'. 
Hope isl.uul. ;»7 
Litlloliaiiipln-.i, ;] 
Little river. Wlufr. 'J!) 
fi'vry, Scotland, '■) 
,. J!ovs. WInU; 12 
!>ittleton, New Zealand. I'll 
Li|'ari islands, 01 
Liverpo,,!. N.W.. li;..;lit sliip, 1 I 

., ' av. Nova Scotia, f.irt I'oiui. 

I ''M 

• Liv.ar.l, W/iltr. I 
I Liv(>rno, or I. '-horn, ')l 
I l.lanely, I't 



WhU 



Llanos, 5d 

I ,Iolirpi,'at river, '>' 

Lloyd's harbour, \Vlilf<, IniJ 

LotioHl'ay, Italiiiinas, A'M/anil M'/'/'r' bands, 122 

,, point, 127 
Lo<-tinly, |(i 

Loch Ityan (lairn Ityani. Wlillr, 12 
LoLf'^orhead key, I'.orida r.'i.f, ll'j 
Fioiio river. 17 
l.onia point, Ihirk, 127 
London, Ni^w, WhiU, In.', 
London shoals, li^lit vrHnel. •V-) 
Loii.^' island head, Mo.ston I'.S., Whiii\ 1C2 
,. Hound, lo,') 

,, pil;;rinis. briek, l>i-nl; !> I 

,, point, J'rovineotown, I'. StateM, llninii, 
102 
Tiongships, Whiti, 1 
Loni,'stone, Itiil, 7 
Loiitf shoal. Iij,dit Vessel, >V, '//J. ' 
Lonsdalo point, /iV(/ and Whit: ,:iri.| ,, 7 
Ijookout eape, V .S., Jtid, llo 

,, point, Chesapeake b.ay, U7//'(, 111 
Loophead, Ireland. Whiti; It) 
L'Crieut, 47 
Lossini island. (1(1 
L'Orne river, -lii 
fjonis St. (Mauritius^, 7^ 
iiOuisbiir.^-, I'.reton islaml, Whili. with a, /.'/"■■/• 

vertical stripe. IMj 
!,ower Cedar |ioint, light vessel, Z'c', 1 12 
Lowentoft, Whiii',.r, 
Liiarea. ."i" 

Lneia, St. (West Imlies^ 120 
Lucietta, 'id 

I.I, reeia iioirit. Cnba, Whit), 122 
Lulie, liglit vessel, 20 
Lundy isli-nd. 117"'/', Id 
Le.ne rivi-r, 1 •! 
Luiii'iiburg bay, Cross Lslmid, Rnl. '.i~ 

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Lungii island, 'M 
Lyme 1 testis, 2 

T,ynn AVell, liglit \essel, lud, 
Lvntis point, Whit', eastellated, 11 
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1 .M'Aithur's head. ll7.//<', 11 

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Macdidf, ;» 

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iNIachii'li.aco cape, ."iO 

Maehia-, islands, 117,//-', iH 

.Maeiiuarit' to^^ or, stone. White, ^f) 

M.adras. Si 

M igdii!c-.i islands, '>'.: 

.Ma..,'lilsi, i!o 

M .lion rivrr. l!7(/'(. Delaware bay, IdJ 
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Maidens, 117"'' witli AV7 Ij.'it i'\ the eonlro, 
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Malacca strait, ^-'i 

.Malaga, ." I 

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Maiia ialiinJ, 00 _ 

Manchac pass, Lake Poutchartniin, 113 

Maiidavee, 79 * 

Manfredonia, 65 

Manheisfiii island, Grci/, 100 • " 

Mangalore, 80 

Manila, 84 ^ 

Manoro point, Karajlii, "0 

Maplin, liglit house, Jicd, screw piles, 5 

Mapon, liglit vessel, 49 

Maranhaiii, 121 

Marbella, r,i 

Marbleliead harbour, White, 101 

Marca, 124 

Marcoux St., 43 

Mardyck, light vessel, 4C 

Maretiiiio island, 63 

Margaretville, Wliitc, 98 

Margate pier, stone column, 4 

Maria, cape Santa, 52 

Marieu, circular tftwer, 29 

Marjovcts, stone, red roof, 39 

Marks St., U.S., W/dte, 117 

]\[arniora island, 70 

^Marsala, 63 

Marseille, 58 

Marshall cove, or Port Williain.s, While, 98 

Marshall's point, White and Orej, 100 

Marstrand, 28 

Mai-tin St., fiurt, 48 

Martinicus rock, Urey, 100 

Martinique, 120 

Martin's indu.stry, light vessel, HeJ, 115 

Mary St., cape (Newfoundland), brick, 92 

, , , , ( Kiver G anibia) , 7 7 

,, port (I. of Man), 13 
Maryport, 12 

Martin jHiint, Lobos island, 76 
Maseskar, Red, 121) 
Miisulii)atani. 81 
Matagorda, Te.xas, 119 
Maternillos point, Cuba ("C!olon" painted on 

it), 122 
Mathieu St., 46 
-Matifu, 74 

Maura, Santa, island, 66 
Maurice river, White, 109 
Maurizio point, 60 
Mauritius, 78 
:May cape, U.S., Orei/. Iu9 
Mayor cape, Spain, 50 
Maysi cajie, ('ul)a, 122 
Iklayo's beach, WcUtlcet bay, Broini, 102 
^Mazirron, 54 " 
IVle^alo-Kaslron, Candia, 69 
Mtlilla, 75 

!Meniel, round tower. Red, 31 * 
iVIenai, Trwyn-Du I'oint, White, 14 
Mensclieneter f Java), 83 
Mtrccr head. While; rooi Red, 03 
ileniiinji, cape. 6S 

Merrill SlicUbank, screw-pile foundation, 118 
Mersina, 73 
Mesa de Koldan, 54 
^Mesiiil, 41 
Messina, 63 
Mcsurudo cape, 77 
Jletway, or :Mcdway head, llVtiVf, with a 

Blaik square, 97 
Micliel St. (Azores), 76 
Wiidilburg ^.Jiiva), 83 



I^Iiddelfart, 28 

Middelharnis, 22 

Midtholnien, 37 

Mifflin fort, U.S., 109 

Milazzo, 64 and 131 

Milford Haven, 15 

Minehead, 17 

Miiiot's ledge, U.S.. granite, 102 

Minquiers, 41 and 130 

Mintok, 84 and 131 

Minicoy, 80 

Miramichi bay, 95 

Miscou island, White, 95 

Miseno cape, 62 

Alissolonghi, 67 

Mityleni island, 68 

Mobile point. White, 117 

„ ,, beacons, Jied, While, 117 
Moen island, square tower, 30 
!Mola, 65 
Molenhavn, 22 
Molfetta, ijij 

Monach islands. White, 10 • 

^Monance St., 8 
JMondego cape, 51 
Mononioy point, Red, 102 
Monemvasia cape, 65 
Montauk point. White, 105 
Monte Circelliij 61 and 130 

,, lio.iello, 63 
Monterey, 127 
Monte Video, 125 
^Montrose, White, 9 
Montserrat, 121 
Monts. point de, Wftile, 93 
Moose peak. White, 99 
Monopoli, 65 

Morant point, Jamaica, White, 121 
^loreconibe bay, light vessel, 13 
Moreton bay (N.K. point, tower White), 89 
Morgan point, White, 105 
Morlaix, 40 
!Morjovets, 39 
Morro de S, Paolo, 125 
Morsaline, 43 

Morup Tiinge point. White, 27 
^losel bay, 78 
Moss have)i, 36 
Mostaghanein, 75 

Moudiuga. stone, circular tower. Yellow, 39 
Mouilly point. Table Bay, Llael: and White 

band.'*, 77 
Mount Cannel, 73 

,, Desert, (ireij, 99 
Mouse, light vessel. Rid, 4 
Clucking Flat, White, with lUack band under 

lanteiii, on (liles, 4 
Mull sound ^Kutla (lal rk.), While, 11 

,, of Canlire, While, 11 

,, of (iallow^iv, stone, 12 
Mumbles, Whiti, 15 
JMunk Holm, Trondhjcm, square stone tower, 

38 
Muros haVi 51 
Miirro di Porco (.Sicily), 63 
Muthih river, light vessel, 82 
Mutii.n island, Galway, While, railing Red. 19 

Nab, light vessel. Red, 3 
Nakke liead, square towers, SO 
Nantouar l.iridge, Id 



Nantucket, great jjoint. White, 104 

,, Sanfcaty head. White, Red, White, 

104 
,, Brant point, Red, 103 

,, ,, (beacons White), 103 

,, Xew South Shoale, light vessel, 

Reel, 104 
Naples, 62 

Nargen, stone, Liejlit Grey, 32 
Narraguagus, Red, 99 
Narva, stone. White, 33 
Naeh point, White, 15 
Nashs island. White, 99 
Nilakubben rock, 35 

Nassau harbour. Hog island, While, 122 
Natal, 78 

Nauset beach, IT.S., While, 102 
Naval hospital, Hampton roads, White, 110 
Navalo por';, 47 
ii^avesink Highlands, Grey, 107 
Nayat point. While, '[05 
Nazaire St., 47 
Naze of Norway, 36 

Ned's point, Mattapoisett, U.S., While, 104 
Needles rock, granite, 2 ' 
Negapatam, 81 
Negro island, White, 100 
Negropont canal, 67 
Neniour-!, 75 

Nelson harbour. New Zealand, 90 
Neuse river. White, screw pile, 113 
Neuatadt, 29 
Neuwerk, 25 
Neuzen, 23 
Neva, light vessel, 33 
Newark, light ves' j1, lied, 6 
New Baltimore, Hudson viver, White, 108 
Newbury port harbour, U.S., White, 101 
New canal, lake Pontchartrain, U.S., While, 118 
Newcastle, Australia, 89 
Newhaven (Scotland), White, 8' 

(England), 3 
New Drop (beacon. Red), 108 

,, Dungeness, White and Blael; 128 

,, Haven, Five-mile point. White, 106 
New Haven, Long Wharf, White, 106 

,, Passage, 16 

,, London, il7i/7e, 105 

,, Point Comfort, White, 111 
Newport, U.S., (Goat island), While, 104 

II. Tay, 8 
Nice, 59 

Nicholiis St., island (Tl. 1-oire), 47 
Jiicholson port, 90 
Nicoya gulf, 127 

Nidingen rock. White, hexagonal towers, 27 
Nieuport, 21 
Nieuwo Uiep, 22 
Nisita islan<l, 62 
Nobsque point. While, 103 • 
Noordwi jk-aaii- Zee, 22 
Nore liglit vessel. Red, 4 
Norr.skaren, brick, lantern Red, 34 
North I'orehuid, While, 4 
Northfleet, 4 

Northumberland, cape, 87 
North Hinder light vessel. 21 
,, Jlonahlska, brick, 10 
,, jioiiit, ll7((Vc, 112 
„ Sand Head light vessel, Rtd, 4 
,, Sliields, 7 and 129 






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!te, 104 

\'hitn, Red, White, 

7, 103 

jacons White), lOli 

oale, light vessel, 



32 



, White, 122 

102 

ads, White, 110 

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J.S., While, 104 



nJ, 90 
iile, 113 



ler, White. 108 
;., White, 101 
iii,U.S.,U7«/c,llS 

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iJZaci-, 128 
jr/t(Vc, 100 
White, lUU 



111 
d), ir/u\'c, 104 



.0), 47 

goiKil towers, 27 



Rid, 34 



n 



u!, Rid, 4 



North-west light vessel, Liverpool, Blad; witii 

M7u7^stroak, 14 
North Watcher, 83 
Norwalk ishvnd, White, 106 
Nonvel'.o jiort, 57 
Nucvitas harb., 122 
Nyliorg havb.. 29 

NorthUnst, Shetlands, White, 10 . 
Noss liead, Scotland, 9 
Nya Piisborg, 28 

Oak island, Cape Fear river, White, 114 

Oban, 11 

Ochakov, 71 / i 

Ocracoke island, White, 113 

Odderli, 36 

Odensholm, stone. Red ; roof, While, 32 

Odessa, 71 • 

Odet river, 46 

OfFer Wadham island, brick, 92 

Oland island, S. point, White, 35 

Old Field point. White, 100 

Old Point Comfort (Beacon, Black), 110 

Oiieglia port, 60 

Ons island, 51 

Ooltgensplaat, 23 

Oostvoorne, 22 

Oporto, 51 and 130 

Oran, 75 

Oranicnbaum, 33 

Orfordness, Red and White in bands, horizou- 

tilly, 5 
Orinoco river, light vessel, 124 
Orkney islands, 10 
Orlov, stone, Red roof, 39 
Ornve (great) bead, Grey, stone, 13 
Ornsay, W. of Scotland, 10 
Oropesa cape, 55 
Orskar, ir/ii'tc,' octagonal, 35 
Orsvaag, 39 
Orso D', cape, 62 
Ortiz bank light vessel, 125 
OHsenhoek, 21 
Ostend, 21 

Ostfvgarne, Gottland, While, 35 
Ostra Finngrund light vessel, 34 
Otago, White, 90 
Otway, cape. White, 87 
Ouessant, 40 

Outo, or Utii, stone, Grey, 34 
Outer Dowsing light vessel, Red, 
Oversay island, 11 
Ower's light vessel. Red, 3 
Owl's hea.l, While, 100 
Oxhaiiinier, Red; a While belt, 37 
0x0, White; roof, Red, 36 
Oyster beds, White', Savannah river, 115 

I'aarde Markt light vessel, 21 

Paker Ort, stone. While, 32 

Palais port, 47 

Paliuuos, Spain, 130 

Palermo. 64 

I'alina, Majorca, 5Q 

I'alniajola island, 61 

Palaias, Gran Canariii, 76 

Palmer island. New Bedford, U.S., White, 104 

Paloo Kastro, Candia, 69 

PaloH cape, 55 

Palmas cape, 77 



Palunibo rock, 63 
Paniplico,. n7i?<«, 113 
Panclia island (Kibadeo), 50 
Panomi point, 68 

Pantnui-o head, Cardigan bay. White, 93 
Paolo St., island, 64 
Parii, 124 

Paredon Grande, Cuba, iron. Brown, 122 
Partridge island, Parsborough, White, 98 
,, ,, St. John's, Red and White 

stripes, vertically, 98 
Pasages port, 40 

Pascagouia river (East), U.S., 117 
Pasha island, 68 
Paspargo island, 68 
Pas Yew islet (Tung river). Red and White 

bands, 85 
Passaic river, U.S., Broion, 108 
Pass h, rOutro, Blacl; 118 
Pass Christian, While, 117 
Passero cape, Sicily, 63 
Patiras isle, 49 
Patras, 67 ' 
Patrick port, 12 
Paul cape, Kertch strait, 72 

,, St. (de Loando), 77 

,, ,, (Reunion), 78 

,, ,, island. White, 93 
Paull, Red, 6 
Panillac, 49 
Pauniben pass, 81 
Paxo i.sland, 66 

Pedrri Branca, Singapore, White, 83 
Piedras Cay del Sur, Cochinos bay, Brown, 121 
Peel harbour, Man, 13 
Peiraeus of Athens, 67 
Pelegosa island, 65 
Pel^e island, Cherbourg, 42 
Pemaquid point. White, 100 
Pembrey harbour, 15 

Pembroke cape. While and Red bauds, 126 
Penas cape, 50 
Penfret, 46 
Penlan point, 47 
Penniarc'h point, 46 
Penobscot baj', 99 
Pensacola (Barancas), While, 117 

., (B.ar beacon. White], 117 
Pentland Skerries, stone, '' 
Penzance, While, 1 
Pepe cape, Cuba, 121 
Periin island, G. of Cambay, 79 
Perim island. Red Sea, 79 
Pera, cape (Majorca), 56 
Pernambuco, 124 
Pernis, 23 
Peniau, 32 
I'erros road, 40 
Pertu.aato, cape, Corsica, 59 
Pertuis Breton, 48 ' 

Pesaro, 65 
Pescadores, 84 

Peterhead, Scotland, 9 

Peterhof, 33 

Peter island, White, 98 
„ St. (Guernsey). 42 

Petit Menan, Grey, 99 

Petite Terre, 120 
,, Passage, 98 

Pettycur, 8 

Phladda island, White. 11 
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Philippiue.9, 84 

Phillip, port, Australia, 87 

Pi, port, 56 

Pianosa island, 61 

Piave Vecchia, 65 

Pictou harbour. While, 96 

,, island, While, % 
Pietro St., island, Sardinia, 69 
Piir Holm, 37 
Pilier island, 48 
Pillau, round tower. White, 31 
Pilot ridge, light vessel, 82 
Pine, cape, Red and While bands, 92 
Pines, I. of Cuba, 121 
Piney point. While, 112 
Pinos point, Grey, 127 
Piskieri cape, 69 
Pitre ?i, point, 120 
Pittenweera, 8 
Pladda, stone, 11 
Plana, Tabarca island, 55 
Panier rock, 58 
Plateau de la Banche, 47 
Platon point, 94 
Pleasantons island, 118 
Ploumanac'h port, 40 
Plum island. White, 105 
Plum point, Jamaica, White, 121 
Plymouth, U.S., While, 102 
Plymouth, breakwater, stone, 1 
Po di Goro, 65 
Poge, cape, U.S., mdle, 103 
Pola, C. Compare, 66 

,, Santa (Spain), 55 
Pollock Kip, light vessel, Red, 103 
Pondiclierry, 81 
Pond island. White, 100 
Pontaillac, 49 

Pontchartrain, U.S., White,\\^ 
Ponza island, 62 
Poolbeg, Dublin, White, 17 
Poole, 2 

Pool island. While, 112 
Poplar point, White, 105 
Porman, 65 
Pornic port, 48 
PorqueroUes island, 58 
Portalegre, 125 
Portbail, 41 
Portland head, U.S., While, 101 

,, breakwater, U.S., White, 101 

,, bill, While, 2 

,, bay, Australia, 87 
Portrieux, 41 

Portsmouth, U.S., White, 101 
Portzic point, 46 
Poti, 72 

Povoa de Varzim, 51 
Praisto, 38 and 130 
Prim point, Hillsboro' bay, While, 96 
Price's creek. Cape Fear river. White, 1 1 4 
Prince's channel, light vessel, Red, 4 
Princess Royal harbour, Australia, 86 

,, bay, New York, 108 
Procida i&land, 62 
Prior, cape, 51 
Priori no. cape, 51 
Proctorville (beac^'i, TlVa'^e), 118 
Promontore, cap. . 
Prudenc'MsU.nd, Wa. *, t05 
Pubnico Harbour, Bvjn, ■ point. White, 97 



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Puercoa (Iviza island), 55 
Puerto Eico, 121 
Puget sound, 128 
Pulioat, 81 
Pulo Condore, 84 

,, Dahan, light vessel, 84 
Pumpkin island, White, 100 
Puteolano, 62 
• 

Quaco, Red and White bands, liorizontally, 98 

QueensclifF, Port Phillip, 87 

Qiierqueville fort, Cherbourg, 42 

tiuiberon bay, 47 

Quilleboeuf, 43 

Qvitholm, While, stone tower, 38 

Race, cppe, south-east face Red and White 

vertically, 92 

„ islands. Stone, 128 
Race point, cape Cod, U.S., White, 102 
Rachada cape. White, 83 
Raffles (Singapore strait), White, 83 
Poikof, 86 
Ramsey, Man, 13 
Ramsgate, granite, 4 
Eangoo.; ■ ^ 
Ras Ibn j!Iani, 73 

Rathlin island, Altacon-y head, Bed belt under 
the gallery, 18 and 129 
,, O'Birne, dome and blocking under it, 
Bed, 19 
Rattlesnake shoals, light vessel, Whiie, 114 
Ravenna, 65 
Raza, Red square, 125 
Raz de Sein, 46 
Razzoli island, Sardinia, 60 
Recife cape, Jied and White bands (4), 78 
Red Fish bar, Galveston, U.S., 119 

,, islet, St. Lawrence river. Grey stones, 93 
Reedy island, White, 109 
Reef Ness, square tower, 29 
Reggio, 64 
Regneville, 41 
Reine liarbour, 38 
Renesse, 22 

Renskar, Grey granite, upper part White, 34 
Reunion, 78 
Revel, mount Laksberg, stone. White, And 

octagonal tower, Hed, 33 
Revelstein, light vessel, 32 
Rhodes, 69 

liliynns of Islay, White, 11 
Ribadeo (Pancha islet), 50 
nibble river, 13 
Richard, 49 

Richibucto head, While, 95 
Richmond, Prince Edward island, 96 
Riga, 32 

Rigolets, White, 118 
Riniino, 65 
Ringholni, 38 
Rio (le la HacLa, 123 

„ do Janeiro, 125 

,, de Pkta, 125 

,, Grande, Texas, 119 

,, ,, do Sul, 125 

,, ,, do Norte, 124 
liithymno, Candia, 09 
Rivadesella, 50 
River Amur, 86 



River Adour, 40 

,, Bug, 71 • 

,, Danube, 71 

,, Dniester, 71 

,, Elbe, 26 

,, Gambia, 77 

,, Guadalquivir, 52 

,, Gironde, 48 

,, Guadiana, 52 

,, Humber, 6 

„ Hoogly, 82 

,, L'Orne, 43 

,, Loire, 47 

,, Mutlah, 82 

„ Odeil, 52 

,, Seine, 43 

,, Shannon, 19 

,, St. Lawrence, 94 

,, Somme, 45 ^ 

,, Saigon, 84 

,, Swan, 86 

„ -Tagus, 52 

„ Tees, 7 * 

„ Tyne, 7 

,, Thames, 4 

,, Touques, 43 

,, Weser, 25 

,, Yung, 85 

,, Yang-tse, 85 
Rixl'.. round tower. White, dl 
Roa, o\) 

Roanoke marshes. White, screw pile, 113 
Roanoke river, light vessel, straw, 113 
Ilobben island. Table Bay, Ikd and White 

bands, 77 
Rock point, Westport, U.S., 104 
Robbins reef. White, 103 
Roche point, Cork, White, 16 

,, Bonne, 48 
Roca cape, 52 
Rochelle harbour, 48 
Rock, Liverpool bay. White, 14 
Rockabill, Grey, stone, 18 
Rod point, 36 
Rodo, 38 
Rodskiir, 33 
Rodvig, 30 
Roevar, 37 
Rona (south), 10 
Remain, cape, brick, 114 
Roman rocks, 77 ' 

Romblon island, 84 
Rondout, Hudson river. While, 108 
Ronne harbour, 30 
Rondo, lied, a White, belt, 38 
Roque Bermejo, Teneriffe, 75 
Ronaldsha, (Orkneys), 10 
Roquetas, 54 
Rosa, cape, 74 
Rosas bay, 57 

Rosetta mouth, R. Nile, 74 
Rossa porta, Corsica, 69 
Rosso porto, Lagosta island, G6 
Roseway capo. Mack and White stripes, verti- 
cally, 97 
Rottiiest island, stone, White, 86 
Roumili point, Black sea, 70 
Round island, MisHissippi, While, 117 

,; ,, Machias bay, 99 
Rovigno, 65 
Royal shoal, light vessel, Lead, 113 



Rozier cape. White, 93 

Royan, 49 

Runa Gal, Mull, 11 

RudhaMhail, White, 11 

Rugged island harbour. Gull rock. White, 97 

Kuni), hexagonal, Yellow ; lantern, Jied ; toi), 

Oreen, 32 
Runcorn, 14 
Ruytingen, 46 
Ryde pier, 3 
Rye, tide lights, 3 
Ryvarden, 37 
Russkaia spit, 71 * 



Sabinal point, 64 

Sabine pass. White, 119 

Sable cape. White, 97 

Sables d'Olome, 48 • 

Sacratif cape, 64 

Saddleback ledge, upper part Grey, lower part 
White, 99 

Saghalin, 86 

Saigon river, 84 

Said port, 74 

3aire point, 42 

Salinas ,, Majorca, 5G 

Salmedina rocks, Guadalquiver river, 52 

Salou, cape, 66 

Saltcoats, 12 

Saloniki, gulf of, 68 

Salut islets, Cayenne, 124 

Saluria, Texas, 119 

Saltees, light vessel {Two Balls), 17 

Salvatore fort, 63 

Salvora island, 51 

Saniana bay, 121 

Samarang, 83 

Sambro' island. Nova Scotia, WJiitc, 97 

Samos island, 68 y> 

Samso , , 28 

Samsoun bay, 72 

Sanda (ship rock ■-'^ Stone, 11 

Sandalo capo, 6' 

Sandbammeren, 35 

Sandlock ch."nne., i,i( 

Sand island, Mobile, White, 117 

,, ,, ,, beacons, White, Red, 117 

Key, Florida reef, Barl; iron pile, IIU 

Sandp point, White, 107 

Sajidy Hook, lighthouse, White, 107 
,, ,, (beacons. White), 107 

,, ,, light vessel. Bed, 107 

,, Neck, Barnstable, U.S., 102 
,, point, brick. 111 

Sanguinaire island, 69 

Sanjak spit, Smyrna, 08 « 

Sankaty head. White, Bed, White, 104 

Sansego island, &} 

Santander, 50 

Santipilly, 82 

Santona, 50 

Santos, W!ute, 125 

Sarlioug, 37 
Sapelo island, Red and 
stripes, 
,, ,, (Beacon, Blael), 115 

Saugerties, Hudson river, While, 108 
Sarlioug, White, square tower, o7 
Saugor island, 82 
Saundersfoot, 15 



White, in horizontal 
115 



ill rock, Whltf, 97 
lantern, Jicd ; top. 



lart Qreij, lower part 



uivcr river, 52 



nulls), 17 



tia, White, 97 
c, 11 



'c, 117 

ons, While, Red, 117 

)rt?'^-, iron pile, 11') 

Wliitc, 107 
kite), 107 
i?«Z, 107 
U.S., 102 



', mile, 104 



H7((7c, in horizontal 

iir> 

Dlfid), 116 

Wlule, 108 
ower, i;7 



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Sauzon port, 47 

Savage island, Akyab, 82 

Savannah river, 115 

Savona port, 60 

Say brook point, White, 106 

Sazalnitzk, light vessel, 73 

Scala Nuova road, 68 ' 

Scalpay island, 10 

Scarborough pier. White, 6 

Scaramia, or Secca point, 63 

Scarwealher sand, light vessel. Red, 15 

Scatari island. White, 9f> • 

Hchanck, cape, While, 88 

Schevinengen, 22 

Schiedam, 23 

Schiermonnik Oog, Red, 22 

Scho(Jp.ck channel, Hudson river, White, 108 

Schowen island, 21 

Schulau, 26 

Scilly, St. Agnes, White, 1 

Sea Reach, 4 

Seaham, (Ked acre port), stone, 7 

Sea Island, bay of Fundy, White, 98 

Seaton, stone, 7 

Sea-wolf island. Nova Scotia, White, 96 

Sebastian, San, 49 

,, „ cape, 57 

Sedashigur bay, White, 80 
Sederslier, 34 
Seddul Bahr, 69 • 
Seguin island, Grey, 100 
Segna, C6 
Seine river, 43 
Seiro, circular tower, 29 
Senegal, 77 
Sdni5quet, 41 
Hupet, cape, 58 
Sept isles, 41 
Seraglio point, 70 
Seskiir, iron. Red, 33 • 
Sesklo, cape, 67 
Seto-uchi, (Japan), 85 
Setuval, or St. Ubes, 52 
Sevastopol, 72 

Seven Foot Knoll, Blacl; screw pile, 112 
Seven Stones, light vessel, Red, 1 
Sgiernioile, White, 11 and 121' 
Shambles shoal, light vessel, Red, 2 
Siiablab, cape, 71 
Sharp islam]. White, 111 
Shediac, 95 
Slieomess, 4 
Sholburnc, 97 
Shell Keys, Red, 119 
Sherbrookr towor. While, Red roof, 97 
Shcr.shel port, 75 
Shetland islands, 10 
Ship island, Mississippi, White. 117 
Shipwash, light vessel, Red, 5 ■ 
Ship shoal, Brown, screw pile, 119 
Shoahvater bay, Toke point, White, 127 
Shorehani, White, grevstone, 3 
Shoals, i-sleof, TI7((7e,"ioi 

,, point of, W/iite, screw pile, 110 
Shortland blutf, White, 87 
Shovelful, light vessel. Green, 103 and 131 
Sierra Leone, cape, 77 
Sif,'ri, cape, 68 
Simon's bay, 77 

„ island, U.S., White, 115 
Silleiro, cape, 61 



INDEX. 

Singapore, 83 

Singes island, 74 

Sinigaglia, 65 

Sinoub, 72 

Sisal, 123 

Sisargas islands, 51 

Sjaaholmen, 39 

Sivri, cape, 68 

Skiellanger, Yelloio, 38 

Skagen, or Skaw, circular. Red bricks, 27 

Skelligs, White, 20 

Skerries, White, 14 and 129 

Skerry vore, stone, 11 

Skinburness, 12 

Skude Ness, 37 

Skutari, 70 

Sligo, Jilack rock. White, 19 

Slipshavn, 29 

Slottero, Red, a White belt, 37 

Sloe, 21 

Slyne head, Ireland, White, 19 

Smalls, Red and White bands, 15 and 129 

Smith island, Fuca strait, White, 128 

Smith point, hght vessel, lead. 111 

Smyrna, 68 

Socoa port, 49 

Siiderarm, White, stone tower, 35 

Soder Skar rock, 34 

Seller port, Majorca, 56 

Solovetski, 39 

Solw.ay, light ves.sel, 12 

Sosnovets, 39 

Sombrero, Florida reef, iron pile building, 116 
West Indies, 121 

Sommars, stone, White, 33 

Sound of Mull. 11 

Somme river, 44 

Soukhouni point, 72 

Sourop, old tower, stone, While ; new tower, 
wood. Yellow (eastern face White, and lan- 
tern Red), 32 

Southampton, 2 

Southsea, 3 

Southend pier-head, 4 

Soi-th Bishop, White, 15 
,, Foreland, White, castellated, 4 
,, rock, near Belfast bay. White, IS 
,, Passage, Mississippi river, 118 
,, Roman rock, Simon'.s bay, iron tower, 

Blaek avd White, 77 
,, Roua, White, 10 
., Shoal, light vessel, 104 
,, Sand head, light vessel. Red, l 
,, Traverse, light vessel, 94 
,, -west passage, Mississippi, While, 118 
,, ,, point, Anticosti, Grei/ sioiKv, 93 
,, reef, Red, 119 

Southernnesa, White, square towor, 1 2 

Sow and Pigs shoal, light vessel, Red, Yelloie 
streak, 104 

Spathi, cape, 07 

Sp'artel, cape, 75 

Spartivento, cape (Sardinia), CO 
,, (Italy), 64 

Spear, cape. Red and White, horizontally, 92 

Spezzia bay, CI 
,, island, 67 

Spoon island, 99 

Spot.sbierg, 27 

Sprogi), 29 

Spurn, light vessel. Red, 



14; 



Spurn lighthouses, high, Red; low. White, G 

Stack, south. White, \5 

Stamsund, 39 

Stangholm, 36, 39 

Stallingboro', 6 

Start point, England, While, 1 
,, Orkneys, White, 10 

Stavenisse, 23 

Stavoren, 24 

Steenen baak, 21 

Stefano, San, 61 

Steilene island, 36 

Stephano Burun, 70 

Stephens port, White, 89 

Stevns cape, 30 

Stingray point. White, screw pile. 111 

Stone Pillar, White, 94 

Stony point, Hudson river, White, 108 

Stojiington, White, 105 

Stonehaven, 9 

Storagulf, 74 

Storens, 26 

Stor Jungfrun, While, 35 

Stomoway, White, 10 

Straitsraouth harbour. While, 1 01 

Stratford point, Blaehanil White in stripes, lOG 
,, ,, light vessel. Straw, 106 

Strijen-.Sas, 23 * 

Strivali ishiuds, 67- 

Sturt, Kangaroo island. White, 86 

Stuyvesant, Hudson river, White, 108 

Suances, 50 

Succonnesset, light vessel, squares of Red aiid 
Cream, 103 

Suda, Candia, 69 

Suez, light vessel, 79 

Sulina, it. Danube, 71 

Sullivan island, Charleston, U.S., 114 

Sumburgh head, Shetlanda, stone, 10 

Sumter, fort, U.S., 114 

Sunderland, Ydlou; 7 

Sunk, light ve.ssel, Red, 5 « 

Surinam, 124 ^ 

Susquehanna river,»112 

Suzac, 49 

Svartklub, White, stone tower, 35 

Sviatoi Noss, Yeiloxc, wood, 39 

Svendborg, 29 

Svinii, 38 

Swalfer Ort, stone. While, 32 

Swallows Tail, Grand Manan, White, 98 

SwanagQ pier, 2 

Swan island, Tasmania, Red and While, 89 
,, river, stone, While, ?>^ 
,, spit, ])ort Phillip, ii'crf, 87 

Swun.sea harbour, 15 and 129 

Swash, Texas, While, iron pile foundation, 119 

Swalow, 84 

Swine Bottom, light vessel, 30 

Swinemiinde, 31 

Swin Middle, light vessel. Red, 5 

Sydney, Australia, 89 

,, Breton island, Red and While, ver- 
tically, 96 

Sydost Brotten, light vessel, 34 

Sylt, 26 

Syr;i island, C7 

Syracuse, 63 

Taars, 29 
Table bay, 77 



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INDEX. 



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Taetan island, 84 

Tagus river, 52 

Tahiti, Point Venus, 91 

Takli, cape, 72 

Talamone, 61 • 

Talaia bank, 49 

Tampico, 123 

Tancarville, 44 

Tapia island, 50 

Taptee, Gulf of Cambay, 79 

Taranto, 64 

Tarbert, 19 

Tarbet ness, White, 9 

Tarifa, 52 

Tarkan, cape, 71 

Tarpaulin cove, Wlute, 104 

Tarragona, 57 

Taske (Japan), 85 

Tavolaro, cape, Sardinia, 60 

Tchefuncti river. White, 118 

Tees bay, 7 

Tearaght island, 20 

Teignmouth, limestone tower, 2 

Teignouse, 47 

Tellicherry, 80 

Tenants harbour, White, 100 

Tenby pier-head, 15 

Tendra island, '71 

Tenez, cape, 75 . 

Tenedos island, 68 

Tenpound island, Gloucester, U.S., White, 101 

Temingen, 38 

Terracina, 62 

Terre Negre, 48 

Terribles, 82 

TerschelUng, 22 

Testa, cape, Sardinia, 60 

Texel island, 22 

Themistocles, cape, 67 

Therapia, 70 • 

Thisted, 26 

Thomas point, Wi,ite, 111 

„ , St. (Mohlenfel's point). White, 122 
Thrpgg's neck. White, lOf 
Thuno, quadrangular tower, 28 
Tierra Firme, 123 
Tignoso rock, 66 
Timballier bay, White, 118 
Tina Major, 50 ' 

Tinoso, cape, 54- 
Tipaza, 7^ 

Tiri-tiri, Matangi island, 90 . 

Tobago, Bacolet point. Red and White, 120 
Tobur Ali, 84 

Tolboukin, stone. White, 33 
Tompkins fort, U.S., White, 108 
Tongue, light vessel (East), Bed, 4 
Tonnbg, 26 
Tofana, 71 
Torgauten island, 36 

Torgersij, 36 ' . • 

Tornea, 34 

Torres port, Sardinia, 60 
Torquay pier-head, 2 
Torre vieja, 55 
Torrox, 54 

Torungen islands, White, 36 
Tortosa, cape, 56 
'J'ory island, White, 19 
Toulinguet point, 46 
Toulon, 68 



Touques river, 43 

Tour de By, light vessel, 49 

Toward, White, 11 

Tralee. Little Samphire island, blue stone, 20 

Trafalgar, cape, 52 

Trapani, 63 

Travemiinde, 31 

Traverse, South, 94 

Trebizond, 72 

Treguier river, 41 

Trepcrt, 44 

Trevose head, White, 16 

Triagoz, 40 

Trieste, 65 

Trincomalie, 81 

Trindelen, light vessel, 27 

Trinidad, 120 

Tripoli, Syria, 73 and 131 

Tripoli, Africa, 74 

Troon, 12 

Tropcz St., 59 

Troubridge shoal, iron. Bed and Wiite strii^e^, 

86 
Tse-le island, White, 85 
Tuckanuck shoal, 103 
Tunge ness, 37 
Tunis, gulf of, 74 
Turkey point, White, 112 
Turks island, White, 122 
Turn Holm, 39 
TumeffCays, 123 
Tuskar, White, 17 
Tusket river, Nova Scotia, 97 
Tuticorn, 81 

Twofold bay, Australia, White, 88 
Tybee island, White, 115 

., „ (Beacon, While), 115 
Tyuemouth, White, 7 
Tyne river (North Shields), White, 7 

Udsirc, Bed towers, 37 

Uleaborg, 34 

Umea, 34 

Umpqua river, 127 

Umur banks, light vessel, 70 

Understen, brick, with White stripes, horizon- 
tally, 35 

Unst North, Shetland, 10 

Upper Cedar point, light vessel, Cream, 112 

Upper Jetty Range, cape Fear river. White, 
114 

Urk island, 24 

UshfuflS reef, open iron work, Bed, 79 

Ushant, 40 • 

Ushenish, White, 10 

Usk river. White, 16 

Utklippor rocks, stone tower, 35 

Ut Grunden, Kalmar Sound, 129 

Vaag, 38 

Vaardingen, 23 

Vado port, 60 

Valery-en-caux, St., 44 

Van Wies' point, Hudson river, White, 109 

Voeiro, 29 

Valentia, Cromwell's fort. White, 20 

Valetta harbour, 64 , 

Valparaiso, White, 126 

Vaquerie, 43 

Varniis, 36 



Varna bay, 71 

Varne, light vessel, 3 ■ , 

Vast la Hogue, St., 42 . 

Vathi, port, 68 

Vecchio, Porto, 59 *,,> vA':;.. 

Vedbek, 30 'i^i^f, 

Veere, ^1 

Velez Malaga, 64 

Vendres, 67 

Venere, 61 

Venus point, Tahiti, 91 

Ver, pointe de, 43 . 

Vera Cruz, White, 123 

Verclut breakwater, Jersey, White, 42 

Verde cape, 76 

Verklikker, 21 

Vicent« San, cape, 62 

Vierge He, 40 

Viesti, 65 

Villa, stone, circular tower, 38 

Villa-joyosa, 65 

Vigo, 51 

Villa Franca point, 69 " 

Villano cape, 61 

Villaricos, 54 

Villaviciosa, 50 

Villequier, 44 

Vinaroz, 55 

Vincent, Gulf of St., 86 

„ St. (West Indies), 120 
Vineyard sound, light vessel, 104 
Vito, cape St., Sicily, 64 
Voloiskaia spit, 71 
Vlieland, 22 
VoUerwick, 26 
Volo, gulf of, 67 
Vordingborg, 29 
Vulcano island, 64 

^' 
Waakaack, (beacon, White), 107 
Wade point, White, screw pile, 113 
Walde point, 45 
Walderhoug, 38 
Walney island, stone, 13 
Wangeroog, White, 25 
Warkworth, 7 
Wamemiinde, 31 
Warner, light vessel. Bed, 3 
Warmambool, 87 
Warwick, U.S., Uhite, 105 
Washington fort, U.S.. White, 112 
Watch Hill, granite, 105 
Waterford, 17 
Watt's island, White, 111 
Watchet, 16 
West point, Anticosti, White, 93 

„ Hudson river. White, 108 

Werder, 32 
West Cappel, 21 

West Girdler, light vessel. Bed, 4 
West Hinder, light vessel, 21 
Westport, U.S., 104 
West Quoddy head. White and Bed, 99 
Weymouth, 2 
Whale's back, White, 101 
Whalsey Skerries, Shetlands, brick. White, 10 
Whitby, (High Whitby), White, 6, 7 
Whitehaven, 13 

Whitehead island, Penobscot bay. Grey, 100 
Whitehead island, Nova Scotia, White, 97 



Whi 

Wlii 
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Wid 
Wicl 
Wicl 
Wig 
Will, 
Will 
Be 
Willc 
Wils 
Wine 
Winj 
Win; 
Win 
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ey, While, 42 



er, 38 



0, 120 
ssel, 104 



v> 



fc), 107 
f pile, 113 



!, 3 

35 

'kite, 112 



kite, 93 

, White, 108 



, Bed, 4 

1,21 

e and Eed, 99 



lids, brick, White, 10 
W«<e, 6, 7 

icot bay, 6Ve?/, 100 
■scotia, White, 97 



White ialand, I»le of Shoals, White, 101 

, , shoal, James 'iver, I Vhite, screw pi 1p, n 
AVhitton Ness, 6 and 129 i • " 

Wicklow, White, 17 
Widow island, 99 
Wick, Scotland, 9 
Wickham, oap% White, 85 
Wigwam point, Annisquani, White. 101 
Willemstad, 23 

Willoughby spit (Chesapeake bay), light vessel, 

Jied, 110 , 

Willoughby, cape, 80 
Wilson promontory, White, 88 
Windmill point, light vessel, .Slrcm 111 
Wing's neck. Sandwich, U.S., While 104 
Winga or Vinga island, 28 
Winter harbour. White, 99 
Winterton, Red, 6 • 



INDEX. 

Wolf island (beacons, White), US 

M rock, 1 
Wolftrap shoals, lead, 111 
Wood island. White, 101 
Woodbide ferry, 14 
Workington, tide liglits, 12 " 
Worraso, circular. White, 32 and 129 
Worthmg pier, 3 
Wrath, cape, While, 10 
Wyre river, 13 

Xagua, Cuba, 121 

Yafa, 73 

Yangtse-kiang, 85 
Yarmoutli, Norfolk, 5 

„ Tsle of Wicflit, 2 



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Yarmouth, Nova Scotin, 98 

Yedo gulf, 85 

Yeni-Kaleh, 72 

York spit, light vessel, Yellow, 111 

Youghal, 17 

Ystad, 35 

Yung river, 85 



Zafarana point, ReJ Sea, Stone, 79 
Zandvoort, 22 
Zante island, 07 
Zea, 07 
Zebu port, 84 
Zeitin Burnu, 70 
Zierikzee, 23 
Zijpe, 23 
i Zuider Zee, 23 



BEACONS AND BUOYS ON THE COAST OF FEANCE. 



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TiiK French Light Lists for 186 G contain a Notice respecting all Beacons and Buoys established on the 
Coast of France, of which the following is a summary : — 

On the French coast all buoys and beacons painted ml with a irhitc band near the summit nm-f be left 
to starboard; those painted hlacl: to port, on entering a ehauncl i'romsea; and those which eau bu passed 
on either side are coloured red with black horizontal hands. That part of the beacon below the level of high 
water and all warping buoys are coloured tvhite. ■ The small rocky heads in frequented chamiels are coloured 
in the s.'ime wny as the beacons, Avhen they have a surface suflicicntly conspicuous. 

Each beacon or buoy has upon it, either in full length or in abbreviation, the name of the danger it is 
meant to distinguish, likewise its numlier, commencing i'roni seaward, and thus showing it.-> numerical order 
in the same channel. Tlie cccn nrunbcrs are on the red buoys, and the odd numbers on the black buoys; the 
buoys and lieacons coloured red with black horizontal hands are named, not numbered. 

The letter> and numbers are painted hi white un the most ]n-ominent pai'ts of tha l)Uoys, and iVom 10 to 
12 inches in length. The mast> of the beacons which do not present sutticient surface are surmounted for 
this puqiose by a small board. All the jetty licads and turrets are coloured above tlie half-tide level, and on 
the former a scale of metre- is marked commencino; from the same level. 



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shed on the 

jiiu-^ l*)c left 
xn l)u passed 
level of high 
are coloured 

(lunger it is 
lericai order 
; buoy>, ; the 

d iVom 10 to 
'iiiouuted for 
level, and on 



PART II. 



TIDE HOURS 



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PORTS AND HARBOURS OF THE WORLD. 



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TIDE-HOURS OF THE rOPvTS AND HARBOURS OF THE WORLD. 




Aliaco, R'lliamas . , . 

Al)liey Ili'iiil, Knirl.'ind . 

Alul-ul-Kuri, Indian Ucn. 

Aliurilt'dii, t'coilatul . 

Aliordovoy, Walos . . . 

Aliorviacli, Friiico . . 

AboryHtwytli, WuIch , 

Alirollios, Drazil . 

Alitao I., I'ataijoriia, W.C. 

Alji'i-sliolir, I'urHiaii (iulf 

Acajulla, Cent. Aiiicrica . 

AL-a|puloi), Mexico, W. ChI. 

Aclii^on Urad, Simiatia . 

Acliiillpoij, Iiolnnd. 

Adam H;iy, Au«tralia, N. 
CoaHt . . ... . 

AdariiH Port (Mary Id.), 
Yellow Si;a .... 

Adiilaidu I'ort, Australia, 
S. UoaHt 

Aden and Adjacent Bays, 
Arabia, S. !<]. Coast 

Ailenara, Flores, Malay 
Arcliipelajjo . . 

Admiralty G., Australia, 
N.W. Coast . . . 

Adolphiis Id., Australia, 
X.W. Coa'it . . . 

Adou Atoll, Maldives . . 

Adou Matte Atoll, Mal- 
dives 

Adventure Cove, Tierra 
del Fuego , . 

Port, New 

Zealand 

^ound, Falk- 
land iHlanils 

Ayadir, or Santa Cruz, 
Africa 

Aggermindc, Jutland. . 

Agnes, St., Suilly Ixlea . 

Aguada Pnt., Hindostan, 
\V. Coast .... 

Ag\ilhas CJape, Africa, S, 
('oast 

Air Pt., 11. Dee, England 

Aix, lied', Cliaiente R., 
France 

Aliaroa llarb., New Zea- 
land I 

Aka.si, Japan Sea . . . 
Akyal), Aracan R., Bay 
of Beng.il . . , . 
Al iSidit, Persian Gidf . 
Aliihat Harljour, Luzon . 
Alan Id., Patagonia, W.C. 



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Australia, E. Coast .| 12 15 



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Albemarle Id.. Caliipagos 
I'ort, Falkland 

Fslillds .... 
Albi rt River (Kangaroo 

I'oint), Australia, N. 

Coast 

Aldalira Ms , Mozanibicpiu 
Aldboi'iiiigli, l''iigland . 
Aldirnuy. Kngli*«li Clian 
Akrt J!ay, Cormorant 

id., Jobnstont' Strait, 

Vancouvi'r Island. . 
Alexander Port, Africa, 

S.W. Coast. . . . 
Algi'(jir;is, Spain . 
Algoa I>., Africa, S. Cst. 
Alligator Ilvr. , Australia, 

N. Coast .... 
Alloa, FIrtli of Forth, 

Scotland 

Altona Ceruiany . 
Amboyna, Moluccas . 
Anu'land(iat,NctlicrlandH 

— llolluni Itoad . 

Aniet Sound, Nova Scotia 
Amirantc l-lis(St. Joseph 

Id.), Indian Ocean , 
Andwcb, Wales . . . 
Amoy (Inner Harbour), 

China, E. Coast . 
.Anijiaiiani I'.. Londiock . 
Amsterdam, Imlian Ocean 
Aniulgawein, Persian (r. 
Amur Suait, Gulf of 

Tartary 

Andaman Ids., Port Blair, 

Indian Ocean . . . 

Port Cornwallis 

Strait, Indian 

Ocean 

Andrava Bay, Mada- 
gascar 

Andres, San, B., Pata- 
gonia, W. Coast . 
Andrews, St., Bay, G 

of Mexico ... 
Anegada, Virgin Islands 
Aneiteum, Inyaiig, S. 

Pacitic .... 
AngoxaRiv., Africa, E.C. 
Angra, Azores .... 

Bank, Hindostan, 

j W. Co.ist . . . . 
' Pe(|Uina, Africa, 

S. \V. Co.ist .... 
Anna Pink B., Pataconia, 

W. Coast . . " . . 
Annan Foot, England . 



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Annn[>olin, United Slates 
Anne, .St., I?., Cape Preton 
AnniMipiain,l'nited States 
Anno Itoni Id., Africa 
.VnticosiUd., (}. St. "Iaw/- 
rt'iiee, East Capo . 

Bo.ir Bay. . 

West Point . 



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Antigoni.sh Harb., R. St. 

Lawrence .... 
Antigua Isbind (English 

liiir.), Carilibean Sea 
Antoiigil Pay (PortChoi- 

scul), M,idagascar . 
Antonio t-'ape, St., Cuba 
Antonio, St., Port, I'ata- 

goiiia, E. Coast 
Antonio, St., Port, Ma-j 

gellan Strait . . . ' 
Antrobus Id., G. St. Law-i 

renco j 

Antwerp, Bfdgium . .' 
Aor Pulo, Sumatra, N. E. 

Coast ' 

Aotca liar.. New Zealand, 
Apalachicolo B,, Gulf of 

Mexico 

Aj)peetetat B., Gulf St.' 

Lawrence .... 
Appin Port (Loche 

Linnlie), Scotland . 
Appledore, England . 
A(piin Bay, St. Domingo 
Aiacan R. (Bar), Bay of 

Bengal, E. Coast . , | 
Aracati, Brazil . . . . ' 
Araish El, Africa, N.C. .i 
Arasaig, Scotland . . 
Arauco Bay, Chile . .1 
Arbroath, Scotland . .' 
Arcachon, France . . .j 
Areas Hocks, G. of Mexico' 
Ardglass, Ireland . . 
Ardintallan, Loch Feo- 

clian, Scotland . . .1 
A.rdrishaig, Loch Fyne .1 
Ardrossan, Scotland . .! 
Arenas Point, San Carlos, 

Patagonia, W, Coast,; 
Argyle, B.ay of Fundy ,j 
Arica Road, Peru . . . 
Arichat, Nova Scotia . 
Arinagour, Coll Island,, 

Scotland. W. Coast . 
Arkhangel, White Sea .1 
Ark low, Ireland . . 
Artdiem B., Australi.a, 

N.C 



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Arroii, Maliiccn Strait . 
Arthur I'urt, 'I'aMnmiiia ■ 
Aruiiilul, Kii^laiiil . . . 

(Uai). . . J 

Asapli, St., K, AuHtraliu. 

N. CoaH . . . . 
Aicoimion Id., S. Atlantic' 
Awkai^' I'ort, I slay 
Astoria, On';,'i)H . . . 
Atacaini'8 Uav, Eciui'lur . 
Ati'hafalay liay, (iulf of 

Mexico 

At'i'ino, I-ocli Heaforth . 
Atico Uoad, I'eru . . J 
Auckland Ilarli., Ncwj 

Zealand, \. JhIukI .' 
Augustine, St., United 

iStates 

St., B., Mada- 

giuicar, \V. Coast . . 
Autezavick Bound, Labra- 
dor 

Aux ('ayes Hay, St. 

I)oniiii>,'o . . . , 
Avatclia B., Kanicliatka. 
Avonlsles, Australi.i, K.C 
Avon Kiver, liigbury Bay, 

Kiiglatid .... 
Awasiina (Inland Sea), 

Japan 

Awanui \l., New Zealand 
A.xini, Africa, W. Coast.! 
Aylen Hay, Yellow Sea .\ 
Ayniaun, IVrsian'Gulf .' 
Ayr, Scotland , . . .] 

I'oiiit of, I. of ]Nran.' 

l5al)-elMandeb, Gulf oi 

Aden 

Bachelor Kiver, M.igellau 

Strait . . ^ . , . . 
BftcuitB.,ChiimSea,E,C. 
Badas 1(1., Linga Bay, 

Sumatra 

Badong B. (S. Cst.), Baly; 
BaL;roo Biver, Sberbro! 

River, Africa . . .| 
B.ihia, Brazil , . . .' 
I'.ahrein, Persian Gulf .' 
Balabac Id., China Sea,' 

E. Coast ! 

Balade Harb., New Cale- 
donia f 

Balainbangan Id,, Borneo, j 

N. Co.a.st ' 

Bala.sore R., B, of Bengal, 

W. Coast 

Balbriggan, Ireland . ,' 
Bald Head, United .States 
Ballacbulisb (Loeh Leven, 

Scotland) . , 
Ballinacourty, Dungar- 

van, Ireland ■ . 
Bal'.iiiskellig Bay, Ireland 
Ballycastle B., Ireland .' 




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Ballycrovanc, Keninare 
liivcr, Iridand . . ,| 
Ballynakill Hay. Ireland.! 
Ballyness (ItarK Ireland . 
Ballysadare (Wuay), Ire-j 

land 

BallvHliannon (Bar^ . .' 
Ballyweel, Iri'land . 
Balt'a, Scotlan.l . . .' 
Baltimore, Ireland . . .' 

United Stati's 

Banana Ids., Africa. \V.« '. 
Dan 'oot 15. ti-ntiance), 
llinibiKtan, W, Coasti 
Banda, MoluccuH . . .{ 
Bander .Mi'ileb. G. of Adeiil 
Bander liori.dulfof A<lenl 

Sli.'iali, Ind. Ocean 

■ Feikaiii, Arabia, 

S.E. (.Ntast , . . , 
Banff, Scotlai\d . . . .1 
Bantani, .Tava , . . .' 
Bant I y llarb., Ireland .' 
Baraeoa, I'ulia . . . , 
Barataria Hay, Gidf of 

Mexico 

Barbados, Carribbeo Ids, 

Barbara Port, Patagonia, 

W. Coast , . . . 

I.S.inta.C.ilifornia 

Barbe St., Suniatriv N.E. 

Coast 

St a. Id., California 

Barclay Sound (Island 
Harbour), Vancouver 

Island 

Uchucklosit Har- 
bour, Vancouver Id. . 
Bardsey Id., AVales . 
Barffeur, France . .' 
Barmouth, Wales . . .| 
Barnstable, United States; 
Barnsta|ile Har, Knijlatid 
.Barnstaple Bridge, Eng- 
land 

Barquero (entrance), 

Sjmln, N, Co.iHt . 
Barra, Id. (North Har- 
bour). Scotltnd, W.C. 
Castle Bay, .Scot- 



land, W.C. .... 
Barracouta Harb., G, of 

Tartary ' 

Bairagan Hay, Rio de la! 

Plata I 

Barren Id., China Sea, E,' 

< 'oast I 

Barren Ids,, !Mailagascar | 
Barrow Harbour, New-[ 

fouiidland , , . .' 
Barry Id., Wales , , ,' 
Barton Port (Bubnn 

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Husd Hay, Korea, W.C!, .' 
BaHi|ue Port, Newfound- 

I:in<l I 

BaMrali (Har), PerHian Gf, 

Town . , , ,' 

llassein II., Hay of H»'ngal 
Hataiirs, Hashue Islands, 

China Sea, K. Coavt .' 
I'atavia, .lava , . .[ 

Hatehiati,( iilolo, Molueeas 
Hate ((iulf of Cuteh , 

lliiiilostan, W. ( 'oast . 
Hatliurst, G. St. Uawreiiee 
Hatl(Z, Netherl.iinlH , , 
Itatisiaii, H. St. l/iwrenre 
H.ittiealao River, Ceylon. 
Hawilsey Haven (see' 

Woodbridge Haven) .1 
Piay of Harbours, Falk-' 

land Islaiiils . . . .' 
Bay of Islands (MotM' 

.Mea!sl.),New Zealand! 
Hay of Mercy, Bank.s 

L:.nl 

jiayonnr (Har), Franco . 
Hazaruto Cape, Africa, 

i;.c 

Heacby Head, England .' 
Beajjio Bay, Australia, 

\V. Coast . . , .' 
]?ear ( ape.Prince Edward! 

Isl.ind 

Bear Head, C.Breton M.! 
Heaubfre Id., Gulf St.' 

Lawrence . . . .< 
lieaufort, United States . 

Heaulieu, England . .' 

Beaumaris, Wales . 
Heaver Cove, \';incouver' 
Island ' 

t'reek, Loughbo-: 

rough Jidet, H. Co-! 
lunil)ia 

Harbour, \'an-! 



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Nova Scotia , ,' 

Bede(iue Harbour, Prince; 

Edward Island , , ,i 
Bedford Bay, Terra delj 

Fllego I 

Hehriii^ V>n.y, America, 

\.W. Coast , . . . 
Belfast, Ireland . . . 
P.eli,'rano Port, La Plata .1 
Hell .Sound, Spitzber^'en . 
Belles .A mour B., Labrador 
Belligam Hay, Ceylon .' 
Bellona Reefs (Middle),' 

Australia, E. (-oast ,' 
Beinbatooka Hay, Mada-' 

gascar, W, Coast , .; 



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Place. 



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M.'inl)rMsft« Vt., Kniflnnil . 

H.iilii'ciil.i, .Sciithiinl . 
li.MCdolt'Il, Suilllltl'ft . 

jtcriinonte, Miazil . . . 
lli'iii,'Ufi,i, AtVioa, W. t'st. 
lliiiiiit If., AtVii;;i, VV. CnI. 

ItlllltDM <'llMtlt>, Clo'kiuu 

li'ivtT, Willi's . . . 

I)( rliiM'i'h or Itiii'liiiri'ii 

((JulfnfAdon) AtVioa.' 

K. (JlHlHt 

Ilcrliici', (iu.'iyiiiia . . 
ItiT),"'!!, Norway 
Birkcluy .Soiiiul, Falklaml 

fsl.lTuls 

JlcrMuiilas: Iriiland Id, 

N. Atlantic. . . . 
Ili'miTi. Ijiiuh lioa^', 

iicwis M 

llcrnfr.'iy I., .Sound of 

llnrriH 

lirr.niap I'oint, Haiika 

Strait . .".... 
RprniiniH 1{., (iulf St. 

Lawrenco . . . . 
licrwiuk, iSc<itlanil . . 
Jiitcliuweoii liarb., G. St.l 

Lawrt.'iico .... 
Iti'vpoor K, (entrance), 

ilindost.'in, W. (!o,ist. 
r>i;iH liiy (Tooiiiaiij,' Id.), 

China, K. Cou.st . . 
(TsariL'cliow Id.)! 

China, K. Coast . .1 
Hie Id., a. St. Lawrencel 2 l.j \ 14 
liiddah I!., 15. of IVn-al,! 

W. Co;i.st . . . .! lo I) It ' 
Biitford, Kni/land. . .i iJ 7 i 10 t 
r>ijony;a Islatuls, Areas I I 

Cliannel. Africa, W.Ct. 10 10 1114 It 
— — liissao, ; 1 

Africa, W. Coast . .| 11 | 8 I 

Orangoj ' 

Channel, Africa, W.C; 10 11 ! 



ft. : 

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84 1 NV. Coant . . . . 

I Ulakviii-y, Kn^lattil . . 

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Jl ll.'iy, AiiMtrali.'i, S. Csi,. 
'i Mlanco l'a|ii«, .MVie.i, W. 
144 ^'"'^^^ 

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UlaH, San, ,Mc.\iu.), W 

Coanl 

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niankcit MuiiIm, Ireland , 

ItlnwliclcU, .M((.i|iiii,o C.sl. 

niii^hScinnd, .\cw/i!:iiaiid 

Blind Itiiy, ,\ova Scolia . 

!l lUcKtk Id., I'nit.'d Staliw 

I BlnirCav. liaharn.n . . 

8 i liOOr llarl).,. N'.w/ealan.l 

I Mlnndun JIarlionr, I'.iil. 

94' Colinnbia .... 

Blytli, Kni^land, . . . 

If., Soiitliwold, 

KM!,'l,llld 

lloca do Varadiro, Ciilia . 
Hod(i;,'a I'orl., Caliloiniii .j 1117 
Bodkin l.iyht, IJnitid 

Status I r> i'i ] 1{ 

Boj idor C;i|M!, /\rri(!.i. .| 12 1 H' 
Bull. Head, Kn.,d;oi.l . . 
Boniliiiy Doeky.ird, lliii 

ilostan, VV. ( 'o;int . 
Binaei.-.i Id., It.iy of lion- 

dnra.s . . , , , 

8.V IViiian/ii, Spain .... 

Honni; i;H|ii-ran(i; llarli,, 

< ;. of .St. l.asMOiii-o . 
r.onny If.C, Afriea, WmI. 
Iiooljy I«lainl, Anntralia, 

N. Coast 

Bordeaux, Franco , 
Borja Ij., .Ma;;j;liati .Strait 



Bowliiit;, It Clyil.., Si'oi. 

land ..... 
Boyanna B., MadayaNoar 

W. Cniii.1, . . . 

Brailorii llav, l.ilnadi.r 
Bralia llarlionr, .Nnw 
loiindlind . . . , 
Bramld.' C;iv, 'I'orrimStit 
1 1 i Brandy I'ol t, BiM'r St 
ii hiwrrni'i- . . . , 
BiaHn Ifivi'i-, Aliiia . 
Id Brava, Aliici, K. t 'oaxl , 
8 ' Biay 111 id, Irrlanil . 
Bra/.iH liiver, (Jull id 

ll Mt'xic'O 

(I I Breliat, l''rant,'ii 

24 Br.Nt, I'raiK 

j Brid;,'.-|.orl., Ilnili'd SlatnH 
il , Biii|;{cvvatiir (Bar), I'lni.' 

! lan.l '. 

I I 41 Bridlington, I'inulaiid . . 
I 1 Biiil|>oi'l, |i)n;.;laMd . 

I Briellc'. Nrthcrl.iiidM . . 

.44 i Brighton. |i;ni.;land . . 

Ij Brrilol (Kin^; llo.id) V.un 

34 { land 

I Brlt.'uihi.i Bay, .Siilnliawa 

I j British Sound, Mada 

KaHcar, I'). ( Joast . 

.''< 15 1,'if II' jiroad Sonnd An;<trulitt, 

I'). Coast . . . . 

II 10 12 17, ' llroadh.ivi n ll:ir , Irrlan.l 

I j Bro.adway It. (rnlrarjei), 



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r.ilbao (Bar), Spain . .' 3 13 

(^''-wni, ,, . . 3 20 9 

liiloxi, (i. of .Mexico . . irr. 2 

liiina Bay, Suniijawa . . Noon. G 
Ijiiikan,' Ii., China Sea, ' 

\V. Coast .... 11 30 5 

I'liinic, France .... 6 3 30 
llintula ll., China Sea,^ '< 

E. Coa.st .... 5 4.J G 
ilird Island, China Sea, 

E. CcTst 9 30 G 

— Ills., Africa, S.Co.ast 4 4 5 
Id. Li.'ht, L'nited 

Suites .'.... 7 59 5\ 

I''l:i;ivanil Point, .Jutland. 144 5 

lil,ick Ball Harb., Ireland 3 40 94 

Rock, B.iy of Fundy 11 29 3G 

Blacks'xl Bay iQuav), 

Ireland ....'. 44" 10 

C^ocktoft, River Huniber G 59 IG 



B isea-itle, l')n:^larid 
Bo.ston (.Sliiiei;), Fn'.dand 

i),.,.|, (Clay Mole, ,, 

Hob Hole ,, .| 

! (( 'harleslo^n | 

[ Naval Vard, C.S. 

' lii^'ht, U.S. 

22^ Botany B.iy, Australia, 
K. Co.nt .... 
Boteler R., .M,ida:.'.iscar . 
lioucaut, Franti; . 
Bougliton H.arl)., I'lince 
Edward Island . . . 
I'oulou^rje, Franee . . 
4;, BourUn Id., Indian ()'-., 
H':(: lleiinion Id. ' 

7^ bouro i<.'ajeii llay) Mo 

31 luec.'u 

IV.w Island, S. IVifie . 
84 li-'Aft" Bvrt, Australia, 
E. Coa.»t 



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r.ij I 8 , Broken Bay, Auslraliii, 

i !■;. Coast 

5 24 Brootn l/ieh (rila|M«il) . 

9 Briiiitjhty Kerry, .S.'oi.hmd 

Broiiwiirsli.iviMJ, .Nelhei 

latrds 

12] I'.roit li'i^er, Borneo . 

ItMiMi l( , China .Se.i, E. 

Coait 

174 liriiii-iiiui tel, (i<;iiiiaiiy 
Bninswiik I'., AuHtrali.i, 
N.W. <:o;isl . . . 
Brush, Variijontli, ^'^l^H■\ 

land ! 

11 27 11, i 10 Buboi, I'oint, I'ol t lJ;irlon, 

11 1-J 11 94 Choia .Se.a, K. Co;.,t, . 

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8 15 7 8 l.awrenee . . . , 
( '',11' 15 < I'.ii lehaven, Ercdand . 
'.', 39 nl G Bieniveot.ura I'ort, Cen 

tr.il Arni;ri';» ( S'-.i/jilUi 

Hi* I, off the l/,wn , 

Buenos Ayres, H. A meriea, 

E. Co;isl 

I'ljffalo it. 'entran';':, , 

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BuUrriA Inland 'Area". 

Channel), Afriea, W. 

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TIDE-HOURS OF THE PORTS AND HARBOURS OF THE WORLD. 



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Bull Harboni', Goletas 
Chanuel, Vancouver 
Island . . 

Bull Island, Newfound- 
land 

Bulls Island Bay, U.S. 

Bulls Mouth (AcbiU 
Sound N. entrance), 
Ireland 

Bula-iur R., Hindostan, 
W. Coast .... 

Bulua<^an O'sta Ana Port, 
Filipinas 

Bunawe (Loch Etive), 
Scotland 

Buncranna, Ireland . 

BuuesHan, Scotland . 

Burburra, see Berbereb. 

Burin Harbour, New- 
foundland .... 

Burntisland, Firth 
Fortli, Scotland . 

Burnt Isles, Kyles 
Bute, Scotland . 

Burong I., China Sea 

BurrarJ Inlet, Gulf 
Georgia, B. Columbia 

Burry Port, Wales 

Bushire, see Alui-shehr. 

Bussorali R. Bar, Persian 
Gulf 

Busuanga, Burias Island . 

Button Islands, Hudson 
Strait 

Byron Bay, Australia, E. 
Coast 

Cape, Australia, 

E. Cuast 

Cabila Bay, New Gra- 
nada 

Cacheo River, Africa, W. 
Coast 

Cadiz, Spain .... 

Caen, France .... 

Caerrnartiien (Bar) . . 

Caernarvon, Wales 

Ca'iniites, St. Domingo . 

Cairnlough, Ireland . 

Cajeli Bay, Bouit) , 

Calais, France .... 

Calbuco Beach, Patiigonia, 
W. Coast 

Calcasieu Fort, Patagonia, 
W. Coaut . . , . j 

River, Gulf of 



High 

Water, 

Full and 

Change. 



Mexico 
Calcutta, Bengal . . . 
Caldy Island, Bristol 

Channel 

Calabnr R., Africa, W. 

Coast 

Caledonia Harbour, New 
Granada i 



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8 45 

2 24 

11 50 
4 45 

6 
6 1 

12 
12 30 

6 50 

9 45 
9 45 

3 40 

7 45 
1 45 

10 57 
6 10 
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Calf Sound, Isle of Man . 

Caliout Roads, Hindostan, 
W. Coast .... 

Calhio Bay, Peru . . . 

Calsbot (Castle Pt.), Eng- 
land 

Calstock, R. Tamar, Eng- 
land ...... 

Camaguin, Babuyan, Ids. 

Camarinas Port, Sjiain . 

Cambay, Hindostan, W. 
Coast 

Canibing. Banda Sea . . 

Camden H;iib., Australia, 
N.W. Coast . , . 

Canieleon Harb., Nodales 
Channel, B. Columbia. 

Cameroon K., Africa, W, 
Coast 

Campbell Cape, NewZea 
land 

Island, Nouth 

Pacific 

Town, Gulf St. 

Lawrence .... 
Campbell "on, Scotland . 
Campeche, Yucat.an . 
Caiiipobello (Welchpool), 
ii. of Fiiiidy .... 
Cancale, France 
Canna Id., Scotland, W. 

Coast 

Canso Gut (Plaister 

Cove), Nova Scotia . 

Har., C. Breton 

Island 

Cantin Cape, Africa . . 

Canton River (entrance), 

China 

Canton River ) t nr 
iir I 1 1 f -In Mar. 

(Kuper Id.) ) 

In May 

& June 

Cape Coast Castle, Africa, 

W. Joast 

Cape May Landing, TJ. 

St:ite8 

Caracas River, Ecuador 
Caraipiette Harbour, Q. 

St. Lawrence . 
Car.liff; Wales . . 
Cardi^'an, Wales . 
Bay, Prince 

Edward Island . . . 
Careenins,' Bay, Australia, 

N. W. Coast . . . 
Carclrnapu, Pat.agonia, 

W. Coast .... 
Caiyailos Carajos Shoals, 

Indian dean . 
Cargteen. R. Tamar, 

England 

Cariiiou Harbour, Nova 

Scotia 



H. M. 

11 17 

15 

5 47 

11 30 

6 6 
6 
3 

6 20 
noon 

11 30 

3 

4 0? 
6 

12 

4 
11 45 

1 45 

11 21 

6 20 

6 19 
9 10 

7 48 
10 

10 

2 40 

1 40 

4 30 

8 19 



3 


30 


2 
6 

7 


40 

59 

1 


8 


40 


11 


45 





50 


2 





6 47 


10 






5 
4 

13 

124 

6 

15 

28 
6 

30 

16 

6 

8 
43? 

10 

84 
24 

234 
37 

14 

44 

61 
10 

8 

54 

54 

6 

6 
10 

6 
38 
12 

5 

30 
10 

4 
143 

6 



ft. 
13 



94 
84 




114 



7 
6 
2 

20 
27 

94 
3 

44 



Carleton Point, Gulf St. 
Lawrence . , . . 

Carlingford (liar or Cran- 
field Point), Ireland . 

Carlisle Port, England . 

Carlos, San, Port, Pata- 
gonia, W. Coast . . 



(Arenas Point) 
Patagonia, W. Coast . 
(English Bank) 



3 

29 
9 

3i 



Patagonia, W. Coast 

Carlos, San, Port, Falk- 
land Islands . . 

Carnot Bay, Australia, 
W. Coiist . . . . 

Carouge River, R. St. 
Lawrence , . . . 

Carrigaholt, Ireland , . 

Carsaig, Scotland . . . 

Cartagena, New Granada 

Carteret, France . . . 
- Port, New Ire- 



103 

4! 



land 
Carwar or Sedashigur 

Bay, Hindostan, W. 

Coast 

Cascumpeque H., Prince 

Edward Island . . 
Cashla Bay, Ireland . . 
Casquets.Etiglish Channel 
Castillos, Cape, Rio de la 

Plata 

Castlereagh Cape, Tierra 

del Fuego .... 
C.istletown, Boarhaven, 

Ireland 

■ Isle of Man . 

Castletownsend, Ireland . 
Castries R., G. of Tartary 
Castro, Patagonia, W C. 
Casuarina Point, China 

Sea, E. Coast . . . 
Cixtalina Harbour, New- 
foundland .... 
Catliarina Sta. I., Brazil. 
Cato Bank, Australia, E. 

Coast 

Catoche Ca])e, Yucatan . 
Cattawade Bridge, Stour 

River, England 
Cavalli Ills., New Zealand 
Cavern Island, China Sea, 

E. Coast .... 
Cawee Islands, Gulf St 

Lawrence . , . 
Cay West, United States 

N.W. Channel, U.S. 

Cayenne, Ouayana . . 
Cayeux, France . . . 
(!eara, Brazil .... 
Cedar Cays, United States 
Cedeira, Spain, N. Coast. 
Centre Id. (Foveaux St.) 

New Zealand . . . 



11 

12 10 

11 15 
14 
4 
7 
30 

7 15 

4 44 

5 28 
11 

6 25 



9 30 

5 40 
4 o3 

6 45 

8 30 
2 50 

4 14 
11 10 

4 21 
10 30 

11 

9 30 

7 
2 45 

8 

9 30 

1 8 

8 

9 30 

1 50 
9 30 
9 10 



14 

20 

6 
6 



3 


45 


11 


5 


4 


SO 





51 


3 





12 


15 



9| 
20 
10 J 

6 
18 



n 



6 
6 

6 
14 

4 
7 



54 



9 
14 
14 
6-11 
274 
9 

31 
15 

8 



11 
14 



13-14 

16 
14 

10 

li 
31 



7-8 

3 

16 

154 



11 

1 

22J 



2 
12 



n 

8 



4.', 



1] 

n 
21 

24 

6 



TIDEHOURS OF THE PORTS AND HARBOURS OF THE WORLD. 



«• 



High 

WattT, 

Full «nd 

Change. 


Risk. 


Spgs. Npa. 


U. M. 

3 

11 

12 10 

11 15 

) 

14 

) 

: 4 


ft. 
6 

14 

20 

6 
6 


ft. 

4 

11 
14 



7 
30 

7 15 

4 44 

5 28 
11 

6 25 



9 30 

5 40 
4 o3 

6 45 

8 SO 

2 50 

4 14 

11 10 

4 21 

10 30 

11 

9 30 

7 

2 45 

8 

9 30 

1 8 

8 

9 30 

1 50 
9 30 
9 10 

3 45 

11 5 

4 SO 
51 
3 

12 15 



13-14 

16 
14 
10 

li 
31 

6 



7-8 

3 

16 
15i 



9i 
20 
10 J 

6 
18 

6f 

6 
6 

6 
14 

4 
7 

54 

9 

14 
14 

6-11 

274 

9 

H 
15 

8 



11 

lOi 

1 

''21 



o 
12 



n 



4i 



.5 

n 
n 

21 
24 




Rise. 



Spgs. Nps, 



Cerani, Wahaay Harbour, 

Molucoas .... 
CerrosT^d. , California. . 
Couta, Africa, "N. Coast . 
Chacachncara Id., Trini- 
dad, Caribbean Sea . 
Chacao Bay, Patagonia, 

W. Co.ist ... 
■ Narrows, Pata 

gonia, W. Coast . 
Chalky Inlet, New 

Zealand .... 
Chalmers Port, America, 

N.W. Coast . . , 
Chani(J Bay.NewGranadii 
Chamisso Id., America, 

N.W. Coast. . . 
Chain|)ion Hay, Australia, 

W. Coast . . . 
CHiamplain II., St. Law 

rence 

(Jhangchi Id., China, E. 

Coast 

Chanj[ues Ida., Patagonia, 

W. Coast . . . 
Chapu Road, Hang-cliu 

l!ay, China, E. Coast. 
Charles Cape, U.S. . . 
(^harle.i Id., Galapago.^ 
Charleston, United .Slates 
('harlottetown. Prince 

Edward Island. . 
Ciiarlowka R., Lapland . 
(,'hateau Bay, Labrador , 
Chatham, England 

Id., Gaiapago.s 

Port, America, 

N.W. Coast . . 
Chatte Caiie, U.S. . 
Chauan Bay, China, E 

Coast 

Cliausey, Isles de, France 
Cheduba, Bay of Bengal 
Chee-fow Harb., Yellow 

Sea, nee Chifu. 
Chentabun River, China 

Sea, W, Coast . . 
C'licpo River, N. Granada 
Ciie|.stow, England . 
Cherbaniani Reef, Laccv 

dives, Indian Ocean 
Cherbourg.', France 
Chesilton, England . 
Chester (Crane Wharf), 

England .... 
Chester River (Rockhall 

Creek), United States 
Chesterfield Islet, Austra 

lis, E. Coast . 
Chetican, C. tireton Id. 
Chichester, England . 
Chifu, Yellow Sea . . 
Chinuno Bay, Chin.i, E, 

Coast 



H. M. 

6 
9 10 

2 G 

3 30 

40 

1 15 

11 5 

1 

4 

4 42 

9 10 

. 9 45 

9 30 

35 

12 

7 45 

2 10 

7 26 

10 45 

8 8 
7 35 

1 2 

2 23 

1 
12 

11 
6 9 

11 30 



10 
3 40 
7 30 

10 

7 49 
6 13 

16 

5 23 

8 30 
8 15 

11 30 
10 34 

10 20 



ft. 

3 

7-9 

n 

4 

14 

16 

8 

13| 
16 



1 
3 

17 



5 
6 

6 

9i 

12" 

i 3J 

17i 

H 

12 
13 

64 

or. 



54 
16 

38 

7 
17 

m 

26 

2i 

6 

34 
14 
8 

16 



ft. 




High 
Water, 
Full and 
Change. Spgs. Nps. 




6 ! 

7 'i 

1 
14 

8 
26 



28. i 

4 
123 

7 



11 
64 



Chimney Id,,'ReeB Pass, 

China, E. t!uast . 
Chinchu Harb., Cliinii, 

E. Coast .... 
Chin-hae.Yung R., China, 

E. Coast .... 
Chingtau Bay, Yellow 

Sea 

Chipiona, Spain . .. 
Cliittagong (Bar), Bay of 

Bengal, E. t/'oast . 
Chodo Id., Korea, W.C. 
Choiseul Port, Madagas 

car, E. Coast . . 
Cliosan Hail)., or Tsau- 

liang-bai, Japan Sea 

Christchurch, England 

Christianstffid, Santa Cruz 
Christmas Island, Indian 

Ocean 

Christmas Harbour, Ker- 

guelen Id 

Chuen-pee Point, Canton 

River 

Chusan Archipelago, 

(Vernon Channel,) 

China, E. Coast . 
Chnsan Tinghiie, Chin.i, 

E. Coast . . . . 
Circular Head, Tassnania. 
Clam Point, B. of Fundy 
Clara Sta., I., Ecuad ir . 
(!lare I., Irohind . . 
Clarence Port, Anieric.i, 

N.W. C;oast . . . 
Clarence Harbour, Long 

Island, Bahani.aa . 
Claike Harbour, Bay of 

Fundy 

Clayoquot Sound, Van- 
couver Lsland . 
Clear, Cape, Ireland . 
Clearwater Point, Gulf 

St. Lawrenco . 
Cleveland Bay, Australia, 

E. Coast 

Clev,Eiiirland,N.E. Coast 
Clifden Bay, Irehmd, W. 

Coast 

Clinch Fort, Fernan- ) 

dina. United States \ 
Clonakilty Biy, Ireland . 
(Joacoaclio Bay, G. of St. 

Lawrence . . . 
Cobija, Bay, Bjilivia . . 
Coca!,'ne River, G. St. 

Lawrence . . . . 
Cochin Haib. and Road, 

Hiiidostan, W. Co ist. 
Cockburn Port, Africa, 

E. Coast .... 
Australia, N. 



Coast 



H. M. 

11 30 

12 25 

11 20 

6 
1 34 

1 15 

6 20 

4 

7 45 
i 9 
( 11 30 

7 30 

10 

2 
2 

9 40 

11 

11 40 

8 27 
4 
4 38 

4 25 

8 30 

8 40 

12 
4 

11 30 

7 30 

4 30 
7 53 
4 30 

10 30 

9 54 



ft. 
12 

17 

12i 

12 
124 

15 

12 



2 

7i 



14 

12 

9 

8.1 

n" 

12.1 



94 



12 
9 



10-12 
54 

13i 
6| 
11 

5 
4 



I 
7 30? 4? 



1 
4 15 
6 45 



34 
12 
24 



ft. 



9 
8 

10 



Hiyh 

Water, 

¥\\\l and 

Cliange. 



n 

7 

6i 
3 

10 

n 

8 
3 

2? 



Cockburn Sounil, Austra- 
lia. W. Coast . . . 
Cockenzie, Firth of Forth, 

Scotland .... 
Cod Cape, United States, 
Codroy Island, New- 
foundland . . . . 
Colarado River, La Plata 
Colarados, 1?. La Plata . 
Cold .Spring Inlet, United 

States 

Coluraine, Ireland . . . 
Collirr Hay, Australia, 

N.W. Coast . . . 
Colne Point, Colne River, 

England 

Colonibilla Cay, Pearl 

Cays, Caribbean Sta . 
Colombo, Ceylon . 
Colonsay (Schallasaig), 

Scotland, W. Coast . 
Columbia River (eiitr. ), 

America. W. Cuast . 
Componce River, Africa, 

W. Coast . . . . 
Conipu Inlet, Patjigonia, 

W. Coast . . . . 
Concarntau, France . . 
Condore, Cochin China . 
Coniro River, Africa, W. 

Coast 

Congoon Bay, Persian G. 
Conil, Spain . . . . 
Conijuet Road, France . 
Constilucion Cove, Bolivia 
Conway Cape, Australia, 

E. Const .... 
Cook Harb., Newfound- 
land 

Cooper Port, N. Zealand. 
Copiapo, Chile . . . . 
Co(iuet Road, England, 

E. Coast .... 
Coquimbo Bay, Chile. .[ 
Cordouan Lihse., France 
Corentyn River, Guayana 
Coringa or Cocanada B;iv,' 

Bay of Bungal, W.C..: 
Ceringa R. (Uir), Bay! 

of Bengal, W. (ioiist .j 
Curisco Bay (lilolieyi 

lsles\, Africa, W. Cs'. 
Cork (I'eniose Quay),| 

Irelmd 

Corn Id-., B. of Honduras! 
(.'orner Inlet, S. Austr.ilia| 
Cornwall, Cape, England 
Corpach (Loch Aber), 

Scotland . 
Corrau (Loch 

Scotland , 
Ci'runna, Spain . 
Coudres Iil. (Prairie Bay) 

R. St. La\Vrence . 



Aber> 



H. M. 


9 


2 16 
11 30 


9 15 
4 
3 40 


7 32 
6 24 


11 45 


12 


2 
1 


5 18 


15 


10 


1 10 
3 12 
3 


4 30 
7 45 
1 18 
3 46 
10 


11 


7 25 
3 50 

8 30 


3 

9 8 
3 37 
5 10 


9 10 


9 


5 


4 58 

1 45 

11 40 

4 35 


6 59 


5 43 
3 


4 25 



Bibb. 

Spgs. Nps. 
ft. 



ft. 



1-lJ 



15| 13 
13 . 



17 

13 

4 

6 

04 

21 
4 

18 



74 
5 



4 

74 



4t 
4 



6 

9 

11 

54 
H 

36 

14 

2 
2 



11 I 71 
74 
15 114 



10 



I 



13J 

94 



74 
15 



64 



14i 11 

5 , 

13^ lOi 

84 6 

4-5 3 

5 I 

7 I 

12? ' 10 

2 

8 
18? 

114 

12 
15 

17 



13 1 



8i 



10 



TIDE- HOURS OF THE P0RT3 AND HARBOURS OF THE WORLD. 



Place. 



i*. 



High 

Water, 

Full and 

Change. 



Rise. 



Spgs. Nps, 



Courseulles, Fi-.ance . 
Courtinacsherry, Ireland .j 
Coverack, Enghind . .! 

Cowesi (West), England . 

Coy Inlet, Patagonia, E. 

Co.ist ! 

Coyhuin Eiver, Chile . .i 
Coziitnel, B. of Honduras 
Crane Island, River St.! 

Lawrence .... 
Cranford Bay, Mulroy 

Bay, Ireland . . . 
Crapaud, Prince Edward 

Isl.and .... 
Crichton Harbour, Korea 

S. Coast .... 
Criinon Ids., Java Sea 
Crinan, Scotland . 
Croc Har., Newfoundland 
Croisilles Harbour, New 

Zealand 

Cromarty, Scotland . . 
Cromer, Enjiland . . . 
Crow Har., Xova Scotiii . 
Crowdy Head, Australia, 

E. Coast .... 
Crooked Id., Bahamas . 
Crookhaven, Ireland . 
Cucao Bay, Patagonia,' 

W. Coast .... 
Cuckolds Point, River! 

Thames, England . .[ 
CuldaffB., Ireland, W.C.j 
Culebra or Passage, Id.,| 

Caribbe.in Sea . . .j 
Cullen Harbour, Fife 

Sound, B. Columbi.a . 
CuUin Id., Patitgonia, W. 

Coast 

Culpepper Id., Galapagos 
Cumberland Basin (Sack-| 

ville), I3.ay of Fundy ., 
Cumsinginun Harbour, | 

Canton River, China .1 
Cupchi I'oint, China, E.C.j 
Cupica Bay, New ( i ranadaj 
Curieuse, Seychelles, In-! 

dian Ocean . . . .\ 
Curtis Port, Australia, ! 

E. Co.ast . . . .; 
Cuttyhunk, United States 
Cutwell Harbour, New-i 

foundland . . . ,' 
Cuxhaven, Germany . .! 
Cuyler Har., California .' 
Cypress H.nrbour, Sharp 

Passage, B. Columbia 
Daggs Sound, N. Zealand 
Diihouet, Franco . . .| 
Dalaw.-in Bay, China Sea,| 

E. Coa^t 

Dalcahue, Patagonia, W. ; 
Coast , .• . . .1 



ft. 
20 
10| 
Ui 

no .15 )joi 



n. H. 

9 7 
4 36 
4 35 



9 30 
52 
8 30 



5 24 

8 3 

10 

9 50 

8 
4 49 

6 30 

9 

11 56 

7 

8 

9 15 
7 

4 9 

12 

1 45 

5 53 

9 
12 



11 55 



40 
21 

n 

17 

4 



11.^ 

6 

6,1 
ii 

12 
14 
143 
64 

6 

9^ 



19? 

1 

16 

20 
? 

45i 

64 



12 6 
8 i 
3 30 j 13 



10 



9 40 10-12 



7 40 

7 0? 

1 8 

9 25 

12 

11 30 

6 5 

11 

26 



4i 

2-4? 
10 
5 

16 

8 
32 

6 



I 



ft. 
154 

84 

"1 

94 



Place. 



13 



8 
11 
11 

44 



15? 



Ill 



38 



Australia, 
Patagonia, 
Dockyard, 



High 

Water, 

Full and 

Change 



34 



114 

6 
234 



Dalhousie Har,, G. St. 

Lawrence .... 
Dilkey Island, Ireland . 
Dairy mple B., Mada- 
gascar, W. Coast . . 

Prt. , Tasmania 

Daniaun Bar, Hindostan, 

W. Coast .... 
Danipier Strait, Moluccas 
Danes Id., Spitzbergen . 
Danno R., Hindostan, W. 

Coast 

Darnley Id., Torres Strait 
Dartmouth, England . . 
Darwin H., Cii(tiseul Sd., 

Falkland Inlands . . 
Darwin' Port,. Australia, 

N. Coast .... 
Dauphin Ft., Madag.ascar 
De Roonipot, North Sea . 
Deal, England .... 
Dealy Id., .Melville Id. . 
Deep Harbour, Fife 

Sound, B. Coluinbi,". . 

Point, Durian Strait 

Deer Sound, Orkneys , 
Delagoa Bay (Port Mel- 
ville), Africa, S. Coast 
Delagoa Bay (Portuguese 

Factory), Africa, S.C. 
Shefeen Id., 

Africa, S. Coast . 
Delaware (Breakwater), 

United States . 
Delftzyl, Germany . . . 
DolgadoC, Africa, E.C. 
Delhi Iliver, Sumatra 
Demerara R., Guayana . 
DenhaniSd., .Sharks Bay, 

Australia, N. W. Cst. 
Denial B.ay, Australia, 

S. Coast 

Denison Port, Australia, 

E. Coast 

Depuch Isle, 

W. Coast' 
Desire Po/', 

E. (;oast . 
Devonport 
j England . 
Dewghur Harbour, Ilin-j 

dostan, W. Coast . .j 
Diamond Island, Bay ofi 

Bengal 
— Point, Malacca 

Strait 

Diego, San, Bay, Cali- 
fornia 

Cape, Tierra 

del Fuego 
- — (Jarcia 



Isl.and, 
Indian Ocean , . 
— Itaniircz Ids., Tierra 
del Fuego . . 



H. _M. 

3 10 

10 45 

5 
12 5 

'l 30 

24 

1 30 
9 30 

6 16 

6 30 

5 30 

4 30 
12 30 

11 15 

1 48 

12 

5 

10 30 

4 30 

5 20 
4 40 

8 

11 15 
4 
4 

4 45 

12 5 
12 15 

9 30 

10 40 
12 10 

5 43 

11 25 
10 30 
12. 

9 38 
4 30 
1 30 
4 



Rise. 

Spgs, Nps, 



ft. 

9 
13 

15 

10 

17 
11 

54 

17 
12 
14i 



54 



17-24 

7 

12 
16 

4 

16 
10 
10 

15 

12 

12 

4 4 
8-10 

16 

8 

9 

5 

6 

6 
14 
184- 
154 

9 

8 



5 

10 

6 

6 



ft. 
11 

74 



Pl.\ce. 



.104 



124 



114 
74 



3? 

114 

6 



114 



Dielette, France . . 

Dieppe, France . . . 

Digby Gut, B. of Fundy 

Dillon B.ay, Erromango 
Id., Banks Ids, . . 

Dingle, Ireland . , 

Discovery Port, America. 
N. W. Co.ast . . ■ 

Dislocation Harb., Tierra 
dpi Fuego . . , . 

Diu Island, Hindostan, 
v.. Coast , . , . 

Dives, France .... 

Divy Pt., Bay of Bengal . 

Doboy Lighthouse, U.S. 

Dodandowe Bay, Ceylon 

Dodo R., Bight of Henin 

Domingo, San, Port, Pa- 
tagonia, W. Coast 

Donagliadee, Ireland . 

Donegal Har., Ireland . 

Doris Cove, Tierra del 
Fuego 

Dornoch Road, Scotland . 

Douany, Comoro Islands 

Douglas, Isle of Man . 

Road, Bahamas 



Dover, England 

DownliJim Reach, Orwell, 
England 

Dragons Mouth, .Carib- 
bean Sea 

Drakes Bay, California . 

Drayton Harb., St. Juan 
de Fuca Strait . . . 

Drogheda (Bar), Ireland. 

Duart, Isle of Mull . . 

Dublin (Bar), Ireland . . 

Dumbarton, Scotland, 

Dunbar, Scotland . 

Hindostan, W.C. 

Dunbeacon, Ireland . . 

Duncan B.ay, N. W. Cst. 
of America . , . . 

Duncansby Ness, Scot- 
land 

Dundalk, Ireland . . 

Dundee, Scotland . . . 

Dungeness, England . . 

Dunk Island, Australia, 
E. Coast .... 

Dunkenjue, Franco . , 

Dunkerron, Keninare R., 
Ireland 

Dunmanus Har., Ireland 

Dunmoru, Ireland 

Durnford Port, Africa, 
E. Coast 

Dusky B.ay, Now Zealand 

Dvina (Bar), White Sea . 

Dyer Id., Africa, S. Coast. 

Easdalo Sound, Scotland. 

Haster Id,, South Pacific. 

East Capo, New Zealand. 



High 

Water, 

Full and 

Change. 



Rise. 



Spgs. Nj 



H. M. 

6 40 
11 6 

11 

5 30 

3 51 

2 30 

1 40 

2 
9 39 

7 33 

1 50 

4 17 

12 
11 13 

5 18 

3 
11 47 

4 
11 12 

8 30 

11 12 

12 27 

3 
11 41 

2 
11 

5 

11 12 
20 

2 8 
10 10 

3 51 

12 

10 14 
10 56 

2 32 
10 45 

9 28 
12 8 

3 45 

3 57 
5 27 

4 45 
11.15 

2 50 

5 10 
2 
8 55 



ft. 

27 

274 

4 
10 J 

7 

4 

6 

21 

5 

n 

14 



111 

114 

4 
11 

11-12 
20J 

4 
18 1 

12 

4 
44 

12 

12 
12-14 

9 

144 
8 

10.1 
21 

10 
131 
144 
21.J 

6-10 
16| 

104 

94 

12.1 

12 
10 

31 

5 
10 12 



ft. 

201 
20i 
23 



M 



15 





10 
9-11 

11 



Hi 
Hi 
I'j 



m 



TIDE-HOURS OF THE TORTS AND HARBOURS OF THE WORLD. 



High 
Water, 
?M and 
Change. 



Rise. 



Spgs. 



H. M. 

6 40 
11 6 
11 

5 30 
3 51 

2 30 

1 40 

2 
9 39 

7 33 

I 50 

4 17 

12 
11 13 

5 18 

3 
11 47 

4 

II 12 
8 30 

11 12 

12 27 

3 
11 41 

2 
U 

5 
11 12 

20 

2 8 
10 10 

3 51 

12 



ft. 
27 
23 
274 

4 
10| 

7 

4 



N]is. 

ft. 
20 j 

2ui 
23 



> t 



21 
5 

5 



11 'f 

114 

4 
11 
11-12 

2o-:j 

4 

181 

12 

4 
4i 

12 

11] 
12 



13 



15 





10 
12-14ii)-ll 
9 

144 
8 



10 14 10 
10 5G 13 i 
14i 



lOi 

21 



2 32 
10 45 

9 28 
12 8 

3 45 

3 57 
5 27 



21.i 

6-10 
IG^ 

104 

91 

121 



4 45 
11.15 



12 I 
10 I 

2 50 I 5 
5 10 |l0 12| 
2 I i 

8 55 I 7 



<i 



in 
Hi 



13i 

3 




East Point, Prince 
ward Island . . 

Alligator R., ^\ia- 

tralia, N. Co.aat 
Eclipse Har., Labrador . 
Eorehous, France . . 
liiidystone Pt., Australia, 

E. Coast 

Eden Har., Patagonia, 
W. Coast .... 
Edgar Port, Falkland Is. 
Edgartown, United States 
Edina, Africa, W. Coast.. 
Edinonirtoiie, Id., Sherbro 

River, Africa . 
Egg Id. Lt., United States 

G. St. Lawrence 

Eginont Bay, Prince Ed- 
ward Island 

Port, Falkland 

Islands .... 
Eides Fiord, Fseroe Ids 
Eig T Island, Scotland 
Elbe, Entrance, Germany 
Elena Sta., Port, Pa.ta- 
gonia, E. Coast . . . 

Bay, Ecuador. . 

Elizabeth Bay, Africa, 

S.W. Coast . . . 

Ellen Port, Islay . . . 

EUenwoods Anchorage, 

Bay of Fiindy . 
Elliot Port, Australia, S.C. 
Enidon, Germany . . . 
Ems River (outer buoy), 

Germany 
Encounter Rock, Yellow 

Soa . . . 
Endeavour R., Australia, 
N. Coast .... 
Strait, Aus- 
tralia, N. Coast 
Endormo Harbour, Japan 
English Bank,San Carlos, 
Patagonia, W. Coast. 
English Harbour, Antigua 
English R., Delagoa Bay, 

Africa, S. Coast . 
Eiiora Bay, Japan Sea 
Eran I'ay (Palawan), 

China Sea, Bj. Coast 
ImoIius Bay, Barrow Strt. 
Erine River, Bigbury 

Bay, England . . 
Erqiii, France .... 
Erronau or Futuiia, S 

Pacific .... 
Escnnnenac Pt., Gulf St, 
Lawrence . . . , 
Espeninza Inlet, Van 

cciuver Island . . 
Eapirito Bay, Brazil . 



9 39 



12 
7 

12 
5 



30 
15 
16 
50 



3 



5 
6 

24 
4 



7 
11 



7 30 
U 

G 15 
12 


11 
94 
14 
11 


4 
1 18 


17 

8 


5 


.5-6 
5 


i) 54 


13 
5-6 



12 



10 



10 


44 


8 


5 


1 
5 



80 





4 


7 30 

1 


10 
12 


10 
6 


5 
5 


40 
59 


7 


24 


4 


10 


12 
3 







8-10 
11 



-10 






n 



IGi 
33i 



12 

4 



Espiritu Santo, C, 
gellan .Strait . 
Esquimau, St. Juan 

Fuca Strait* . . . 
Essiiigton Port,Au3tralia, 
N. Coast .... 
Estevan, San, Port, Pata- 
gonia, W. Coast . 
Etches Port, America, 

N.W. Coast . 
Evangelists, Patagonia, 
W. Coast .... 
Exmouth, England . . 
i Exunia, Bahamas . , 
8 ;i Eyemouth, Scotland . . 
5^ 1 Eyre Port, Australia, S. 

C j} Coast 

1; Fair Isle, Shetlands . 
Fairy Port, Australia.S.C. 
Falkland Sound (N. en 
trance), Falkland Ids. 
(S. entrance) 



H. M. 



74 

10 



m 



11 



24 



Fall Harbour, Labrador 
Falmouth, England . 
False Point, Bay of Ben- 
gal, W. Coast . . . 
Famine Port, Magellan 

Strait 

Fane Id., Plumper Sound, 

Oregon 

Fannings Id., S. Pacific. 
Fanny Hole, Mulroy Bay, 

Ireland ..... 
Fansiak Channel, Canton 

R. , China, E. Coast . 
F'arallon, South, California 
Farehani (close to the 

Upper Quay), England 

Bridge, England 

Farewell, Cape, New 

Zealand ' 

Fatsizio, Jivpan Sea . .j 
Fayal, Azores, Atlanticj 

Ocean j 

Fear, Cape, River, United! 

States ' 

Fdcamp, France . . . 
Fenit, Tralee Bay, Ireland 
Feolin Ferry, Jura . . 
Fernandina, .Clinch Fort, 

United States . 
Fernando N oronha Island, 

S. Atlantic . . . . 
Fernando Po, Bight ofi 

Biafra 

Ferribly Sluice, River 

Humber 

Ferro, Canary Islands 
Ferrol, Spain .... 
Ferry Side, South Wales , 
Filey B.ay, England . 
Finiaterre, Cape, Spain , 



15 



1 15 



10 30 

11 



45 



40 
57 



8 



irr. 



6 17 



94 

5 
12.1 

24 
15? 

6 
5 
4 



34 
16 



12 
4 



1 

10 




37 



n 48 

11 51 


lU 

'4 


9 20 
6 


't 



9| 

n 

4i 



7 

10 

4 



45 

19 

44 

3 

41 



7 53 

I 4 



4 



Fish Hd.. G. Manan, Bay 

of Fundy 

Fishguard, Wales . . . 
5-8 Fitz-Koy Id,, Australia,! 

E. Coast I 

Fitzroy Port, Falkland I. 
FlaniandBav, St. Domingo 
Flamborougli Head, Eng- 
land I 

Flamenco Port, Chile . .' 
Flatholm Islands, Bristal' 

Channel | 

Fleetwood Port, England 

Wyre Light .' 

Flesh B.ay, or Bay St.| 



84 



11?, 



34 



12 



8 



54 

234 

124 

64 



6| 



10 



n 



n 



6 41 


20J 


12 30? 


9? 


3 


15 


5 49 


23 


4 20 


16 


3 





163 

12i 



Bras, Africa, S. Coast 

Fleur-de-lis Harb., New-, 

foundland . . . .' 

Flinders Group, Auetra-j 

lia, E. C!oast . , .j 

Florida Cape, United 

States ' 

Flushing, Belgium. . .' 

Fog Ids., Hang-chu Bay,' 

China, E. Coast . . 

Fogo Id., Newfoundland i 

Folkstone, England . .' 

Folly Point, Petitcoudiac^ 

River, Bay of Fundy.' 

Fongwhang Group (Bul-I 

lock Harbour), China,' 

. W.C ' 

Forgados River, Bight of 

Benin ' 

5 Forecarreah R., Africa,! 

34il W.C. . , . . . .; 

! Formby Point, England . 

84 , Formoza Mt., Malacca 

4f 1 Strt • . .| 

Fort Dauphin, St. Do-' 

mingo ' 

Fortune Bay, Piitagonia, 

W. Coast 

Forward Harb., British 

Columbia 

Foulness, (Crouch River, 

18 j England 

9] Fowey, England . . . 
4 J Fowlers Bay, Australia,' 

;: S. Coast 

Fox B.ay, Falkland Ids. . 

Foyle Lough (Warren- 

pomt), Ireland . . . 

F'oynes Island, Ireland .' 

France, Port de, New 

Caledonia . . . .' 

Francis, St., Bay, Tierra 

del Fuego , . . .' 

Francisco, San (North' 

Beach), California. .' 

Eraser River (entrance),' 

British Columbia , .' 



11 IG 
6 56 

9 15 
4 45 
irr. 

4 30 
9 10 

6 54 
11 12 
11 11 

3 30? 

7 15 

9 15 

8 34 
1 20 

11 45 

7 20 
11 7 

11 49 

8 30 

4 22 

7 40 

10 35 

8 
7 
50 
3 

12 5 

5 14 



Spg8- 


Nps. 


ft. 


ft. 


224 
114 


184 


7-12 

6 

2-3? 




16 


12 



37? 

2tj.i 

27 

6? 
2-4 

8-12 

n 

15 

17 

4 

20 

45 

17 
5 

11 

28 

11 
64 
7 

16 

144 
15 



10 30 ! 6 
7 



6 20 

5 35 

8 25 

4 

12 6. 

6 30 



6 

64 
154 



7-10 



2a? 
193 
204 



14 

164 

38 



84 
34 

Hi 
104 

111 



5 
12 



34 



May to October from Midnight to 3 A.M. November to April from Noon to 3 P,M. 



wr 






8* 



TIDE-HOURS OF THE PORTS AND HARBOURS OF THE WORLD. 



Place. 



'It 



If I; 

l' '"* 



o;j 



Fraserburgli, Scotland 
Frechette Id., Uivt-r St. 

Lawrence .... 
Frederick Utef, Australia, 

E. Coast 

Frederickshaab, Green- 
land 

Fre5'cinet Estuary . '. . 
Reach, Sharks 

Bay, Australia, N.W. 

Coast ....... 

Friedericlistadt, Denmark 
Frio Porto, Brazil . . . 
Froward Cape, Magellan 

Strait 

Fugloe Fiord, Faroe Ids. 
Funchal Bay, Madeira . 
Funk Id., Newfoundland 
Fury Cove, Piitagonia, 

W. Coast .... 
Harbour, Tierra del 

Fuego 

Fury Id.. Tierra del Fuego 
Fury and Heda Strait, 

Arctic Ret'ions . . . 
Gaboon R., Africa, W.C. 
Galang Bay, Hainan Id., 

China Sea . . . 
Gallant Port, Magellan 

Stra-'ts .... 
Galle, Point de, Ceylon, 

S. Coast .... 
Gallegos Port, Patagonia, 

E. Coast .... 
Gallinas R.. Africa, W.C. 
Galloway (Mull of) . 
Galway, Ireland . . 
Galveston, G. of Mexico. 
Gambia R., Africa, W.C. 
Gambler Ids., Australia, 

S. Coast 

Garliestown, Scotland, 

W. ( 'oast .... 
Garroch Ht-ad . .' . 

Gaspd Basin, Gulf St. 

Lawrence . . . . 
Gay Head, United Stati-s 
Geby, Fohou Id., Gilolo 

Passage, Moluccas 
Geelong Harbour, Aus 

tr^liii, S. Coast 
George Cape, Nova Scotia 
George d'Klniina, St., 
Africa, W. Coast . 

Port, B. of Fundy 

St., Fiasin, Aus 

tralia, N.W. Coast 

Shoals, United 



High 

Water, 

Full and 

Change. 



States 

Georges B:iy, T:ismania . 

Georges, St., Sound, G. 
of Mexico, Mid en- 
trance 

West entrance. 



BiSE. 



Spgs. Nps. 



H. M. 

40 

8 

8 

6 3 
4 15 



3 

2 37 
2 40 

1 
11 1.5 

2 48 
7 0? 

1 15 

2 30 
2 30 

7 
5 30 



9 
2 

8 50 

45 
11 15 

4 35 

8 10 

1 50 

11 49 

2 40 
7 37 



2 30 
9 15 

4 30 

11 17 

12 20 

10 30 
9 42 



1 31 
irr. 



ft. 
11 

14 

6 

124 
31 



9 
44 



2-3? 



4 
4 

8 
3 

4-5 

54 

2 

40 

4 

15? 

^ 

6-9 



17 
10 

5 

7 



ft. 
84 



9i 



34 
4 



32 
24-37 



2i-4 



Plack. 



High 

Water, 

Full and 

Change. 



Georgetown, Ud. States . 
South Island, 



44 



United States 
Geriah Harbour, Hindus- 
tan, W. Coast . 
Germain, St., Franco 
Ghubbet Ne, Socotr.o, 

Indian Ocean . 
Hashish, Arabia, 

S.E. Coast . . . . 
Gibraltar (old Mole), 

Spain 

Gigha Sound, Scotland . 
Gijon Bay, Spain, N. Cst. 
Gilmorris Id., Africa, W. 

Coast 

Gizree Bunder, Indus, 

llimlostan, W. Coast 
Glasgow, Scotland 
Port, Scotland . 



Glenan lies, France . 
Glennie Ids., Bass Strait 
Gloucester Cape, Tierra 

del Fuego .... 

Harbour, U.S. 

Gluckstadt, Germany 
Goa, Hindostan, W. Cat. 
Gadlmut River, Gulf St. 

Lawrence .... 
Goeree (West Gat). . . 
Gollonsir, Socolra, Indian 

Ocean 

Golovnin Bay, America, 

N. W. Coast . . . 
Gomera, Canary Isl.ands . 
12? Gometra, Loch Tuadh, 

11 I. of Mull . . . 
f Gonaives B., St. Domingo 

Good B., Newfoundland 
Goods Bay, Patagonia,W 

Coast 

Good Hope, Cape of, 

12 i China, E. Coast . . 
Good News, B., America, 

N. W. Coast . . . 
Good Success Bay, Tierra 

del Fuego .... 
Gooldld., .Australia, e!c. 
Goole, River Humbcr,' 

England I 

24 Gooriya Creek (entrance), 

Hindostan, W. (!oast.' 
Goose Cove, Newfound- j 

land 

28 : Gorda Sound, Virgin Ids. 
(iore Port, New Zealand. 
(«or(5e, Africa, W. Coast . 
Goree Road. Tierra del 

Fuego 

Goulburn Ids., Australia, 

N. Coast 

Goury, France . . . . 
1\ Gowlland Har., Discovery 

Puss., Vancouver Id. 



H. H. 

8 40 
7 6G 

2 40 

6 20 

7 

10 

2 20 

2 22 

3 

6 

9 50 
1 25 

18 
3 12 

12 20 

1 30 

11 4 

3 9 

11 30 

1 52 
1 45 

7 20 

6 23 

12 45? 

5 29 

8 

10 40 

30 

9 
C 15 

4 3 

6 45 

7 26 

11 

7 0? 

8 30 

9 
7 45 

4 

6 

7 

5 30 



RiBR. 



Spga. Nps. 



ft. 
44 

4| 

9 
34 

7 

10 

34 
4 
14 

11 

7 

9 

9 

13 



5 
lOf 
10 



11 

7 



9? 

iij 
1 

74 



134 

6-8 
6 

13 

9 

2-3? 

14 

8 
2i 



22 
11 



ft. 
H 

31 

25 



24 
11 



74 
10 

8J 



8 
64 



174 





High 


Rl»B. 


Place. 


Water, 
Full and 
Change. 




• 


Spgs. Nps. 




U. M. 


ft. 


ft. 


Gracias, Cape, Harbour, 








Bay of Honduras . . 


10 30 


2 




Grand Cestos, Africa, W. 








Coast 


5 20 


4 




Har., Gd. Man an, 








Bav of Fundy . . . 


11 7 


21 


174 


Grand Lahou, Africa, W. 








Coast 


4 20 


4 




Grand Passage, Bay of 








Fumly 


10 43 


20^ 


17 


Grand Port, Mauritius . . 


1 


14 




Rustico, Prince 








Edward Island . . . 


6 40 


4 


2 


Grande • digue, Madame 








Id., Cape Breton Id. . 


7 55 


6^ 


■*'i 


Grande Point, Chile . . 


9 45 


5 




Granton Pier, Scotland . 


2 20 


16 


12,1 


Granville, France . . . 


6 13 


37 


27J 


Gravelines, France 


12 


19 


15 


Graves Port, Howe Sd., 








(Jr. of Giorgia, British 








Columbia .... 


noon 


12 




Gravesend, England . . 


1 10 


174 


H 


Great Barrier, Id. (Nagle 








Cove), New Zealand . 


25 


10 


7 


Great Barrier Reef, Aus- 








tralia, E. Cinist 


8 48 


7 




Great Fish Bay, Africa, 




> 




W. Coast .... 


2 30 


5-6? 




Great St. Lawrence Har., 








Newfoundland , 


8 30 


7 


4 


Greatman Bay, Ireland . 


4 39 


15,\ 


111 


Green Island, River, St. 








Lawrence . . . . 


2 45 


16 


'■'!; 


Greenciistle Point, Ireland 


11 2 


14 


i^ 


(iieenock, Scotland . 


12 8 


9f 


^\ 


Greenwich, England . . 


1 43 


19 


15 


Gregory B., Magellan St. 


9 45 


23 




Port, Australia, 








W. Coast . . . . 


11 30 


3 




Grenada (St. George Har- 








bour), Caribliee Ids. . 


2 40 


14 


i 


Grenadines, Caribbeo Ids. 


. 3 


14 


1 


Grey Port, Swan River, 








Australia, W. Coast . 


9 


1-14 




Greytown, Mosquito Cst. 


9 


14 




Gril.anika Pt.. While Sea 


4 50 


3 




Griffin Bay, Haro Archi- 








pelago 


UT. 


12 




Griffith I., Barrow Strait 


12 15 


H 


•23 


Griguet Bays, Newfound- 






land 


7 0? 


2-3? 




Grimsby, En<;land 


5 36 


19| 


15 


Grindstone Island, Bay of 








Fundy 


11 47 


41 


34.i 


Grisnez Cape, France 


11 27 


214 


Itij 


Grondine,R. St. Lawrence 


9 


9 


t) 


Guamb.acho Bay, Peru . 


6 30 


2 




Guardafui Cape, Africa, 








E. Coast 


15 


6 




G uarmey Bay, Peru . , 


6 10 


2 




Guatulco, Mexico, W. C. 


1 30 


5 




Guavaquil, Ecuador . . 


7 


11 


Guayuuvs, Mexico, W. C. 


8 


4 





Ha 



High 

Water, 

Full and 

Change. 



BlSB. 



Spg!i. Nps. 



U. M. 

10 30 

5 20 
11 7 
4 20 

10 43 

1 

6 40 

7 55 
9 45 

2 20 
6 13 

12 

noon 

1 10 

6 25 

8 48 

2 30 

8 30 
4 39 

2 45 

11 2 

12 8 
1 43 

9 45 



la, 






11 30 


vr- 






2 40 


]s. 


. 3 


er, 




t . 


9 


St. 


9 


iea 


4 50 



;hi- 

•ait 
iid- 



IIT. 

12 15 



ft. 

2 

4 

21 

4 

203 
14 



5 

16 
37 
19 



12 

10 

7 

5-6? 

7 
15i 

16 
14 
9| 
19 
23 



14 

n 

\-n 

n 
3 

12 

3| 



ft. 



17i 

17 
2 

12,1 

27J 
15 

14 

7 



111 

H 

15 



21 



7 ? 2-3 r 
' l!)i ! 15 

41 I m 

9 I I) 
2 

6 
2 
6 
11 
4 



TIDE-HOURS OF THE PORTS AND HARBOURS OF THE WORLD. 



9* 





5 36 


f of 


1 




11 47 


, 


11 27 


nee 


9 


1 . 


6 30 


ica, 






6 15 




6 10 


C. 


1 30 


, , 


7 


c. 


8 



Place. 



High kibb;^ 
Water, 
Full and 
Change. Spgs. Nps 



Guernsey (St. Peter's 
Port), English Chanl. 

Guia Narrows, Patagonia, 
W. Coast .... 

Guinchos Kay, Bahamas 

Gun Cay, Bahamas . . 

Gundavee R. (entrance), 
Hindostan, W. Cat. . 

Gunfleet Sand, England . 

Gutzlafif Id., China, E. C. 

Guysborough, N. Scotia. 

Gweedore (Bunbeg), Ire- 
land 

Haarlem, Netherlands 

Habitable Id., Lapland . 

Habitants Har., C. Bre- 
ton, Id 

Haiinun Bay, China, E.G. 

Haiti Cape, St. Domingo 

Haiyuu-tau (Thornton 
Haven), Yellow Sea . 

Hakluyt Head, Nova 
Zembla .... 

Hakodadi Har,, Yezo 
Island, Japan . . . 

H.ilif IX, Nova Scotia , , 

HaltB., Patagonia, W,C, 

Hamburg, Germany . 

Hamilton Port (Korea), 
Yellow Sea .... 

Hammelin Pool, Sharks 
B., Australia, N.W.C. 

Hammerfest, Norway 

Hammond Knoll, Eng- 
land, E. Coast . , . 

Hang-chu Bay (Seshan 
Ids.), China, E. Coast 

(Fog Ids.) . 

(Cbapoo Rd.) 

off Can-pu . 

Hanover Bay, Australia, 
N. W. Coast . . . 

Sound, Bahamas 

Harbour of Mercy, Ma- 
gellan Strait . . . 

Harbour Grace, New- 
foundland .... 

Harbour Id., Nova Scotia 

Hardy Port, N. Zealand 

Haro Strait (Channels 
leading to, from St 
Juan de Fuca Strait) 

Hiirrington Port, England 

Hartlepool, England . 

Harvey Prt. (Call Creek), 
Vancouver Island . . 

Harwich, England . . 

Hastings, England 

Harbour, B. of 

Bengal; E. Coast . 

Hatteras Inlet, United 
States .... 

Haute Isle, B. of Fundy 

Havana, Cuba . . . 



U. H. 

6 37 

2 10 

7 40 

8 30 

2 
11 40 
11 30 

8 20 

5 32 

9 

7 9 

8 20 

9 

6 

9 30 
1 30 

5 

7 49 

30 
5 29 

8 30 

5 

1 10 

7 40 

11 45 

11 45 

12 



11 30 
8 15 

1 22 



30? 
40 



9 55 



irr. 

11 5 

3 28 

30 

12 6 
10 53 

10 40 

7 4 

11 21 

8 14 



ft. 
26 

3 
3 

19 
12 
15 
64 

11 

9 

64 

3 
12 

4 

3 
6 

8 
64 

11 

34 
9 



14 
17 

25 
32 

24-38 
4 



7? 
64 
8 



10-12 
26 
15 

10 

114 

24 

134 

2i 
33 
3 



ft. 
18f 



Place. 



8 

44 
8 

8 



Havannah Har., Sand 
wich Id., Banks Ids. 

Haverfordwest, Wales 

Hiivre, France . . . 

Hawke B., New Zealand 

Hearts Content, New- 
foundland , . . , 

Heaux Lights, France . 

Heawandou Pholo Atoll, 
Maldivhs 

Heda Bay, Japan Sea . . 

Helena St., Bay, Africa, 
W. Coast . , . , 

Id., S. Atlantic 

St. Sound, U,S, 



High R18B. 
Water, 
Full and 
Change. Spgs. Nps, 



Helford, England 
Helgoland, North Sea 
Helier, St., Jersey, Engl. 

Channel 

Hell Gate Approaches, 
United States . . . 

Long Id., 

"(Black wells Dock) . 
N. of Astoria 



Ferry . 



Pot Cove, 
(S. E. part)'. . , . 
Wards Id., 



(Paupers Dock) 

Hellevoetsluis, Nether- 
lands 

Henlopen Cape, U. S. 

Henry Cape, United S. 

Henry Port, Patagonie, 
W. Coast . , . . 

Hernando Id., Strait of 
Georgia, B. Columbia 

Hermite Isle, Australia, 
W. Coast .... 

Heron Islet, Capricorn 
Group, Australia, E.G. 

Herradura Port, Chile . 
Nicoya Gulf 



44 
6 



19 
llj 



n 
174 



284 



Hesquiat Harbour, Van- 
couver Id 

Hewett Bay, Tierra del 
Fuego 

Hey bridge, Black water 
River, England . . . 

Hiechechin Bay, China, 
E. Coast 

Hicks Bay, New Zealand 

Hierting, Jutland . . . 

Higbees, Cape May, U, 
States 

Hillsborough Bay, Prince 
Edward Id. . . , 

Island (New 

Port), Bonin Islands 

Hillswick Firih, Shetland 

Hilton Head, United St 

Hiogo Bay, Japan Sea 

Hi.tshals, Jutland. . 

Hobarton, Tasmania . 
6 



H, M, 

7 15 

6 42 
9 51 

7 60 



7 30 4 
5 45 31 



ft. 

4 

7i 
22 



9 30 



2 30 

3 11 
7 8 

4 43 
11 33 

6 36 



9 59 

9 48 

10 48 

10 9 

2 30 

8 
7 40 

12 

6 

10 

9 
9 8 

3 9 

12 

30 

12 20 

7 
9 
2 45 

8 33 
10.45 

11 32 

9 45 

7 19 
irr. 

4 28 

8 15 



5 
64 

3 

74 
154 

n 
314 



6 

64 
81 
6.} 

8 

44 
4 

5 

12-14 

14 

10 

5 

10 

12 



12 

7 
5 

6* 

94 

34 

64 

7i 

5 

1 

44 



ft. 



2' 
18 



24 
234 



6 
114 

7 

23 



64 

61 

6 

6 



Place. 



Hoe-e-tow Bay, China, E 

Coast . : . . . 
Hokianga R. (entrance), 

New Zealand . . 
Hokianga R. (Kokohu), 

New Zealand . . 
Hollesley, England 
Holmes Hole, United 

States .... 
Holsteinborg, Greenland 
Holy Island, England 
Holyhead, Wales . . 
Hon-oohe Bay, China 

Sea, W. Coast. . 
Hondenklip Bay, Africa, 

S.W. Coast. . . 
Honfleur, France . . 
HonghaiB., China, EC 
Honoruru, Sandwich Ids 
Hongkong, China, E.G. 
Hoogly II. (W. entrance), 

Bay of Bengal, W.C 
Hooper Island, Korea, 

S. Coast. . . . 
Hope Har., Falkland Ids 
Sound (Mia-u-tau 



51 

7 

5 
6j 

34 



Group, Yellow Sea 
Horn Cape, I'ierra del 

Fuego .... 
Horn or Blaavand Point 

Jutland .... 
Horton Bluff, B, of Fundy 
Hougue La, France , 
Hourdel, France . . 
Hout B., Africa, W, Cst, 
Houtman Rocks, Aus 

tralia, W. Coast . 
Howden, R. Tyne, Eng 

land 

Howe, West Cape, Aus 

tralia, S. Coast . . 
Howth Harbour, Ireland 
Huacho Bay, Peru 
Huafo Islands, Patagonia, 

W, Coast. .... 
Huapilinao Hd., Pata 

gonia, W. Coast . 
Huasco Port, Chile . 
Huildad Inlet, Patagonia, 

W. Coast . . . 
Hu-i-tau Bay, China, E 

Coast 

Hukk.ar R. (entrance), 

Hindostan, W, Coast 
Hull, England . . . 
Bridge, Crouch R., 

England .... 
Hulu Shan B., Yellow Sea 
Humboldt Bay, California 
Hunter Id., Bass Strait 
Hunter Port, Australia, 

E. Coast . . . , 



Hurst (Camber), England 



High 

Water, 

Full and 

Change, 



Rise. 



U. H. 

12 15 

9 46 

10 15 

11 30 

11 43 
6 30 
2 30 

10 11 

11 30 

2 30 
9 29 

10 
4 

10 15 

10 

9 10 
8 10 

10 24 
4 40 

1 44 

12 30 
8 42 

11 26 

2 20 

11 30 



9 

11 9 
4 46 

12 

1 25 
8 30 

48 

12 15 

10 30 
6 29 

12 26 

2 30 
12 2 

11 30 



Spgs. Nps. 



3 45 
10 
12 



UO ) 
|l2 i 



ft. 

16 

10 

10 
8? 

If 
10 

15 

16 



^1 
234 

64 
2 

4| 
lOf 

114 

7 

61 
9 

5 

48 
184 

274 
5 

n 
12 

6 

13 

3 

7 

15i 
6 

16-20 

16 

11 

20| 

16 



54 
8 

0-7 

7i 



ft. 



7 
6? 

14 

114 
12J 



18 



81 



40 

144 

21 



10 



161 

11 
6 
44 



WW 



10* 



TIDE-HOURS OF THE PORTS AND HARBOURS OF THE WORLD. 






a 



'f 



t 
I 

\ ! 



I 

I ii 



Plaob. 



Rise. 



High 
Water, 
Full and 
Change. Spgs. Nps. 



Husum, Denmark . . . 
Hyannis, United States . 
Ichabo Id., Africa, W.C.I 
Ilfracouibe, England . .j 
Ik), Japan Sea . . , .| 
Ilha Grande, Brazil . ' .' 
Ilheo, Port d', Africa, W. 

Coast \ 

Iliolo Port, Filipinas . .■ 
Inagua, Bahamas . . .' 
Indefatigable Id,, Gala-j 

pages ' 

Independencia Bay, Peru' 
Indian Cay, Florida . .' 
Indus (Gizree Bunder),' 

Hindostan, W. Coast.' 
InhambaneR., Africa, E.C. 
Inishbofin, Ireland . .' 
Inishkeel, Ireland . . .1 
Inishturk, Ireland . , .' 
lukanskie. White Sea .' 
Inman Cape, Tierra del 

Fuego ...,.' 
Intsi Point, White Sea .' 
Inverary, Scotland . .' 
Inverness, Scotland . .| 
Investigator Rd.j AuS' 

tralia, N. Coast , , 
lona Sound, Scotland 
Ipswich, England , . , 

, United States , 

Iquiqui Ruad, Peru . 
Ireland Id., Bermudas .1 
Isidro, St., Cape, Magel-' 

Ian Strait .... 
Island Harbour, Choiseul: 

Sound, Falkland Ids. j 

Islay, Peru I 

Isleaux-Coudres, R. St. I 

Lawrence . . . .' 
Isles de IjOs, Africa, W. C. I 
Isolette Cape, Arabia,! 

S.E. Coast . . . .1 
Ives, St., England . .i 
Jacinto, Port San, Ticao' 

Id., Filipina? . . .1 
Jackson Port (N. -Head), I 

Australia .... 
Jacmel, St. Domingo . . 
Jaffrabat, Hindostan, W.j 

Coast 

James Id. (Adam Cove), 

Galapagos .... 
N. side, Gala- 1 

P»gf>s 

James Id., W. end, Gala- 
pagos 

James R. (City Point),! 

C.S I 

Jashk Shoal, Persian Gulf 
Jftsk Cape, Persian Gulf. I 
Jebiigue, Bay of Fundy .1 
Jeuore, Nova Scotia . .1 
Jekatariua Idii., Lapland, 



H. H. 

2 36 

12 22 

1 

5 42 

12 30 



3 

12 
8 

1 56 

4 50 
8 23 



60 
15 



4 31 

5 10 
4 36 
9 15 

2 

11 55 

12 
12 18 



8 


9 


5 11 


llf 


12 35 


13^ 


11 26 


m 


8 45 


5 


7 4 


4 



1 

5 20 

6 53 

4 25 
6 35 

9 
4 44 



8 15 
irr. 

11 35 

2 14 

2 34 

3 lo 

2 11 

9 30 

6 
10 4 

7 45 
6 23 



ft. 

9 

4 

6 
27i 

8 

5 

8-10 
54 
3i 

6 
4 
2i 

7 
10 

121 
11 

12i 

14 

4 

16 
10 
12 



6 

7 

17 
13 

10 
21 



6 30 I 6 



2-3? 
9 
5 
5 
5 

3 

8 

6 
15 

6i 
10 



ft. 

3 

4 
21i 



2i 



n 



H 



94 

8| 
84 



10 



15 



n 



Place. 



High 

Water, 

Ful^ and 

Change. 



Rise. 



Spgs. Nps. 



Jerba, Mediterranean . 

Jericoacoara, Brazil . 

Jereey (St. Helior), Eng- 
lish Channel . . 

(Uosel) . . . .j 

Jervis Bay, Australia, E.l 
Coast ' 

Jezirat Arabl, Persian G. 

Hamar-al-nafur,| 

Arabia, S.E. Coast .! 

Jfin, Persian Gulf 

Kabr ,, . . 

Kais ,, . . 

Kharg or K^reg , , 

Larek .... 

Tumb . . . . 

Jiddah, Red Sea . . . 

Jijginsk IsLind, White 
Sea 

Joao San, Brazil . . 

Johanna Id. (anchorage) . 

Pomony Harb., 

Comoro Islands 

John St., Bay of Fundy . 

Newfoundland, E. 

Coast . . . . , 

(North Coast) 

River, Africa, S. 



Coast . 

River, U.S. 



2| 



111 
4jj 



Jonquiere Bay, Gulf of 
Tartary .... 

Joombas R., Africa, W.C 

Jooria, Hindostan, \^.C. 

Josef, San, Port, Pata- 
gonia, E. Coast . 

Jourimain Island, New 
Brunswick . . . 

Juan de Nova, Madagascar 

Juan Fernandez I., Chile 

Juan San, Porto Rico 

San Port, Peru . . 

Juby Cape, Africa 

Judith Point, United- Sts. 

Jukan Islands, Lapland . 

Julian, San, Port, Pata- 
gonia, E. Coast 

Julianshaab, Greenland . 

Julien, St., Harbour, ) 7 
Newfoundlanil . . ( 6 

Junk Fleet entrance, Can 
ton River, China . .| 

Junk River, Africa, W.C. | 

Junkseylon Id. (E. Side},! 
Malacca .Strait. . .! 

Jura Island (Small Isles),! 
Scotland i 

Feolin Ferry . .| 

Kaikora Penin, New Zea- 
land 

Kaipara Harb. (entrance), 
New Zealand . . . 

Kalgalakska, White Sea. 

Kalian Point, Bank a St. 



H. M. 


ft 


3 10 


7 


11 SO 


12 



6 36 
6 15 



4 
11 21 

7 30 
10 40 

4 

7 28 

10 

8 10 
2 

10 

9 30 

9 30 

8 2 

5 10 

7 32 

9 

10 45 
5 6 

21a.m. 
30 r.M. 

11 50 
5 45 

10 



4 41 

5 so- 
lo 55 

6 50 
8 17 



314 
30 



6 20 


6-9 


6 30? 




9 30 


10 


11 30 


10 


45 

8 
10 15 


84 

74 
64 




8 




3 


5 15 


4 


6 24 


14 


3 40 


11 



11 

27 

6 

74 



5,i 



6 
16 

30 

6 
5 
4 

n 

3 

8 

13 

30 
7 

I a 

64 
5 

lU 



64 



10 

7 

12i 



ft. 
5 
9 

23 
2U 



Place. 



104 



9 
23 

4 

54 



124 

25 

3 



34 






Kandalaksha, White Sea. 
Kanusliin Cape, White Sea 
Kapiti Island, N. Zealand 
Kan chi Harb. (entrance) 

Hindostan, W. Coast 
Karakoa Bay, Owyhee 
Kata, Japan Sea 
Katwyk, Netherlands 
Kawau LI., New Zealand 
Kawhia Har., N. Zt^aland 
Keats Port, , Australia, 

N. Coast .... 
Kedowarry, Hindostan . 
Keelacarry, Ceylon . . 
Kedt^eree, Bay of Bengal 
Keeling Islands (Port 

Refuge), Indian Ocean 
Kegashka B., G. St. Law- 
rence 

Kelung Harb. (Formoza), 

China Sea, E. Coast . 
Kenmare R. (W. Cove), 

Ireland 

Kenn Reef, Australia, E. 

Coast 

Kennebec River (Hanni- 

wells Point), U.S. . 
Kent Island, Bass Stiait. 
Kentish Knock, England 
Keppel Bay, Australia, 

E. Coast .... 
Keret, White Sea . . . 

■ — Point, White Sea. 

Kerguelen Island, Indian 

Ocean .... 
Kesm, Persian Gulf . 
KettleCove, United States 
Kh6r Jeriiineh, Arabia, 

S.E. Coast . . . . 
Kyouk Phyou Harbour, 

Bay of Bengal . . 
Kilbaha, Ireland . 
Kilda, St., Hebrides . 
Kildin Island, Lapland 
Kilkieran Cove, Ireland 
Killala Bay, Ireland . 
Killeany Bay, Ar'an Ids. 

Ireland .... 
Killingholine (Humber 

R.), England . . 
Killybegs, Ireland. 
Killylea),'h, Ireland . 
Kiltnichael Point, Ireland 
Kilrush, Ireland . . 
Kincardine, P^irth of 

Forth, Scotland . 
King Id., Ba'fs Strait 
King Port, Falkland Ids, 
Sound, Australia 

W. Coast . . . 
Kingsliriilge, England 
Kingstown, Ireland . 
Kinsale, Ireland . . 
Kiusiang Pt., China, E.C, 



Rise. 



High 
Water, 
Full and 
Change. Spgs. Nps. 



H. M. 

3 25 
11 64 

9 

10 30 
3 49 



4 

30 



6 30 
9 30 

6 

9 67 

11 30 

11 

6 30 

10 45 

10 30 
3 52 

8 

11 15 
11 lo- 
ll 47 

9 30 

3 8 

4 30 



2 
11 

7 







48 



10 
4 
6 




16 
30 



6 45 



34 

22 



4 28 

6 2 
b 16 
12 40 
8 30 
4 42 



53 



30 

10 
46 



11 10 



ft. 

7 
15 

6 

94 

64 

5 

10 
12 

22 
9 



5 
3 
10 
54 
H 



9-14 
6 
54 

2 
12 



9 30 I 10 



43 




9 
13 

12 

15.1 
lOi 

134 

19| 

Hi 
11 

14 

171 

6 

33 
10 
11 
114 



ft. 



■U 



i).l 



11 

8 

10 

Uk 

8i 

"1 

'i 

lOJ 

15 



it 



TIDE-HOURS OF THE PORTS AND HARBQURS OF THE WORLD. 



!!• 



High 

Water, 
nil and 
!liange. 



Rise. 



Place. 



SpgH. Nps 



H. H. 

3 25 
11 54 

9 

10 30 
3 49 
6 4 
2 30 
6 30 

9 30 

6 
9 57 

11 30 
11 

6 30 

10 45 

10 30 
3 52 

8 

11 15 

11 lOv 

11 47 

9 30 

3 8 

4 30 

2 
11 

7 48 



ft, 

7 
15 

C 

94 

5 

10 
12 

22 
9 



5 
5 
3 

10 
5i 

n 



9-14 
6 
54 

2 
12 



ft. 



9 30 I 10 



10 
4 
5 




16 
30 



6 45 



34 

22 



4 28 

6 2 

5 16 
12 40 

8 30 

4 42 

2 53 
1 

7 30 

10 

5 46 
11 10 

4 43 
7 



33 
10 
11 

114 



4J 



High 

Water, 

Full and 

Change. 



9 


6 


13 


91 


12 
15i 


U 


lOi 


S 


134 


10 


19? 


154 


Hi 


Si 


11 


yi 


4i 


3 


14 


lOi ■■ 


17i 


. 1 






Kircubbin, Ireland . . 
Kirindi, Ceylon . . . 
Kirkcudbright, Scotland 
Kirkwall, Orkneys . ■ 
Kishm, see Kesm. 
Kiswara Har., Africa, 

E. Coast 

Klaskino Inlet .... 
Klftskish Inlet, Van- 
couver Island . . 
Knox Bay, Vancouver Id. 
Koepang, Timor . . . 
Kokohu, New Zealand . 
Ko-kun-to Group, Korea, 
W. Coast .... 
Kok-si-kor Pt. (Formoza) 
China Se.i, E. Coast . 
Koombanah B., Australia, 
W. Coast .... 
Koree R. (Monda Point), 
Hindostan, W. Coast 
Kotipatnam, Bay of 
Bensial, W. Coast . .' 
Kouloi River .... 
Kou Zomen, White Sea . 
Kovda Bay, White Sea . 
Koweit, Persian Gulf . . 
Krakatoa, Strait of Sunda 
Kiiper H.ir., Korea, S. X]!, 

Port, America, N. 

W. Coast 

Kuriyiln Muriydn Bay 

and Islands, Arabia, 

S. E. Coast . ■ ., . 

Kurrachee, «ee Karachi. 

Kweshau Ids., China, E. 

Coast 

Kyauchau Bay, Yellow 

Sea 

Kyem River, White Sea 
Kykduin, Netherlands 
Kyle Akin, Loch Alah, 

Scotland ' 

Kyle Hhea, Scotland . .i 
Kyuquot Sound, Vancou-j 
ver Island . . . .' 
I,a Poile B., Newfoundld.' 
Labuan Id., China Sea,' 

E. Coast i 

Labyrinth Ids., Magellan 

Str.iit I 

Laciil Har., St. Douiingoj 
Lady Bay, Australiiv, S.C. 
Lady Klliot Islet, Aus- 
tralia, E. Coast . . 
Lar;o8, Portugal . . . 

River (Bar), Bight, 

of Benin ' 

Lagos River (Consulate 

Wliarf) 

(Palaver Ida). 

Laguimanoc Port, Luzon 



H. M. 

12 42 

3 30 

11 10 

10 9 



4 80 
12 

12 
12 
11 

10 15 

2 25 

11 30 
9 

11 40 

11 
1 15 

3 30 
3 25 
15 

7 
9 28 



RlHE. 



Spgs. Nps. 



1 40 



8 20 



9 30 

5 

5 23 

7 

6 16 
6 

12 
9 

9 45 

30 
6 0? 



9 
2 7 

6 



1 30 



ft. 

114 

23 
10 



12 
12 

12 

16 

9 

10 

18 



4 3 
11 

li 
20 

6 

6 

9 

4 
114 

13 



14 

12 

4 

12 

15i 
15 

12 
6 



fi4 
31 

4 

7-8 
13 



2 
1 

54 



ft. 
9J 

74 



Place, 



High 

Water, 

Fall and 

Change. 



64 
7 

10 



104 



Laguna de Terminos, G. 

of Mexico .... 
Lanialin, Newfoundland . 
liambayeque Rd., Peru . 
Lanilasli, Scotland . . 
Larno Har., Africa, E. C. 
Lancaster, England . 
Landshippins;, Cleddau 

River, Wales . . . 
Langshan Crossing, Yang 

tse-Kiang* . . . 
Lankeet Island, Canton 

River, China . . - 
Lansew Bay, China, E. C 
Lanzarote, Canary Ids. , 
Laredo B., Magellan Str 
Largs, Scotland . . .1 
Latham Id.. Africa, E. C.[ 
l^atitude Bay, Tierra del 

Fuego 

I/iu-mu-ho, Yellow Sea . 
Lauu, Great and Little, 

Newfoundland . . . 
Laura Har., Tierra del] 

Fuego 

' Lavata Bay, Chile . . 
Lawrence, Great St., 

Har., Newfoundland 
Le Have Cape, N. Scotia 
— Nova Scotia, 

Crooked Channel . . 
— — — Mothers Island. 
Getsons Gove . 



u. u. 

noon 
9 15 
4 

11 49 
4 6 

11 16 

6 27 
1 40 

11 20 

10 



Bridgewater 

(McKean's Wharf) 
Lunenburg 



11 
11 



1 
11 



0? 
30 



(Spidlers Cove) 
Le Maire Strait, Tierra 
del Fuego . . . , 
Leervig Fionl, FfProe Ids 
Leith, Scotland . . . 
Leman Shoal, Enghnd 
E. Coast .... 
Lennox Cove, Tierra del 

Fuego 

Leopold Port, Barrow St 
Lepreau, Bay of Fundy 
Lerwick, Shetland 
L'Etimg Har., Bay of; 

Fundy 

' Leubu River Chile . . .1 
Leven Port, Madagascar .1 
Leviier Bay, Africa, W., 

I Coast ] 

j Lewis Cape, St., Labrador! 
Liant Cape (G. of Si.ain),j 

China Sea, W. Co^i 
Liau Ho (Bar), Yell., v 

Sea ' 

(entrance) . .1 

Liau-tung, Chingho, Yel- 
low Sea ' 



11 50 
4 

2 5 
1 30 

8 15 



1 

9 20 

8 30 

7 48 

7 51 
7 51 

7 55 

8 6 

7 54 

4 
30 

2 17 

6 

4 40 
12 6 
11 18 

10 30 



RjBE. 



Spgs. Nps, 



n 19 

10 30 

3 30 

12 
6 30 

5 7 

4 

5 

1 20 



ft. 

li 
84 
3 

10 

11 

84 
20 
12 



13 

9? 

9 
10 
10 

4 
"5 



6 

5 

7 
7 

7* 

7 

71 

S 
7i 

7 

64 
16i 



8 

6 

244 



23i 
5 

74 

6-7 



114 

12 



ft. 



Place. 



144 

8 



Liau-tung, Gulf (Sand 

Point), Yellow Sea . 

N. VV. Head of] 



5:^ 



6 ! 

64 
6 



12J 



44 
21 
4 

20 , 



Gulf 

Limerick, Ireland . . 
Lindy River (entrance) 

Africa, E. Coast . 
Llngeh, Persian Gulf. 
Lintin Island. Canton R, 

Cliini, E. Coast . 
Lisbon (Belem), Portugal 
Liscanor Bay, Ireland 
Lisconib Har,, Nova 

Scotia .... 
Lishan Bay, China, E, C 
List, Denmark . . . 
Tiitau Bay, Yellow Sea 
Tiitke Riilge, White Sea 
Little Egg Har., United 

States .... 
Little Fish B.-vy, Africa, 

W. Coast . . . 
Little Gull Island, U.S. 
Littlehampton, England 
Little Metis, G. St. Law 



High 

Water, 

Full and 

Change. 



64 



renc<5 

Little Milford Quay, R, 

Cleddau, Wales . 
Little Natashquan, G, 

St. Lawrence . . 
Little Tan-^ock Island 

Nova Scotia . . 
Liverpool, England . 

Bay, N. Scotia 

Liza Bay, Lapland . 
Lizard Id., Australia, E 
Coast .... 

Point (PerranVose 

Cove), England , 
Llanelly (Bar), Wales 
Lloyd Port, Benin Ids. 
Loanda, San Paul de, 

Africa. W. Coast . 
Lobah Point, Banka Str, 
Lobito Bay, Africa, S.VV 

Coast 

Lobo Point, Peru . . 

Lobos Cay, Bahamas . 

Lobos Head, Patagonia, 

: W. Coast ... 

1 Loch Aline. Scotland . 

Alsh „ 

Boisdale ,, 

Broom „ 

Carron ,, 

Cdr.n ,, 

Duieh „ 

DuMvegan,, 

74 Eil (Heau of Loch) 

Eport ,, 

Eriboll „ 

Erisort ,, 



U. M. 

4 50 

5 30 

6 16 

4 15 
12 0? 

12 
2 30 

4 23 

8 

10 15 

2 21 

3 

11 45 

7 10 

2 30 

9 38 
11 36 

2 10 

6 31 
11 

7 43 
11 23 

7 50 

5 58 



Rlf5E. 

Spgs, Nps. 



9 15 

5 

6 16 
6 8 



ft. 



10 
183 

12 



7i 

12 
13J 

64 
16 

6 

6 
15 

44 

5-6 1 
3 
16 

13 

19 



7i 
26 
8 
9 

7-10 

14| 

28 
3 



4 30 6 
11 Ot 10 



2 20 
8 

7 40 

29 

5 33 

6 16 

5 47 

6 40 
6 29 



5 

3 

13J 
154 
12J 
144 
164 



ft. 

5:} 

»i 



9 
10 

4i 

4 

3i 

n 

114 

8 
134 

3 

6 

20i 

5 



104 
21 



5 36 I 


13 1 


6 


154 


6 7 


15i 


6 27 




6 6 


124 


.7 43 


14J 


6 43 


ll5i 



104 

11 
94 
104 

114 
94 

11 
11 

11 
114 



At the Langshan Crossing the tide rises for 3 hour* only, and falls for 9 hours.-H.M.S. Acta^on, 18C1. + In S.E. Monsoon. 



\2* 



TIDE-HOURS OF THE PORTS AND HARBOURS OF THE WORLD. 




'W' i. 



Loch Etive, Stonefield, 
Scotland . . . ' . . 

Etive, Bunawe, Scot- 
land 

Ewe „ 

Goil „ 

Hourn ,, . 

Inver ,, 

Laxford ,, . 

Leven (Hd. of Loch) 

Linnbe 

Long 

Maddy 

Muidart 

Nevis 

Roag 

— — Ryac 

Skiport ,, 

Strivan ,, 

Sunart ,, 

Tarbeit, West, Har 

ris Island, Scotland 

• -^ Tarbert, E., Scotland 

Tongue 

Torridon 

Tuadh 



»> 



Lofoten Ids., Norjfay 
Loheia, Red Sea . . , 
Loire R. (St. Nazaire), 

France 

Lonias Point, Peru . . 

Loriibock (Anipanam B.), 

Java Sea . . . .^ 

London Bridge, England. 

Docks, England.' 

Londonderry, Ireland . 
Looe (Kast), England 
Lookout Point, United Stf 
Lopez Cape, Africa . 
L'Orient (Port Louis), 

France .... 
Lord Howe Island, S 

Pacific .... 
Loshankau, Yellow Sea 
Lough Lame, Ireland 

Rossniore, Ireland 

Louis Port, France . . 

Mauritius 

Louis, St., Bay, St. Do 

niingo 

Louishurg Harb., Cape 

Breton Island . . 
Low l>,iy, Falkland Ids. . 

Port, Patagonia, W. 

Coast 

Lowestoft, Eiigland . 
Luabo River (entrance), 
Africa, E. Coast . . 
Lucas S;\n. Bay, California 
Lucipara Pass, Banka St. 
Luis St., Texas, G. of 

Mexico 

Luis Obispo, San, Cali- 
fornia 



High 

Water, 

Full and; 

Change. 



U. H. 



7 3 

7 64 
6 3!) 

12 6 
6 45 
6 40 
6 44 
6 28 
6 26 

12 6 
6 6 

5 44 

6 47 
6 11 

11 12 
5 62 

11 55 

5 40 

G 4 

6 10 

7 53 
6 20 
6 29 

12 

1 30 

3 40 

8 19 

8 

2 7 
1 67 
8 1 
5 26 




5J 
144 

10 

133 

14 

15 

12i 
12 
12i 
134 
144 
11 
11 
124 
6 
134 

Hi 
134 
15 
15 

Hi 

9 
3 

J.5i 
5 

6 

19i 
194 

16 



68 


2 


4 30 


4-6? 


3 11 


13 


8 30 


6 


4 30 


11 


10 48 


6| , 


5 20 


11 


3 11 


13 


12 30 


3 

O O 1 



irr. 

8 
5 



10 
9 57 



9 20 
irr. 



10 8 



2-3? 



5 



22 
94 
10 



13 

4i 



104 

6 I 
10| 
11 
"i 

84 

9.1 1 
91 
10 
8 

9 



Lunaire Bay, Newfound- 
land 

Lundy Island, England . 

Lung-uiun Uarb., YelloW| 
Sea 

Lyme Regis, England .1 

Lyinington, England . .: 

Lynn Deep, England . . 

Harbour .... 

Road 

Lyttelton Port, New Zea- 
land .... 

Mabou River, C. Breton 
Island 

Macahd, Brazil .... 

Macao, China, E. Coast. 

Macassar, Celebes . . . 

McDougall liar., Africa, 
S.W. Coast. . . . 

Maceio, Brazil .... 
84 Machias, Seal Island, Bay 
10 I oi Fundy .... 
12 I Macowa, P<;d Sea . . 

Macquarie Har., Tasmania 

Port, Austra- 
lia, E. Coast . . . 

Macquereau P., Q. St. 
Lawrence .... 

Madame Id., Madagascar 

Madoc Port, Wales . .1 

Madras Road, Coroman-' 
del Coast . . . .1 

Magadoxa, Africa, E. Cst. ' 

Magdalen Ids., Gulf St.' 

Lawrence . . . .' 

River, R. St. 




15 



11 



74!: 



11 



16| 
17 
54 
13 

U 



94 



9 

8 

94 

2i 



5i 

I 

I 

34 



I Lawrence 
i Magdalena Sta., Island,; 
I iMagellan Strait . .' 
'[ Magdalene B., California 
iMahato Id., Africa, E.C!. 
Mahneah R., Africa, W.C. 
Malione Bay, Nova Scotia 

Ileckmans 

Anchorage . 

Princes Inlet 

Ham Island 

Martins R. . 



-Chester 



Mahons R., United States 
Maiden Rocks, Ireland,' 
N.E. Coast. . . .• 
Majaniho B., Madagascar 
Makiitnin, Arabia, S. E. 

Coast ' 

Makalleh, Arabia, S.E.^ 

Coast ' 

Makunil)a R., Madagascar 
Makung Har., Pescadores, 
China Sea . . . ,1 
Malabrigo Port, Peru .' 
Malacca .Strait (light ves- 
sel, one fathom bank) .{ 



10 

6 21 

;iO 25 

12 15 
6 



3 50 



8 56 

2 
4 
7 30 



34 

30 



8 20 
11 



12 


10 


7 35 


6i 


4 30 


7 


7 40 


11 


8 


7 



45 
42 
47 
43 
44 
52 



10 43 
4 30 

9 

8 30 
4 45 

10 30 
'6 

6 



2-3? 

27 



7 

23 
18 
20 

74 



9 

2 30 

10 

4 40 


4 

94 

64 
64 


2 30 
4 30 


5| 


11 6 
30 
7 30 


18 
2 
3 



4-5 

5 

5 

17 

34 

8 



71 

71 

74 

7 

7 

16 



7 
17 

94 
2 

16 



20 

84 
6 



54 




m 



6 
6 
6 
64 

53 

6i 



12 



Malacca Strait (off Mount 
Formosa) .... 
— — — Road, Malacca St. 
Malaga, Spain .... 
Malaliide Inlet, Ireland . 
Malcolm Atoli, Maldivhs 
Maldon, Chelnior River, 

England 

Malfe, Mablivhs . . . 
! .Malludu Bay, Borneo 
Malo, St.., France . . . 
Malpelo Point, Peru . 
Man-of-VVur Cay, Baha- 
mas 

Mana Id., New Zealand . 
Manams, Persian Gulf . 
Ma'iawatu River, New 

Zealand 

Mancenilla Bay, St. Do- 
mingo 

Mandavee Roads, Hin 
dostan, W. Coast . . 
Manicouagon River, R. 
St. Lawrence . . , 
Manila (Luzon Island), 
China Sea, E. Coast . 
Manning River, Austra- 
lia, E. Coast . , . 
ManoraP., Karachi, Hin 
dostan, W. Coast . . 
Mannrali R., Hindostan, 
W. Coast .... 
Mantn Port, Ecualor . . 
Manukrtu Har. (entrance), 
New Zealanil . . . 
Munybranch Harb., Falk- 
land Islands . . 
Maplin Liglit (Thames), 

England .... 
Maquereau Point, Gulf of 

St. Lawrence . . 
Maranham, Brazil. , 
Marblehead, United States 
March Harb., Tierra del 

Fuego 

MarcouF, St., France. . 
Mare Har., Falkland Ids. 
Margarets, St., Bay (Shut- 
in Id.), Nova Scotia 
Margate, England . . 
^laria Cape, Saghalin Id 

Sea of Okhotsk 

Maria Sta., Island, Chile 

Maria Van Dienien Cape, 

New Zealand . . . 

Maristow, River Tavy, 

England 

Marjori banks Harbour, 

Korea, \V. Coast . . 

Mark, St., Bay of, St. 

Domingo .... 

Marka or Muerkii, Africa, 

E. Coast 

Marks, St., United SlatcB 



ni,'h 

Water, 
Full and 
Change. 



M. M. 

8 

7 30 

12 

11 15 

10 30 



8 10 
7 

6 20 

10 

7 

11 60 

2 15 
10 40 

9 15 

10 30 

1 30 

3 4 

9 30 
7 40 

12 5 

2 
7 

11 30 

3 10 
9 65 

6 

7 47 
11 40 

2 
10 20 

8 
6 47 

3 30 
8 0? 

4 30 
1 14 



Rise. 

Spgg.JNps. 
ft. 



ft. 

11 
11 

3 
10 

3 



12 32 


10 


12 30 


3 


10 30 


6-8 


6 5 


35 


4 


10 



4 

8 

7 

8 
4-5 
15 
12 

24 

4 

94 

16 
6 

13 

7i 

Ui 

5 

164 
12 

6 

20 

6 



15 

5 
6 



29 

1? 

8 
3 



8,1 
8 
6 
26 



11 

7 



10 



lOi 

1^1 



6 
13 



2i 



TIDE.IIOURS OF THE PORTS AND HARBOURS OF THE WORLD. 



13« 



Hi,'li 


KiSB. 


Water, 
Full and 






CImnge. 


Spgs. 


Np8. 


H. M. 


ft. 


ft. 


8 


11 


8.1 


7 30 


11 


H 


12 


3 




11 15 


10 


8 


10 30 


3 




12 32 


10 


G 


12 30 


3 




10 30 


()-8 




6 5 


35 


2G 


4 


10 




8 10 


4 




7 


8 


6 


5 20 


7 




10 


8 


G 



7 

11 60 

2 15 
10 40 

9 15 

10 30 

1 30 

3 4 

9 30 
7 40 

12 5 

2 
7 

11 30 

3 10 
9 55 

6 i 

7 47 
11 40 

2 
10 20 

8 
6 47 

3 30 

8 0? 

4 30 
1 14 



11 

7 



4-5 

15 

12 

24 

4 

94 

16 
6 

13 

7i 

Uk 

5 

1G4 
12 

6 

20 

6 

7,1 
15 

5 
6 

7 

84 

29 

II 



8 

3 2i 



10 



lOi 



6 
13 



n 



Plaok. 



High 

Wiiter, 

Full and 

Cliangu, 



Maroni Bay, Comoro Ids. 

lliver, G Havana . 

Martaban, Itay of Bengal 
Martin, St., Cove, Tiorra 

del Fuego . . . .' 
Martin, St., Cove, C. Horn' 

Ida., Tierra del Fuego 
Martin, St., de la Aruua, 

Spain, N. Coast . . 
Martin Vas Hocks, South 

Atlantic 

Martinique, Robert Har., 

Caribbean Sea . . , 
Mary, Cape St., New- 
foundland . . . . 
Afary, St., Ilarb., Mada- 
gascar, £. Coast . . 
Mary, St., Newfoundland 

Port St., I. of JIan 

St., Suiily Islands . 

Maryport, England . . 
Mascat, Pen-'ian Gulf. .1 
Mason B., New Zealand . 
Ma.Hsacre Bay (Tasinau 
^ corner), New Zealand 
Massacre Bay, Motu Pipi 

lliver, New Zealand . 
Massowab, Red Sea . 
Matan River, Gulf St. 

Iiawrence . . . . 
Maule River, Chile . . 
^laulniain, Bay of Bengal] 
Mauritius (Port Louis) 

(Grand Port) 

May Cape, United States 
Mayday Bay, Palawan 
Mayhd Id., Indian Ocean 
Mayotta Id., Mozambique 
Maytiniba, Africa, S.W 

Coast 

Mazambo Port, Mada 

gascar 

Mazatlan, Mexico, VV.C. 
Meichen Sd., China, E.G. 
Melbourne, Australia, S. 

Coast ... . . . 

Melinda Pt., Africa, E.G. 
Meilacoree Riv., Africa, 

W. Coast .... 
Hellish Reef (Sand Cay), 

Australia, E. Coast . 
Mellon, Ireland . . . 
Melo Port, Patagonia, E. 

Coast 

Memory Rock, Bahamas 
Menadou Bay, C. Breton 

Island 

Menam River (Paknam), 

China Sea, W. Coast . 
Menemslia Bight, U.S. . 
Mensular Id., S.E. end, 

Sumatra 

Merbiit, Arabia, S.E. Cst. 
Mercy Bay, Banks Land . 



H. M. 

4 53 

6 30 

2 20 

3 30 
3 60 
3 30 
3 45 

8 30 



4 

7 
11 

4 
11 



10 
2 




40 
10 
18 

3 



11 16 
11. 10 

8 45 

9 50 
1 



15 





12 30 

1 

8 19 

9 55 
4 
4 10 



4 30 

9 40 

12 30 

2 48 
4 15 

7 40 

7 55 

6 1 

3 40 

7 50 

8 15 

6 7 

7 45 

6 

9 



Riae. 



Spgs. Nps 



ft. 
10 

8 
21 



8 
15 

4-5 



5 

n 

20 

15| 

18 

6 

8 

13 

14 
3 

11 

5? 
22 

3 

14 

G 

34 

«4 

11^ 



15 

7 

17 



11 

11 

5-6 
18i 

•15 
3 

H 

n 

4 

4 

61 
2 



ft. 

6 



5 

IG 

113 

13 



10 



17 

2i 



13i 



■ I 
23 



Place. 



Mercurv Bay, New Zea- 
land 

Mergui, Hay of Bengal, 

E. (^)ast . , . . 
Merigoinish, Nova Scotia 
Merjee Rivur, llindostan, 

W. Coast , . . 
Mervillo, France . . 
Metwiiy Port, Nova Scotia 
Mevagizi-'y, England . 
Mexillones Port, Bolivia . 
Mezjn, White Sea . . . 
Miau ti»u (lJup6t Bay), 

Yellow Sea .... 
Miavenuss, Fieroc Islands 
.Mioliael, St., Azores . . 
Micliael Seymour Port, 

Gulf of Tartary . . 
Midillo Cove, Tierra del 

Fuego .... 
Middle Island, Patagonia, 

W. Coast .... 
Middlesbrough, II. Tees, 

■ England 

Middleton Riv., Bight of 

Benin .... 
Milford Havoi (St. Ann 

Lijihthouse), Wales 
Milford Sound, New Zea 

land, Mid. Island. , 
Millnian Island, Palawan 

W. Coast .... 
Millport, Cumbrae Island, 

Scotland 

Min Riv. (Tem))le Point) 

China, E. Coast , . 
Min li. (Losing Island), 

China, E. Coast . . 
Mindanao, Filipinas . 
Minehead, England . . 
Mingan Harbour, Gulf 

St. Lawrence . . 
Mingan Island, Gulf St. 

Lawrence .... 
Minimegash, Prince Ed- 
ward Island . . . 
Minow Islands, Madagas- 
car, W. Coast . . 
Minquiers Rocks, B'rance 
Miramichi (Bar), Gulf St. 

Lawrence 

Mira-por-vos, Bahamas . 
Mirs Bay (Tide Cove), 

(vhina, E. Coast . . 
Miscou, G. St. Lawrence 
Mississippi, S.W. Pass, 

Gulf of Mexico . . 
Mistanoque, Labrador . 
Mistley Quay, Stour R., 

England 

Mobile, Gulf of Mexico . 
Mocha Island, Chile . . 
Mocha Road (Red Sea), 

(E. Coast) .... 



,"'i4J» Rl8E. 

Water, | 

Kull atiil 1 

Change. I Spgg. Npg. 



H. M. 

7 21 

10 30 

10 6 

11 
9 36 
7 50 
6 4 

10 32 
1 48 

10 35 
3 12 

12 30 

5 30 
3 30 

12 

3 55 

4 15 

6 56 
9 15 

10 27 

11 50 
10 45 

12 

7 
6 30 

1 IG 

1 30 
3 30 

5 

6 G 

6 30 
9 30 

10 

2 30 

10 30 

48 
irr. 
10 30 

12 



ft. 

7 
18 

7 
21 

8 
154 

3 
15-22 



6J 



6 

6 

5 

15 
35 

5 
3 

64 
5 

U 

6 

113 

1-2 
4i 



ft. 
6 

8| 



17i 

5 

12 ! 



H 



Plaok. 



13 




5 




24 


18 


8 


6 


2J 




10 


6 


19 


114 


6 
35 


'^OA 



26 

3 
2i 



wS, «-• 

Full and ; 

Change. Spjfi.Npi. 



Mogador, A frica, W. Cst. 
Molym'ux Bay, New Zea- 
land 

Monibaza Port, Africa, 

E. Coast . . . . 
Monach Islands, Scotland, 

W. Coast . . 
Monckton (Itailway), Bay 

of Fundy 
Mondogo (Bar), Portugal 
MoiiLjanui Harbour, Now 

Zealand . . . 
Monomoy, United States] 
Monrovia, Africa, W.C. . 
Mont,auk Point, U.S. . . 
Monterey, California. . 
Montgomery Isles, Aus- 
tralia, W. Coast . . 
Montrose, Scotland . . 
Monts, Point de, Gulf St. 

Lawrence .... 
Moreno (Constitucion' 

Road), Peru . . .1 
Mcreton Bay, Australia, 

E. (.Joast .... 
Morewellliam, R. Tamar, 

England 

Morjovets Id., White Sea 
Morlaix Road, France .! 
Morro (Sandy Point), 

Ecu.%clor 

Mossfl Bay, Africa, S.C. 
Moudiuga Id., White Sea 
Mount Desert Id., United 

States 

Mount Louis Bay, R. St. 

Lawrence .... 
Mou rondava, Madagascar, 

W. Coast . . 
Mouton Port, Nova Scotia 
Moville, Ireland . . . 
Mozambique Har., Africa, 

E. Coast 

Mucaras Reef, Bahamas . 
Muerka, see Marka. 
Mugeres Harb., Bay of 

Honduras .... 
Mull of Cantyre, Scotland 
Mulroy Hay (Bar), Ireland 
Mumbles Lighthouse, 

Wales ....... 

Mungalaum Island, China 

Sea, E. Coast . . . 
MunauUo or Mongallo R., 

Africa, E. Coast . . 
Miirdounah Island (E. 

Coast), Red Sea . . 
Murnay Islands, Torres 

Strait 

Murray Pass, Bass S'.raiti 
Musa Port, Babuyan Ids 
Mutlah River (entrance 

to Bid<lah River), Hay 

of Bengal, W. Coast 



a. 


M. 


1 


18 


3 





4 





5 


44 





15 


2 


30 


8 


15 


1 U 


30 


C 





8 


20 


10 


22 


12 





1 


25 


12 






10 
9 30 

6 12 

11 20 

4 53 

5 
3 30 
5 50 

11 10 

11 



1 4 
7 
7 


45 

54 
6 


4 15 

7 40 


9 


1 
30 



5 


40 


6 


1 


11 





4 


45 


' 





9 
11 


30 
10 


« 




10 






ft. 

10-12 

8 

11 

12 1 

47 
7 

9 

G 

24 
4i 

38 
13 

12 

4 

3-7 

104 

17 
24 

11 
6 
34 

13 

6-8 

12 
74 
74 

12 
3 

lif 

27,1 

5 
12 

3 

10 
8 
6 



ft. 
6 

8i 
374 

7 
4 

2 
3i 

10 
G 



6J 
18 



5i 
54 



8 
20^ 



TIDE HOURS OF THE PORTS AND HARBOURS OF THE WORLD. 



Flaob. 



1 1 



i 



i^ : 



lllBI, 



High 
Wnter, 
Full and! 
Chiin);e. S\)g». Npi. 



Mutlah (Mu.la Kail), Bay 
of HtiiiKiil, VV. C'l'ast . 

Mutton iHland, Ireland, 
W. CoHHt .... 

MypgenoiH Fiord, F'a'roe' 

iHlands ! 

Naafe U., Bay of Bengal, 

£, CoaBt . ... 
Naalsoe Fiord, Fturoe 

IslnndH 

Nafa-Kiang, Loo Cltoo 

Islanda 

Nagasaki l?ay, .Tapan Sea 
Nagore, Bay of Bi.'ngal, 

W. Coast .... 
Naniki Ids., China, East 

Coast 

Nanioa Island (Clipper 

Bead), Cliina, K. Cst. 
Nainquan Uarb., Cliina, 

E. Coast .... 
Naoaimo Uarb., Gulf of 

Georgia, Vancouver 

Island 

Nancowry Har., Nicobar 

Islands 

Nanganiessie Harbour, 

iSuniba 

Nangka Id., Banka Strait 
Nanoose Harbour, Van- 

c-juver Island . . . 
Nansaree lliver (Bar), 

Uindostun, W. Coa«it 
Nantucket, United States 
Napoleon Koad, Gulf of 

Tartary 

Narrinda Bay, Madagas- 
car, W. Coast . . . 
Narrows (First), Magellan 

.Strait . '. . . .1 
(Stcond), Magel- 
lan Strait ... .1 
Naruto (Fukura), Japan! 

Sea ! 

Nash Put., Bristol Chan.! 
Nasparte Inlet, Vancou-I 

ver Island . . . J 
Nassau, New Providence, ' 

Bahamas . . . .! 
Nassau Bay, Tierra del 

P'uego I 

Natal Port, Africa, S. C.l 
Naturaliste Chan., Sharks 

Bay, Australia, N.W. 

Coast 

Navallo Port, France .1 
Nazaire, St., France . .1 
Naze, the, England . .! 
Nee-ah Harbour, Oregon 
Needles Point, England . 
Negapatam, B. of Bengal 
Negro Harbour, Novai 

Scotia .... 
Negro Kiver; Patagonia 



u. u. 


ft. 


11 46 


16 


4 20 


13J 


9 


H 


10 




4 


04 


6 28 

7 15 


7 
9 


8 15 




8 30 


17 


11 16 


7 


10 


17 


5 


14 


9 15 


84 


11 30 


17 
12 


6 


15 


3 
12 24 


18 
34 


2 30 


'4 


4 30 

9 n 


15 



n. 

H 
74 

74 



Placc. 



High 
Water, 

Fidl and 
Change. 



Nelson, New Zealand 

I'ort, Australia, 

N.W. Coast . . . 

Neuf Port, Gulf St. Law- 
rence 

, River St. Law- 



134 



10 


23 


6. 17 
6 26 


7 
33 


12 


12 


7 30 


4 


4 -0 
4 30 


6 
6 


11 45 
3 42 
3 40 

12 ti 
12 33 

9 46 
6 


6 

13 
\5\ 
124 

74 
7i 
3 


8 12 
11 


7 
14 



25 



renoe 

Novillu Port, Vancouver 

luhinil 

New Hedford (entrance), 

United States . . , 

Castle, United States 

Haven, ,, 

London, ,, 

Perlican Harbour, 

Newfoundland . . 
Providence, 8. W. 

Bay, Hahamas . . . 

Kochelle, U. States 

—— Boss, Ireland 
Year Sound, Tierra 



del Fuego 

York, United States 

Newburyport, ,, 
Newcastle, Australia, E. 

Coast 

, England . . 

Ireland 



Newhaven, Kngland . 
Newport, United States 
, Wales, South 



Coast 



, W. Cst. 

New Quay, Wales . . 

Newton Stewart, Scot- 
land, W. Coast . . 

Nhatrang Bay, China, 
W. Coast . . . . 

Nicholas, St., Harb., G. 
St. Lawrence . . . 
Port, Peru 



9? 
11 
10 

6J 

5 



6| 



Nicholson Port ( Lanibton 
Harb.), New Zealand 
Nicobar Id., (Nancowry 
Harb.), Indian Ocean 
Nicolas, St., Bay, Magel- 
lan Strait .... 
Nicoya Gulf (Port Her 
radura). Central Ame- 
rica .... 
Nieuport, Belgium 
Nieuwediep, Netherlands 
Niger liiver (Nun en- 
trance), Africa, W. Cst 
Nikolskoi Chan., White 
Sea .... 

Twr., White Sea 

\ Nimrod Sound, China, 
I E. Coast . . . 
Nine pin Group, China, 
i E. Coast . . . 
Ning-hai, Yellow Sea 
Nin-pofu, Yung liiver, 
I China, £. Coast 



u. u. 

9 50 

12 

2 10 

8 30 

30 

7 67. 
11 53 
11 l(i 

9 28 

7 30 

7 30 
11 22 

a 4 

3 30 

8 13 
11 22 

9 45 

4 23 
11 4 

11 51 
7 45 

7 10 
7 

7 30 

12 

8 30 

1 55 

5 15 

4 30 



KIBI. 



Spgs. 'Npi. 



9 


15 


2 


6 


1 
3 
12 
7 


9 

18 
27 


^ 4 


8 


5 
C 


25 



10 


30 


10 
12 






1 






ft. 

14 

27 

13 

14 

17 

4i 
7 

H 
3 



4 

84 
124 

54 
9 

6-7 
lOi 
14J 
20 
44 

38 
12 
16 

12 

64 

12 
3 

5 

84 



10 

16 

4 



3 
2 

20 

6 
6 



ft. 
10 



4 

64 
64 
24 

24 



74 

10 



n 



12 

16 

4 

29 
9 



Placi. 



Niiqually, America, N.W. 

Coast 

Noanili Island, Scotland . 
Noel, Bay of Fundy . . 
.^,oir Island, Tierra del 

Fuego . . . ,' , 
Noirnioutior, Fiance . . 
Nollo'th Port, Africa, S.W. 

Coast 

Nootka Sound, Vanoou- 
' vor Ixland .... 
Norderncy, Germany 
Nore, England .... 
Norfolk iHJand, S. I'acitiu 
North Balabao Strait, 

China Sea .... 
North Cane, C. Breton Id. 
EdistoUiver, 



New- 



Uniteil States 
North Harbour, 

foundland 
Sands, Malacca 



Strait 

Noss Island, Madagascar 

Nova Zenibia Harbour, 
Lapland 

Nuchailitz Inlet, Vancou- 
ver Island .... 

Nuevo Gulf, Patagonia, 
E. Coast . . . . 

Port, Cent. Ame- 



13 
34 



rica 

Nukulan Port, Figii Ids, 
Nunia-choa, Comoro Ids. 
Nunez River, Africa ■ 
Nyininde Gab, Jutland . 
Nysna Harbour, Africa, 

. S. Coast 

Oban, Scotland . . . 
Obb of Harris, Isle of 

Harris, Scotland . 
Observatory Id., China 

Sea, E. Coast . . 
Ocracocke Inlet, United 

States ..... 
Octavia Bay, New Gra- 

nada 

Oelar Cape, Banka Strait 
Oho Sinia, Loo Clioo Ids 
Oibo Harb., Africa, E 

Coast 

Olaveaga, Bilbao River, 

Spain .... 
Old Pt., Comfort, United 

States .... 
Old Providence, Bay of 

Honduras . . . 
Olenji Islands, Lapland 
Oleron, He d', France 
Omaider Island (Gulf of 

Akabah), Red Sea 
Omersary R., Uindostan, 

W. Coast . . . . 
Omonville, France . . 



High 

Water, 

Full and 

Change. 



U. M. 

6 

5 2 
12-41 

2 30 

3 2 

2 30 

12 
10 30 
12 30 

7 45 

10 60 

8 

7 10 

8 

6 30 

5 

6 36 
12 

7 

3 10 
■ 6 47 

3 

10 

2 41 

3 45 

5 22 

6 16 

11 

7 4 

3 30 

6 30 

7 30 

4 15 
3 15 

8 17 

irr. 
7 30 
3 50 

6 

1 45 

7 29 



RiBI. 



SpgM. N|Hi. 



ft. 

18 

114 

604 

6 
16 

6J 

12 

8 
164 

7 

5 
4 

7 

74 

15 
16 

10 

12 

10 

12 

14 

16 

2 

5 
12 

114 
Ci 

24 

13 
12 
54 

6 

12 

S 

1 
12 
19 



18 
15i 



ft. 

15 

7 

434 



111 



13 



12 



11.1 

n 



ii 



124 



TIDE-HOURS OP THE POUTS AND HARBOURS OF THE WORLD. 



13* 



Uiu. 



ft. ft, 



2 30 6i 



111 



10 60 
8 



5 80 

6 



12 



3 45 

5 22 



3 30 

6 30 

7 30 



irr. 
7 30 
3 50 

6 

1 45 

7 29 



Plage. 



'Oiu-radftH-MnHlrftli, Ara' 
bia, S. K. ('..Hit . , 

One- Fathom- Bank Light 
Muluccu Striiit . . . 

Oiiogu River, Wlilte Sea 

Ooioogan liay, ('hiiia Sea, 
E, CoaHt 

Oontin{f Port, Ldo Choo 
iHlands . . , 

OoRiiiia, Japan Sea 

Oporto, Portugal . 

Orange B., T. del Fuogo 

Cape, Magellan 

Strait 

Orford Haven (Bar), Eng- 
land 

■ Port, California 



High 

Wattr, 

Full and 

Change. 



lUac. 



Spgi. Npi 



QiiHy, England 

OrfordneHs, England . 
Orinoco Itiver (entrance), 
(iuayana .... 
Orleans iHland, River St. 
Lawrence .... 
Oiniond, Kenmare River, 

Ireland 

Ornsay, L of Skye . . 
Orlov Letni C, White 

Sea 

Oh IllieoH, Brazil . . 
Osaki, .Japan Se.i . 
OHCiiro Cove, Patagonia, 

VV. Coast . . . 
Oaprey Reef, Australia, 

E. Coast .... 
ORtend, Belgium . . 
Otagt) Har., New Zealand 
Otaheite, South Pacific . 
Otterswick, Orkneys . . 
Otway Port, Patagonia, 
\V. Coast .... 
Ou ou Kinsh Inlet, Van- 
couver Island . 
Ounalashka Id., America, 

N.W. Coast . . 
Ouro R., Africa, W. Cst. 
Ower Shoal, England, E 

Coast 

Oxbaasheia, Svee Fiord, 

Norway .... 
Oyster Bay, United States 
Oystreham, France . . 
Packsaildle Bay, Tierra 
del Fuego .... 
Padstow, England . . 
Pagliain (entrance), Eng- 
land 

Paimpol, France . . . 
PalaiH, Port le, Belle He, 

France 

Palliaer Cape, New Zea- 
land 

Palma, Canary Islands 
Palnias Cape, Africa, W 
Coast ■ 



B. U. 

10 


9 17 

9 30 

35 

50 

2 30 

3 30 

3 

11 30 

11 2(3 

12 30 

11 15 

6 
6 40 

3 43 
5 60 

5 18 

4 30 

5 55 

65 

8 36 

12 25 
2 50 

noon 

9 13 

11 37 

12 

7 30 
12 

30 

12 

11 7 

9 88 



ft. 

10 

15 
tl-7 

6i 

8 

6 

10 

6 



7i 
8 



3 

17 

10 
143 

i 

64 

20 

6 
19 

7 

n 
11 

6 

12 

7i 
8-9 



8 

n 

21 



ft. 



12 



Placi. 



High 
Water, 
Full and 
Change. 



Sumhi 



U. H. 



9 30 



3 23 

9 40 

12 

9 40 

45 



9 
12 

5 



4i 
«i 

13 

74 
10.1 



7 64 

3 15 

12 17 



15 
6 



Palmedo Road, 

Islanil 

Palinoira Point, Ceylon . 
I'aloan Bay, Mlnduro 
Paniaruiig Ids., Borneo, 

E, Coast 

Painpang Bay, Java . . 
Panama Koad, Central 

Amerioa .... 
Pancol, China Soa, E. ( 
Pansand llulo, England 
I'aposo, Chile . . , 
Paijuiiiuo (!ap(>, Bolivia ,| 
Para, Brazil, N. Coast .' 
Parahiba, Brazil . . .1 
Parenga-renga Harbour, i 

New Zealand . . .1 
Parida Id., New Granada' 
Parshoro, Bay of Fundy .' 
Pasador Cape, Ecuador . 
Pasages Port, Spain . . 
Passage or Culebra P., 

Caribliean Sea . 
-^^— Id., Banda Sea . 
Passandava Bay, Mada- 
gascar, W. (j'oaHt . . 
Patapsco R. (Bodkin Pt.), 
United States . . . 
Paterson Port, Au.stralia, 

N. Coast .... 
Patersons Inlet, New Zea 

land 

Patrick Port, Scotland 
Patta B., Africa, E. Coast 
; Patteson Port,V^anu Lava 

Id., Banks Islands 
Paul de liOanda, San,i 

Africa. S.W. Coast .' 
Paul, St., Island, Indianj 

Ocean 11 

, G. St. Law-l 



Kl8B. 



Spgi. Npi. 



Plaoi. 



ft. 



a. 

IS 

7-11 
6 

8-10 

7-8 



15-22 10-16 
6 ! 

164 18 
5 

11 
9-12 



30 




9 
noon 

6 

6 42 

4 



10 
10 
30 



G 40 
4 30 



3 30 
6 13 


6 
204 


11 30 
6 


164 
31 


3 18 


14i 


6 
12 30] 


6 
9? 


4 30 


4 



8 
16 



I 
101 

234 

lOi 



rence '8 

Paumben Pass, Bay of 

Bengal, W. Coast . . 1 
Payta I'ort, Peru ... 3 
Pearce Point, Australia, 

N. Coiiat 

Peckett Harbour, Magel- 
lan Strait .... 
Pedro Gonzales, New 
Granada (Trapichi 
Islam!) 
Pedro, San, Pass, Pata- 
gonia, W. Coast . , 

, Bay, Call 

fornia 

Peel, Isle of Man . . , 
Pegasus Port, New Zea- 
land 

Peh-tang-ho, Yellow Sea 
Pei-ho or Peking River! 
(entrance). Yellow Sea 
(Tien-tsin) 



30 
20 



7 

104 
43 
10 
12 

1 
6 

15 

16-24 

5 

15 
10 

5 

5 

3 



Pelew Islands, N. Pacific 



a7i 

9 



High 

W»(,or, 

Full and 

Change. : Spgi, 



Rial. 



Npi. 



Pelican Lagoon, Kangaroo 
Island, Austiaiia . . 

PeloruH Sound, Now 
Zealariil 

Pemba Cliaunol, Mozam- 
bique 

— — Id., Mozambi(|ue 

Pembroke iJuukyard, 
Wales 

Ponang, Malacca Strait . 

Peiias Capo, Tiorra del 
Fuego .... 

Pender Harb., Strait of 
Georgia, B. (.'uluuibia 

Peniclie, Portugal . . 

Penmark Rocks, France . 

Pennington R., Bight of 
Benin 

Pensaoola, G. of Mexico . 

Pentillit', R. Tamar, Eng- 
land 

Pentland Firth, Stroma, 
S. Side ...'.. 

Swona, E. Side 

, VV. Side 

Great Skerry, 



E. Side 



6 
12 



W. Sido 

Penzance, England . . 

Percy Isles, Middle or 

No. 1 Island . , . 

South or 



6 55 


20 


2 


6 


3 50 


16 


30 


9 


9 39 

LI 8 


43 


U 50 
3 33 


8 
10 


3 40 

7 


10 
6 



26 



H 
13 

6 
74 

74 



No. 2 Islet, Australia, 

E. Coast . . . 
Perim Id., Q. of Aden 
Pernumbuco, Brazil . 
Peros Banhos, Indian 

(Jcean 
Perousc, La, Strait, Japan 

Sea 

Perron Cape, Sharks Bay, 

Australia, N.W. Cst. 
Perth, Scotland . . . 
Perula Bay, Mexico, W. 

Coast 

Pescadore Ids. (Makung 

Harb.), China Sea 
Peter, St., Bay, C. Breton 

Island . . 



Harb., Prince 

Edward Island 

Peterhead, Scotland . . 

Petit Passage, B. of Fundy 

Petit Port, B. of Islands, 
Newfoundland . . 

Petrel Bay, St. Francis 
Isle, Australia, S. Cst 

Petucura Rock, Patago- 
nia, W. Coast . . 

Pheasant Point, Wusung 
River, China, E.C. 

Philadelphia, U. States 

Philip B., E. side, Ma- 
gellan Strait . . 



11. M. 


ft. 


6 


6 


9 35 


11 


4 

4 16 


11 
12 


6 12 
12 


21 
9 


6 2 


12 


6 
1 64 
3 16 


13 


4 15 


5 


5 55 


134 


9 47 

10 24 

9 35 


9 



11 4 

10 63 

4 30 

10 30 



10 30 

12 

4 45 

1 30 

10 30 

12 45 

3 35 



10 30 

7 30 

8 30 
34 

10 41 

10 42 

12 

50 

35 

1 18 



ft. 



16i 

16 

14 

7 
8-6 

5 

6 

64 



! 94 

I 

i 6 

1 
', 4 

I 103 
22 

I 54 
6 
16 

13 

6| 



1.'54 
74 



94 
64 

6 
124 
13 



7 
4 

24 
84 

18 



8 

H 



9 30 24 



1C« 



TIDK-IIOURS OF THE rOTlTS AND ITATIBOURS OF THE WOULD. 



1 




n 







\ ' 


HS 


? 


^Hh 


!■ ■ 


i^Hi 


■V 






fl^D 


"■■ i 


I^H 


''a 


iH 


i 



ii 




rhili|> r(.rt, 
Aumrulia, 
S. Cuaitt . 



LoilHi 

I'liii. 



High 
W'aUir, 
FulUml 
Change. 



Hiai. 



H|<gi. NpM. 



Qiiecniclitfo 

Nupcnn I'oiiit 

Droniima . 

8uliiia|i|iiir I't, 

Uellariiie Jty, 

Harvey i't)iiit 

■ — (!eeh)ng . . 

WilliiiiiiRtown 

Mt'lltuuine 

Piaiikatank II. (L'hirry 

Point), riiitcd States 
PichiilttiKiiie Uiiy, Chilo 
Pictou Httr., NovH Hcotiu 
Pidiiie Hay, Loinbnck 
Pill Hnrbciir, Er)j,'lan(l . 
Pierre, St., Newfoundland 
Island, China Sea, 

E. CoaHt 



Pigeon Bay, Yellow Sea . 

PilikiNhan Ids., C'biua, 
E. Coast 

Pillar C, Magellan Strait 

Cape, Tasmania 

Pillars, U. St. Lawrence 

Pinilea Har., Africa, E.C 

Pinas liay, New Granada 

Pinniill, Urwell Iliver, 
England 

Pio Quinto Port, Habuyan 
Islands 

Pirie Port, Spencer Gulf, 
Australia, S. Coast 

Pisco bay, Peru . . . 

Piti Palena, Patagonia, 
\V. Coast .... 

Pitty, Hindostan, W.C. 

Placentia, Newfoundland 

Plank I't., Spencer (iulf, 
Australia, 8. Coast . 

Playa de Iiicia, Cuba . . 

Playa Marie Bay, Cali- 
fornia 

Playa Parda Cove, Ma- 
gellan Strait . . . 

Pleasant Port, Falkland 
lulands 

Plettenberg Bay, Africa, 
S. Coast 

Plougbrebcan, France 

Plounianacli, France . 

Plumper Cove, Howe 
Sound, O. of Georgia, 
British Columbia . 

Sound (Fane 

Id.), Vancouver Id. . 

Plymouth Breakwater, 
England 

{HutUm Pool) . 

United States . 

— — New, New 

Zealand .... 



42 

10 CO 

10 63 

2 ll> 

2 14 

21 

39 

30 

31 

48 



3 

n 

3 



10 6 
l> 20 

10 

11 5 
8 S3 



11 46 

8 30 
1 
1 
6 
4 30 

3 15 

12 20 

6 

7 16 

4 60 

12 23 
10 5 

9 16 

6 15 

7 31 



3 

2i 



2 
6 
6 

10-12 
28 
H 

4 

8 

17 

6 
17 
12 
14 

12 

6 

9-11 
4 

10 
9 
8 

6-8 
2i 



9 20?, 7-9? 
1 8 



5 

3 10 
5 17 
5 15 



noon. 

irr. 

6 37 

5 32 

11 19 

9 30 



6i 
2 

n 
n 

2 
2 

2i 
2i 
2 



21 



10 



64 

6 I 
2.54 ' 



12 
12 

15i 

154 

114 

12 



18^ 
184 



114 
111 

1041 



Ponil)a n. Africa. K. Cst. 
Poniquet, Nova Scotia 
Ponga River, Africa, W. 

( 'oHst 

Ponlbog Liglithx., Ireland 

Puole, England ... I 

Poole wo, lioch Ewe, 
Scotliind 

Pontoo Ihland, China, E. 
Coast ...... 

Po(]ueldon Hnr., Pata- 
gonia, W. ( 'oast . . 

Portaferry, Ireland . . 

Port - au - Choix, New- 
foundland . . . . 

Port au I'lince, Uaint 
Domingo . . . . 

Port-cnBehsin, France . 

Porte lit'Nter, England . 

Portendik, Africa, \V. C. 

Porth Cawl, Wales . . 

Porth-dyn-llt'yn, Wales . 

Portishead, England . 

Portland Inlet (Salmon 
Cove), America, N. 
W. CoaHt . . . . 

United States . 

liay, Australia, 



S. Coast 



Breakwater, 



England 
Porto Frio, Brazil . . . 
Porto Pray a, C. Verde Ids, 
Portree, Isle of Skye . 
Portrieux, France . . 
Portsbridge (Portsmouth) , 

England 

Portsmouth Dockyard, 

Fngland 

Pc-i, mouth. United St. . 
Possession Bay, Magellan 

Strait . . , 
Cape, Torres 



Strait 



Id. Torres Str. 

Post Office Island ((Jharles 
Island), Galapagos 

— Id.. Torres Str. 

Pouinipet T iland, Caroline 
L' iuds, N. Pacific .j 

Poulanient«> B., Madame 
Id., C. ±,reto>. id. .\ 

Poulton-le-S..n "» England 

Poverty T-fiv, IV, I'ealc . Ij 

Pratas Shou,\ Jhinn -a . 

Preservfit;.) 1 I;.lv,-f. New 
ZeuUrid . . , . 

Preston, I... gland . . 

Prince Frederick Harb., 
Austnilia, N.W. Cst. 

Prince Rogent Kiver (St. 
George Basin) Aus- 
tralia, N.W. Coast . 



H. W. 

4 

9 16 


ft. 

16 

4 


ft. 
11 

24 


7 80 

11 12 
9 10 

12 46 


12 

12 14 

64 


04 

9-11 


6 39 


144 


104 


8 10 


12 




64 

12 


18 

18 21 


12 16 


10 47 


6 




8 0? 

8 67 
11 4t( 
10 

6 8 
8 30 

7 10 


1? 
20 
134 

6 
284 
16 

m 


164 
31 


1 8 
11 26 


16 
10 


8i 


Midnt. 


4 




7 1 
2 40 
6 0? 
6 32 
6 


5 

16 
31 


lOJ 
234 


11 48 


64 


4 


11 41 
11 23 


124 
10 


10 

84 


9 


30-42 




9 
1 


6 
94 




2 10 
1 


6 

94 




6 


i 44 






High 

Water, 

Full and 

Change. 



7 50 

11 26 

6 6 

4 

11 20 

11 49 



6 

27i 

6 

5 

■8 
10 



12 28 



12 20 24 37 



4 

214 



.6 
44 



Prince of Waloi Htrait, 

KankN Land . . . 
PrincoM iHlaiid, Bight of 

iiiiifra 

PrincexM Royal Harbour, 

Aifhtralia, S. (.'oast 
ProMp»'ct iiiver, N. Scotia 
Provincetown, U.S. . 
Pubnico (Beach Point), 

Bay of Fundy , 
Puerto Bueno, Patagonia, 

W. Coast .... 
Puerto deBaiti(iueri,('uba 
Puerto do la Ia»z, Gran 

Canaria, Africa, W. 

Coast 

Puerto de Maravi, Cuba. 
Puerto du Mata, Cul)a . 
PuiTto do la Plata, St. 

Domingo .... 
Puerto de Taco, Cuba 
Pugtt Sound (NiH(}ually), 

America, N.W. Coa«t 
Pugwash liarb., Nova 

Scotia 

Pulaski Fort, United St. . 
Pulicat Shoals, Curomnn- 

del Coast .... 
Pulo Aor, Sumatra, N.E. 

Coast . .... 

Pulo Condore, China Sea, 

W. C.iast .... 
Pulo Leat, Gaspar Strait 
Pulo Mendauao, Gaspar 

Strait .... 
Pulo Panjang, G. of Siam 
Pulo Tiinoan (W. side), 

China Sea, VV. Coast . 
Puluqui island, Pata- 
gonia, W. Coast . 
Puna Island, Ecuador 
Pur Bunder, Hindostan, 

W. Coast .... 
Pwlheli, Wales. . . . 
Quaco, Bay of Fun , y 
Quatsino Sound, Van- 

couver Island 
Quebec, R. St. L/ ^ 

t^ueda, Malacca Strait . 
t^ueen Charlotte Sound 

(entrance), N. Zealand 
(Jueensferry, Firth of 

Foitli, Scotland . . 
Queenstown, Ireland . . 
Quelan Covo, Patagonia, 

W. Coast .... 
Quentin, Port San, Cali- 
fornia 

Quicavi Bluff, Patagonia, 

W. Coast . . . . 
Quicks Hole (S. side), U. 

States 

(N. Bide) . . 

Quilca iliver, Peru . . 



U. H. 



3 46 

11 66 

7 43 

11 22 

9 26 

1 40 

9 7 



12 62 
7 f.« 

6 49 

7 30 

8 4;' 

6 

10 30 

7 20 

9 25 



2 30 
2 30 

2 30 
7 

6 

1 6 
6 



7 46 
:i -.5 



c J8 
12 

8 60 

2 37 
5 1 

28 

9 6 
67 

7 36 

7 31 

8 



Rise. 



Spgi 

ft. 

•i 

44 

1-4 

7 

lOJ 

12 

21 

10 
24 

■i 

8? 
23 

18 

7 
8 

23 
5 

64 
4 

4 

2 

74 



11 

6 

13t 
30 

11 

18 
5J 

8 

18 . 
Hi 



20 

Si 

4.1 
6 



Np». 
ft. 



"I 

H 
1(1 



25 



13 



14 
9 



3^ 
3 



TIDE HOURS OP THR PORTS AND nARPOURS OF THE WORLD. 



17' 



Valor, I 
ill am) 
liangu. 

u. u. 



3 46 

11 66 

7 43 

11 22 



RlHE. 

SpB».|Np». 
ft. ft. 



1-4 

7 
10| 



» 26 


12 


I 40 
7 


21 


12 62 
7 f.« 
U 4U 


10 

■i 



I] 
H 

10 



7 30 

8 4i' 

6 

10 30 

7 20 

9 25 



2 30 
2 30 

2 30 

7 

6 

1 6 

6 

45 

7 4« 

1 '5 



o J8 
12 



3? 

n 

18 

7 
8 

n 

5 

6i 
4 

4 

2 



11 

6 

13i 
30 

11 

18 
5J 




8 60 


8 


2 37 
6 1 


18 . 
Hi 


28 





25 



U 



14 
9 



Quiliniatie U. (entrance), 
Africa, K. CouHt . . 

QiiillolxiMif, Fraiiue . . 

()iiil()a, Al'ricii, K. Coawt . 

Quiiilu i/iiay, Hiruiigforil, 
Ireland 

Itnliat, Al'riua, W. Coast. 

Kttca, L'H|ie, Newfound- 
land . . . . . 

Hoohada (' ; o. Malacca 



9 5 
67 

7 36 

7 31 

8 



9 
20 

6 



Water, i 

Full and 

Change. ^pgH. NiNk 



;.'t 



r 



3 



iaii.A Hoi , ^iadagaa- 

jar, \\. Coahi . . . 
,U''' Id., HunibnwA, 

Jav.i i-^ua .... 
I'olnt, IJorneo, 

E. Copst .... 
IJ.iiiie Id., Tom's Strait . 
Itaj ili|MM)r Hurl)., Hin- 
dustan, W. Coast . . 
rajiinif Kivcr.-Iiorneo 
It'iMioH II., l!i;.,'litof Benin 
lUmree I toad, Bay of 

IWnj^al, K. CoMst . 
HanKiay HduihI, W.vles 
Ramsey, Isle of Man , 
ItaniHgato, England . 
}'ani8o Fioril, Norway 
Uaiii;oon, Bay of Bciignl, 

I"). (.!oaHt 
R. (entrance), B. 

of Bengal, K. Coast . 
Raoiil or Sunday Inland, 

S. Pacific .... 
Rappahannock (Saunders 

Wharf), United States 
Ri'is Hafiin, Africa, E. C. 
l\&,n Jerdatfoon. See 

riuanhil'ui < ';ipe . 
Ras Mohoiiinud ^Gulf of 

Akal.ah), Hed Sea . 
lU.s Sharniah, Arabia, 

8. E. Coast 

Rds-al-Kheiineh, Persian 

Oiiir 

Rito ai Astdali ) Arabia i 
RilsShdl.ali [ S.E. ] 
Has- al- Hed ) Coast ( 
KathnniUan, Ireland 
Kaujpoor (G. of Canibay), 

Hindostan, W. <*'•••*. 
Roak'jo, Cent. Ann 
Itccoiilavi Inlet, 

goniji, W. Coast . .' 
Red Day, Ceylon, South I 

Coast 

(Pier), Irmland 

■ liabrador . . 

Id., Durian Strait . 

Redbridge, England . . 

Refuge Cove, Bass Strait 
R'Vneville, France 
Heikiavik, Iceland 



u. u. 

4 15 

10 a 

4 45 

12 45 
1 4(i 

7 

5 30 
4 40 

8 10 

8 10 

11 
4 45 

4 20 

10 

6 

11 12 
11 44 
10 45 

5 00 
3 16 

6 
3 2 



6 
9 

11 45 

8 30 
10 

9 30 
5 42 



2 15 
S 6 



2 20 

10 31 

7 4« 

5 
10 42 
12 57 
12 5 

6 20 
6 



ft. 


ft. 


16 
12 


74 


11 
0-12 


n 


«4 


6 


13 




13 




3 




7 
10 




12 

13 

6 


9 


12 
17 
I9| 
16 
7 


16 
.12 


21 


14 


21 


14 


6 






2 


5 




8 





7 

5,i 
10 

9 
124 

18 
11 



44 I 14 



h 

35 
174 



TlACt. 



Tllfb 
Water, 

Full and 
( 'hango. 



Rim. 



8piti. Npi. 



Rend6z\.>ii' M , Bomora, 

8,W. Coast 
gt^it „, 

Ooor)(ift 

Itttndiiborg, |)i-nniark 

Kenfr»'w, l{. Clyde, S('»t- 
land 

Resolution B., MarnucR . ' 

Port, Taniuv 1.1. 

Reunion Id., \ (St. Pierre) 
Indian (). ( (St. Denis)! 

Reunion Id., (St.(JilleH)i 
Indian O. ( (St Paul) 

Rt'wa Road, Fiji! Islands. 
See Nukulau Tort . . 

Rliio, Rhio Strait . . . 

Ribblo Lighthouse, Eng- 
land .'.,,. 

Richibuclo R., Gulf St, 
Lawrence 

Riulmiond, United States 

Harli., Prince 

Edward Island , . . 

1{.. Australia, K,C. 

Rio de la Plata, Cape 



Castillog 



Ay res 



Buenos 



9 
13 



4 

li 



26 
13i 



- Barnigan 
Buy, S. America, E.C. 

R.o Crande d» Sul, 
B .azil 

Rio Janeiro, Brazil , , 

Rio ^ Negro, Patagoni.a, 
E. Coast 

Rio Nunez, Africa, West 
Coast 

Ristegnuche |{., Campbell- 
town, (i, St. Lawronoe 

Rivadeo, Spain, N. Coast 

llivoli B., Australia, S.C 

Ivoccas, S. Atlantic . 

Koche Cape, R. St. Law 
rence 

Roche Harbour, Haro 
Strait 

Rocbefort, France . . 

Rochelle, Franco . . 

Riiekport, United States. 

Rookall, N. Atlantic . . 

Rocky Id., G. of Siain . 

Rodrigue Id., Ind. Ocean' 

Roebuck Bay, Australia, 
W.Coa,st . . . . 

Rom.'inia Point ^Malay 
Penin.), China Sea, 
W. Co.ist . . . . 

Ivonulaiii Ids., Norway . 

Ituna (South) Light, 
Suoiland . . . . 

Roodewall Bay, Africa, 
S.W. Coast . . . . 

Ro(pie, Cape St., Brazils 

Roscoff, France . . . 



M. M. 



7 • 
•7 42 

1 15 

a »o 

6 36 
ion. 

22 

1 
1 7 



10 

10 51 

3 30 

4 'Jiii 



9 20 

8 30 

12 

7 

3 

11 
10 

4 

3 
10 

5 15 

30 

irr. 

4 6 
3 31 

10 57 

3 30 

4 

1 45 

30 

10 30 
10 45 

6 20 

2 30 
4 46 



ft. 

8 

U 

4 

9 
4 

3 
34 

•-•4 
•-'4 

4 



ft. 



a 

3-5 

5-9 

l.i-2 
i 

11 

15 

10 

15 

4 

10 



12 

17 

17 

lOi 

12 

4 

6 

30 



6 

144 

6.1 
10 
23 




English 



eland 

, Afn V 

Ruatai 

inii . 
liiunaH 



24 
2)1 



Hi 



13 
13 



18 



'^osel, .Torsoy, 

Cliannt'l . 

R</H|pn(.H' ( 'a(te, America, 

\V; Coa«t . . . 

RoU, Spain 

Rottor< Ml, Ni'therlands . 
Rottnesi Id., Australia. 

W. Coast ... 

Rouen, France . 
Ruugo Harbour, New- 

fouiidland , 
lliiundslont 
Itovaina Ri^ 

K. Coast 
Royal Harlioti 

Bay of Hull 
Royiil Island, I; 
Royiil Port, .rniiiiica . 
loyalist Poi P.ilawan, 

E.C 

Royan, France . . , , 
Ruapuko Id.iFoveauxSt.) 

New Zealand . . . 
Rugged Id., Bahamas 

Nova Scotia. 

Ruggles B., Falkland Ids. 
Rush Port, Ireland . . 
Rutland Id., Ireland, W. 

Coa.st 

Ryde, England .... 
Ryt! Bay, England . . 
Sabine Pass, G. of Mexico 
.Sable Cape (Clam Point), 

B. of Fundy . . . 
(ClarkesHarb.), 

B. of Fundy . 
Sable Island, N. 

Nova Scotia 
^able iNland, S. side, 

Nova Scotia , . 
Sables d'OloDue, Lea, 

France 

S;iboga, New Granada . 
Salx>n Id., Durian Strait . 
Sacred Bay, Newfound- 
land 

Sacriticios Port, Mexico, 

W. Coast 
Saddle Id., East, China, 

E. Coast 
Sadc (Yebisu), Japan Sea 
! Saguenay, Cliicoutimi, G, 
j !m. liawrenco . ■ 
I S.aguenay, Tadousac, G. 

St. Lawrence . . . 
Saigon (C. St. .Tames) 
(Saigon City), Co 



side, 



104 

I 

8 
17J 



chin China 
Saintes, Caribbean Sea . 
Sal, C. Verde Ids., Africaj 

W. Coast . . . . 
Salango Id., Ecuador 
Salcombe, England . . 
Saldanha B., Africa, W.C. 



Mlnh RiHB. 
WaUr, 

Full and 

Change. Hpgs. N|)s. 



B, M. 

6 15 

7 80 

1 24 

8 46 

7 60 

2 28 

; Ot 
4 18 



7 45 

" 4r, 


U 01 

a - 

k ' 

7 » 

7 

C 

6 - 
11 '.It 
11 ■: 



8 27 
8 58 
7 30 
30 



3 26 
1 9 



7 23 

3 15 

11 

5 

4 11 

2 45 
11 

5 30 

6 46 



ft. ft. 

30 914 

Iff i 
124 ' 8 

7 



Si 



2 4* 



16 I Hi 



•'4' 
i 

8 
S 

T4 
6 

«i 
V 

"2 

I 

•I 

4 

14 
U 
10 

24 
6 

14 
2 

12 

17 

8 

94 



7 45 


5 


12 41 


12 


5 41 


15 


2 


6 



10 

« 


8* 
8 

m 

9 



10 



8 
10 



Hi 



nm 



18* 



TIDE-HOURS OF THE PORTS AND HARBOURS OF THE WORLD. 



:''! 



\i:L 



Place. 



RmB. 



High 
Water, 
Full and; 
Change, Spgs. Nps.' 



Place, 



Sale !M,aco\va, Eotl Sea ; 
Salem. United StateH . 
Salni K., Africa, W. Cst. 
Salnicdina Rocks, Spain , 
Salomon Ids,, S. Pacific .' 
Saltash, Iv. Tam.ar, Eng- 
land : 

Salt t'.ay Anchor.ige, Ba- 

lianiag 

Sivltees, St, George'8; 

Channel ' 

Salvador, San, Port, Falk-j 

land Islands , . . 
Samanco B. . IVru . , .1 
Sambiiangs, .Malacca St, , 
San Francisco (Xortli! 

Beach), California 
San Bartholomew Port, 

California , , , . 
San Bl.is, Mexico, W. C. 
Siui Juan (anciiorage), 

California . . . . 
del Sur, Cen- 



H. M. 

30 
11 13 

8 10 

1 27 
6 45 

5 45 



High 

Water, 

Full and 

I Change. 



ft. 
2 

lOi 

6 
12i 

2 

15 



8 15 I 4 

I 
5 40 I 



8 10 
6 30 



tral America 
— River, 



New 



Granada 
San Luoar, Sj)ain . . , 
S.in Miguel, California .! 
San Rosa Id., California , 
Sand Cay, Cnited States 
Sandalwood Bay, Fijiilds. 
Sand Point, (t. of Liau- 

tuiig, Yellow Sea . .i 
Sands I'lit.. L'nitiil States 
Sandwich Port, Malicolo 

Id., Banks ld.=, , . 
Sandy t'ape. Australia, E. 

Co.ist 

Cove, East, Bay of 

Fundv 

— "—, ^Ve.?t, Bay of 



8 
2 

' 12 

I 

12 € 4.1 

9 10? 7-9? 
9 41 . Qk 

9 40? 5 

3 8? 10? 

6 12 
1 53 12.1; 
9 25 5" 
9 30 ? 5 ? 
8 40 2 
GOG? 



4 50 
11 13 



5 30 4 
7 50 G-8 



ft. 
8 
8 

11 
3 



lOi 
3.\ 




Rise. 



High 

Water, 
Full and 
Change, Spgs, Np^ 



5i 
74 



10 33 21i ' 17:1 



i ■ ■ 


Fundy 


10 


47 


23 


lit 


i 


Sand V Hook, United States 
■M.,Mi.daga.sc,ir, W, 


7 


29 


H 


5 




Co.-ist 

Islet, Australia, W, 


5 





15 






Coast 


10 


35 


18 




■> 


Sang- tail Bay, Yellow Sea 





55 


7 


4.', 




Sangiiianga (entrance), 












Ecuador 


4 


10 


9 






.Sanguir Island, Moluccas 






6 




1 


Sangwin R., Afriea,W. C. 


5 


15 


■ 4 




! 


Sanruimn l!av (.St. < Jeorge 












Islan'D. China, Iv C.st. 


10 


20 


15 






San-shui.Si Kiang. China. 












E. Const . . , . 






5-G 






Sant.i Catalina Id., Cali- 












fornia 


9 


35? 


5? 


4? 




Santa Cruz R., Patagonia, 












E. C'liast . , . . 


9 


30 


40 


29 




Santa Cruz or Agadir, 












Africa 


12 


45 


9 





Santa Island, California , 

Teneriffe,Canary Is. j 

Santii Maria Island, Chile: 
i Santander, Spaiii , . .i 
Santi.ago de Cuha, Cuba . 
Santona, Spain .... 
Saparooa Id., Moluccas . 
Sapie Bay, Sunibavva . . 
Sarawak R,, (Moratabas 

entrance) .... 

Santubong (entr.) 

— — Sarawak .Tunction 
_ City, 

Borneo, W, Coast 
Sam Badrig, or the Cause-j 

way, Wales , . .' 
Sarn-y-bwch Reef, Wales 
Sau-o Bay, Formosa . .; 
Saugor Id., B. of Bengal 
Saumarez Reef, Australia, 

E. Const .... 
Savannah (city). U.S. 

(entrance), U.S. 

Scales Point, I'lackwater 

River, England 
Scalloway, Shetlar)d . 
Searlior()U},'h, Fngland . 
Scarcies Rivers, Africa, 

W. Coast .... 
Scartiish, Tiree Island, 

Scotland 

Scilly (St. A^rnes Island) . 
(St. Mary Island), 

Eni^jland 

, Tre.scow .... 

Sea Bear Bay, Patagonia, 

E. Coast . . . .' 
Seafortli Loch, Athline. 

Scotl;i'iii . . . .! 
Spiihani, Eni,'l.ind . , . | 
Seal Cove, (Jrand Manan, 

J!, of l''uiidy . . 
Seal Id., C. Sable, B.ay of: 

Fundy i 

Seaniount Bay, Mulroy 

B.. Ireland . , . . 
Sebastian, San, Brazil 

Til rradel I'"Mego 

Sebastian, Spain. N. Coast 
Sedashigur l!av,* llin-i 

dostan, W. Coast , ,1 
Sedili It., China .Sea, W.c! 
Seiii, Isle de, 1'" ranee . .! 
.Seleney Bay, La[)land J 
Selsea"]!ill, Hi.gland , .! 
Semialinioo B;iv, (iulf of 

(ieiiriiia, America,, 

K.W. Co.ast . . .i 
Senegal (IVir) . . . .: 

(Cuet N'dar) 

(.St. Liiuis), Afri- 
ca, W. Coast . . .' 



H. M. 1 


ft. 


9 35? 


5? 


1 30 


8 


10 20 


6 


3 30 


15 


8 33 


21 


3 30 


12,1 




. 6 


1 


10 


4 


9 


4 


10 


5 


15-18 



5 20 



7 30 

7 40 

10 


8 
8 
7 



13 
20 


12 
9 
4 



30 
11 



7 10 

5 31 
4 30 

4 18 
4 22 

12 45 

G IG 
3 24 

10 54 

9 49 

G 44 

2 
7 t» 

3 



9 44 

3 21 

7 9 

11 45 



2 
8 42 
8 42 

10 



ft. : 
4 ? Serrana Bank, Mosquito 

ll Coast 

j Serranilla Bank, Mosquito 

12 '! (,'oast 

Sesliam Islands, Hang-chu 
104 ! Bay, China, E. Coivst . 

I Setuhal, Portugal 

II Seudre, River (entrance), 
1 1 France 

5,4 i Saychelle Archip. (Mayhd 

6 J Id,), Indian Ocean . 

9 Seypan Id., liadrone Ids. 

I Seven Islands, Laplatul .i 

15-18! 9 i 15ay. ^'ulf 

St. Lawrence . . -! 

1 Shadui-tieii Banks (west| 

j part), Yellow Sea . .j 

I Shdb Kadun, Ar.abia, 

I S.E. Coast . . . . 

Shilb'bu-saifeh, Arabia, 

• S. E. Coast .... 

6J ; Shallow Harb., Falklandi 



U. M. 



irr. 

11 45 

2 -30 

3 31 



ft. i ft. 

1 

2 I 



14 

3 

15 



4 Gi 
6 45 24 
8 20 12 



13 
14 

H 
12 

G 

74 
8 

14« 

153 

10 

12 

IG 

15:] 

20 

15 
14.^ 

20 

12] 

71 
4 

12 



7 

174 

9 

16^ 



12 
G 
6 



1 40 



9 



2 50 I 10 

I 

9 20 I 10 

9 45 j 10 



9 30 



7 i Islands 

Shanghai, Yang - tse -; 
10 ! Kiang, China. E. Cst.i 40 

44 Shao-kini!, Si Kiang, 

I2I China, E. Coast . . 

Sliai ja, Persian Gulf . . 

Sharks Bay, Natuniliste 

'; Channel 

9 . , Deidiam Sd, 

12 ; , Freyeinet, 



1 

11 45 

12 5 



Reach 



in 



— , F'reycinet 



12,ij Estuary . 

-, Capo Perron 

, lla'iielinPool 

-. .Australia, 



New 



3 0. 

4 15 

12 45 

5 0, 



1 
8 
5 32 

27 



10 N.W. Coast 

10,|, .She.liae Harbou 
ISruiiHwiek . 

15 Sheepdiaven, jrel.md 
Sheerness, Knyland 

lo'l Slieet Harb., Nova Scotia, 8 G 
Slieffen Id., Africa, S. C. 4 40 
Sheffield Island, r. States^ 10 58 
Sbelburne, Nova Scotia .1 8 4 
Sheldrake Isl.ind, (Julfi 
9 St. Lawrence . . .| 6 

Sherbro R., Africa. W.C. 6 11 
Shields, North, England. 3 23 '131 
Sliihtau l>ay, Yellow Sea 1 30 

12 Shi|) Harb., Nova Sitotia, 7 54 
(New Id.),i 

12J Falkland Islands . .j 10 30 



Hi 



10 

3 

G 

6 
5 



r,}. 



IG 
GA 
12" 

81 
7 



04. 



.1,', 

7.1 

5i 



lo 



Sliii)pigan, (iulf St. Law- 
rence 1 3 42 r 54 li 

SliojilBay, Australia,N.C., G ]8-25 11-:;ii 

_ , K.C.I 8 30 , ; 

Shoal Water B., Austra-; 

lia, E, Coast , . .1 10 30 12-18 

Shorehani, England . .j 11 34 : 18 131 



Sli 



Siva; 



fcilvorr 
]' 
Skeri 
•Skeri 
Skii 
Skull 
Slauif 



• Spring Tides rise a.m. G feet, p.m. 7^ feet from October to March ; and the contrary during tie rest of the year. 



•»M,iii^amikkM"S^m:& 



TIDE-HOURS OF THE PORTS AND HARBOURS OP THE WORLD. 



19^ 



High 


Rise. 


Water, 




lluUiinu 


Change, e 


jpgs. Nps, 


U. M. 


ft. \ ft. 

1 


) 


2 


) i . i 


irr. 


2 




] 








11 45 


14 






2-30 


8 


Hi 


. 


3 31 


15 




6 1 ! 






4 6i 




1. 


6 45 24 




8 20 12 1 5 


If i ! 


-1 1 40 1 9 1 « 


it: 




2 50 10 




*, 


9 20 10 




*> 


9 45 i 10 




d 




• 


9 30 


6 


1 


t. 


40 


10 1 


K. 




3 ' 


, 


1 


^ 1 


t.! 




.! 11 45 


6 i 


d.j 12 5 


5 1 


let • 


1 


. 3 0. 


5 


et 






. 


4 15 


H 


on 


12 45 


54 1 


)C) 


5 


^ 


i 


ew 


( 1 

j 8 


l^: = 




6 32 


11^ K 


.! (» S7 


16 1 i;ii 


tiai 8 6 


(i.\ : 4.1 


t'. 4 40 


12 


tesi 10 58 


8i 7i 


a .( 8 4 


7 i 5i 


ulfi 




.16 


5 . 3 


C 


. 6 


11 


id 


. 3 23 


13i 1" 


Se 


.1 1 30 


9 7 


)tia; 7 54 


6i. i\ 


J.).i 


, 


.| 10 30 




iw- 1 


.1 3 42 1 " 5.1 ;i 


s.C. 18-25 1I-'J 


;.C. 8 30 , ; 


tni- 


. , 10 30 12-18 




.1 11 3^ 


[ ■ 18 


131 



Place. 



High 

Water, 

l''ull and 

Change, 



Kl.SE. 



Sliuahartio Bay, Vantou- 

ver Ishmd .... 
Si Kiang or West River, 

China, E. ('oast . , 

„ (Snn-sliui) . ; 

■„ (Sh.an-i<ing) 

,, (Wuclian) . . 

Siak River, Malacca Strt, 

J off the town , 

SiJinoutli Cape, Austra- 
lia, E. Coast . . , 
Sieri'a Leone, Africa, W 

Coast ..... 
SillebarR. (Bar), Sumatra 
Siniidsu, Japan Sea . 
Sinioda Port, Japan Sea . 
Siinonoseki, Ja|)an Sea . 
Sin\ons Bay, Africa . . 
Simons, St., Island, U.S. 
Simpson Port, N. W. 

Coast of America . 
Singapore, New IIari)our, 

Malacca Strait . , 
Sinoii, Africa, W. Coast . 
Sir C. Hardy Ids., Torres 

Strait, E. Coast . . 
Sir E. Pollew Islands, 

Australia, N. Coast . 
Sisal, Gulf of Mexico 
Sitka, America, N.W. 

Coast* 

Skaapen Fiord, Ereroe 

Ishinds : 

Between Stormoe 

and Sandoe . . 

Between llestoe 

and Sandoe . . 

Skagen or the Skaw, 

Jutland 

Skerr}', Great,' E. 

Pentland Firth 
Skerrj-, Great, W. 

Pentland Firth . . 
Skerries, Ireland, X. Cst. 
Skerries, E. Coast 
Skip Ness, Scotland . . 
Skull, IVeland .... 
Slaughden, Orford, Eng- 
land 

Slievebane Bay, Ireland, 

W. Coast .... 
SligoBay (Mullaghmore), 

Ireland 

Harbour, Ireland . 

Sljno lid., Ireland, W. 

Coast ...:.. 
Smalls Lighthouse, St. 

George's Channel . 
Sinerwick, Ireland . . 
Smithville, United States 



side, 
side, 



H. M, 



9 

9 15 

7 55 

6 

7 30 
5 

8 30 
2 44 
7 43 

35 

9 45 
5 

9 15 

7 30 

34 



5 
5 30 

5 5(5 
11 4 

10 53 

6 15 

11 
11 50 

4 2 

1 

5 49 

5 IH 
5 23 

4 30 

C 
3 50 

7 19 



Si)g.s.|Nps. 



Place. 



,High I BisE. 

Water, | 
l'\dl and 



Place. 



ft. 
12 



12 
U 

10 

8 

3-5 

8 

214 

10 
4 

10 

4^7 
2 

5-7 



I 



J) 

13 
9 



ft. 



3 

1-1.1 





mi 

'li 

7i 



7.^ 



7i 



Smoky Bay, Australia, 

S. Coast 

Smyth Harbour, Tieria 

ilel Fuego , , . . 

Snajm Bridge, Grford, 

England 

Socna, Frajice . . . . 
i Society l!ay(Sulivan Bay), 
j Yellow Sea .... 
i Socotra Id., Indian Ocean 
'■ Sofala ]{., Africa, E. Cst. 
Solitary Ids., Australia, 

E. Coa.st 

Solovet Road, White Sea 
Sol way (Tarn Point), 

Scotland .... 

Sosnovaia Bay, White Sea 

Sosniivets, White Sea 

Sounia, White Sea 

Soutli Faralloii, California 

South Rock, Ireland . . 

Southampton, England . 

South-West Bay, Xew 
Providence .... 

Cape, New 

Zealand 

Southerness, Euijlaiid 
Soutliwohl, England . 
Spain, Poit, Tijnidad 
Speiisi'r .s Anchorage, Bay 
of Fufidy .... 

]5ay, Africa, 

S.W. Coa.st .... 
Spen.ser Gulf (Thorny 
Passage), Australia, 

S. Coast 

' , Point Lowly . 

, Port Augu.staf 

, Point Riley 

, Wallaroo . 



Change. Spgs.'Nps. 
ft. ft.' 



I High 
! Water, 
Full and 
Change. 8 



Rise. 



8 
10 



Vi 


'■i 


74 


1 
i 


m 


7r, 


114 


8.1 

84 


13.^ 


10 


21 
114 


1 

8 ' 
4^ 



, Spicers Cove, B.of Fund^y 
j Spider Id., Cliiiia, E. Cst.f 
Spit/hergen (Bell Sound) 
Spurn Pt. (Humber R.),! 

England j 

Staten Island, Tierra del 

Fuego 

Staunton Id., Yellow Sea 
Steilacooni Fort, Oregon 
Stephen Port, Australia, 

E. Coast .... 
, Falkland 

Islands 

Stewart Harbour, Tierra 

del Fuego . . . .' 
Stirling, Firlh of Forth, ^ 

Scotland | 

Stirrup Cays, Bahamas . 
Stockton (Tees), England! 



H, M. 

12 15 
12 

3 

3 19 

15 

7 20 

4 

1 

I 
9 15 j 

5 

11 22 I 

2 40 

11 44 I 
<! ,",0 i 

10 37 ! 
10 58 I 
10 30 ! ) 

12 45 / 



G 



m 



8 
19 

5 
4 

23 



18 
5,1 
4,1 

13' 

'13 



7 30 

12 

U 20 

10 20 

4 30 



7 

23 



11 42 39 



10 50 • 5-6 



12 

7 

8 30 
5 45 
irr. 

11 35 

10 

8 56 



0-8 
6-8 
9-12 

• -^1 
4-5 

37 
17 



5 26 18:1 

4 30 I 8 

1 30 8 

4 40 11 



9 
7 45 
2 50 



71 
4 



3 52 I 7h 
7 0,4 

4 40 11 



18 



3,1' 
10:;. 

91 



3 
33 



30i 



15 



Stonefield (Loch Etive),' 

■ Scotland ! 

Stonehaven, Scotland .! 
Stoniiigton, United States' 
Stornoway, Lewis Island, 

Scotland ■ 

Strangford (Killard Pnt.),! 

Ireland 

_ Quay . . .! 

— Head of Lough 

(Turley Rocks) . .' 
Streaky Bay (Blanche- 
port), Australia, S. C. 
Stroma, S. side, Pentland 

Firth 

Stronmess, Orkneys . 
Stuart Island, Sirait of 

Georgia 

Sttirge Passage, Strait of, 

Georgia . . 
Suadiva Atoll, Maldivha .' 
Siial Port, Luzon . . .1 
Suderoe Fiord, Fieroelds.l 
Suez Bay (head of Gulf),! 

Red Sea 

Suyhra, Arabia, S.E. (!st. 
Surahurgli Hd., Slietl.and 
Sunday or Kaoul Island,, 

S. Pacific .... 
Sunderland, England .! 

N., England! 

Supi; B.ay, Peru . . .' 
Surat, Hindostan, W. ('. 
Surin, St., France . . 
Surinam, Guayaiia 
Su.ssex Port, Falkland Ids,' 
Sutton i'ool, Enyland 
Sviatoi Xos, La])land 
Sviiioe Fiord, Ficroe Ida. 
Swain Reefs, Australia,! 

E. Coast ... .1 
Swan Island, Bass Strait; 
Point, Australia,! 

W. C'.iast . . . .i 
Swan River, G.age Road .'• 
, Port Grey, 

Australia, W. (!oast . 
Swansea (Mumbles Light- 
house), Wales , . ,1 
Sw'itau, China, E. Coast .' 
Swift Bay, Australia, N. 

Coast 

Svvona, E. side, Pentland, 

Firlh ,, . . . . 
, W. side, Pentland 

■ ^ Firth : 

Sydney, Australia, E. Cst.! 
Sydney Har,, ( 'ape Breton! 
Ta-tsing ho, Y'"ellow Sea . 
Table Bay, Africii, W. C; 



H. AI. 

7 3 
1 10 

9 7 

6 46 

10 53 
12 31 

12 44 

1 

9 47 
9 



6 

1 

6 

2 

8 

9 45 




3 
2 30 




00 



50 


11 


15 

5 32 
9 15 

12 

10 25 
9 35 

10 

8 50 

9 

6 1 

3 

12 
10 24 

9 35 

8 38 

9 

4 10 
2 40 



Pi,'s 



ft. 
14 

n 

13 

14 

10,i 

n.'. 



9 
10 

12-14 

12 
4 
6 
9,1 

6 
6 



27i 



18 

10 

10 

5 



Nps. 
ft. 



11 
3 

H 

in 

9,i 



6.1 
7i 



74 



11 
11,1 



i> 
14.', 
15' 

19 1 
14', I 11 

^i' 1 
o.^ 

6 

15.1 

14' 

6,1 



10 
6 

26 

23 I 

1-1.1 



4i 



20i 



7i 

7 
4 
4 
8 



1" the year. 



* The rise at Sitka as given by Commander Pearce, TI. M.S. Alert, in his remarks in 1860, does not exceed 7 feet, but on the authority of 
Commander Pike, H. M.S. Devastation (1862), the local pilots s.'iy that the rise sometimes is as much as 16 feet. 

t At Port Augusta, when the winds veer round to West and South, and blow strong, the rise has been as much as 16 feet. 



in\ 



20* 



h" 



mil 



-k 


1 




4 . 


II'' 




'■■/' 




S 


'■ 



m 

•■Si' 

■ 51; 



<i\':: 



TIDE-HOURS OF THE PORTS AND HARBOURS OF THE WORLD. 





High 


Rise. 


Place. 


Water, 




1 




Full 


and 




1 




Change. 


Spgs.' 


Nps.; 




H. 


M. i 


ft. 


ft. 


Tabou R., Africa, W. Ct. 


4 


45 


3-4 




Tabuai Island. S. Pacific 






3 




Tadeo, San, River, Pata- 










gonia, W. Coast . . 


11 


45 


6 




Taliiti, S. Pacific . . . 


noon 


l.i 




Tahrl, Persian Gulf . . 


5 


0? 






Tai-clio lio. Yellow Sea . 





15 


6 




Ta chow Idii,, China, E.G. 


9 





14 




Tai-Tai Bay, China Sea, 










E. Coast . . . . 


9 


30 


5f 


[ 


Talcaliuano. Chile . . . 


10 


14 


5 


j 


Talcan Island, Patagonia, 








i 


W. Coast .... 


1 


3 ) 


16i 




Tailunt; Channel, Canton 










Kivei', China , 


1 


30 


Qk 




Ta-lien-whau Bay, Yellow 








1 


Sea 


10 


47 


lOJ 


8 


Tama no Ura Harbour, 










Goto Id., Japan Sea . 






6-8 


4-6 


Tani-Sui Harbour, Chiiia 










Sea, E. Coast . . . 


11 


45 


7-12 




Tamar K., George Town, 










Tasmania . . . . 


12 


5 


10 


7k 


Tamar R., Launceston, 










Tasmania . . , . 


1 





12i 














Strait 


3 


5 


5 




Tamatave, Madagascar, 










K. Coast . . . . 


4 


IS 


8 




Tampa Hay, United States 


11 


21 


^ 


14 


Tan-.iM, Ki Channel, 








1 


Japan Sea , . . . 


6 





6 


5.1 


Tanera, Summer Islands, 








i 


Scotland . . . ' . 


6 


37 


14. 


lOj' 


Tangier, .Africi, X. Coast 


1 


42 


8 




Tautaiig Harbour, Mada- 










gascar, E. Coast . . 


4 


30 


6 




Tanjoiig Api, China Sea. 






7 




Tunjong Bolus, Malacca 










Strait 


9 


30 


lOi 


84 


Tatina, New Hebrides . 


5 


35 


3 




Tappaliaiinock, IJ. States 





42 


2 


li' 


Taii|)anooly Harbour, Su- 










matra 


6 


10 


6 




Taraniki or New Ply- 










iMoiilh, New Zealatid. 


9 


30 


12 


9 


Tarbert. Ireland . . . 


4 


57 


144 


104' 


Tarila, Spain . . . . 


1 


4»J 


6 


34; 


Tarn Pt., Solway, Scot- 










land 


11 


22 


23 


18 


Tarpaidin Cove, United 










Slates 


8 


4 


2f 


2.1 


Tarrytown, United States 


9 57 


4 


34 


Tatainagouche, Nova 










Scotia 


10 





8 


5 


Tatiyama Bay, Japan Sea 


5 


50 


5 




Taur.mga Harbour, New 










Zealand 


7 


10 


6 


44 


Tavoy R. (entrance), Bay 










of Bengal, E. Coast . 


10 


30 


20 


I 


Tay River (liar), Scot- 








1 
1 


laud 


2 


6 


16 


14 : 




Tay-bay-oo-bay, China 

Sea, K. Coast . 
Tebonkos Road, Baly.(N.; 

Coast) 

Teelin Harb., Ireland .| 
Tees R. (Bar), England . 
Teignmonth, England 
Tenby, \Vales . . . 
Teneriffe, Cape Verd Ids., 

(fi inta Cruz) . . 
Terceira, Azores . 
Teriberka R., Lapland . 
Terschelling (West). 

Netherlands 
Tetrina, White Sea , . 
Tetuan, Africa, N. Coast' 
Te.xel (outside Shoals), 

Netherlands . . ., 
Thirsty Sound, Australia,' 

E. Coast . . . .! 
Thomas St., Id., Africa .i 
Thom|)son 8d., New Zd.' 
Thorny Passage, Spencer 

(iidf, Australia, S.C. j 
Thorsminde, Jutland . 
Three Huininock Island 

(E. side), Bass Strait. 
Three Kings' lslands,New| 

Zealand ! 

Three Points Cape, Africa, 

W. tJoast . . . .j 

Three Rivers, River St. 

Lawrence . , . .1 
Throgs Point, U.S. . .' 
Thurso, Scotl'iiiil . . .! 
Ticao Island (Port Sanj 

Jacinto), ?'ilipinas 
Tictoc Bay, Patagonia . 
Tienpak Harb., China.' 

East Coast . , . ,j 
Timliallier Bay, G. of* 

Me.xico 

Tinghac, CInisan, China, 

E. Coast .... 
Tobago, Caribbean Sea . 
Tobennorv, Isle of Mull . 
Toboe Ali Point, Banka ( 

Strait .... I 
Tomo (Seto-uchi), Japan 

Sea 

Toiigatalju, S. Pacific 
TouLtsang Harb., China, 

E. Coast .... 
Toiuiing, (iermany 
Toonlang Id., liias Bay, 

China, 1'^ Coast . 
Topaze H.irbonr, British 

ColiiMibia . . . . 
Torbay, Lngland . . , 
Toro Point, Chile . . 
Tortola, Virgin Islands . 
Tortug!i8, Florida, U.S. . 



10 15 



5 

5 Itj 
3 45 

6 
6 



12 '.<.2 

7 20 

8 40 
3 17 

2 23 

6 30 

10 45 

3 25 

11 30 

12 

3 34 

10 30 
8 

4 

11 30 
U 20 

8 2S 

30 

1 15 



64 
111 
15 
13 

27 

8i 
44 
12 

G 
7 

n 



12-18 

44 

8 

6-8 
2 

10 

7 

4 

1 

in 

6 
11 



12 ; 84 



irr. 

IT 
irr. 

5 3») 
8 3iti'M* 

O.VMf 

11 0? 

6 50 

11 30 
2 1 i 

8 



12 
34 
13 

^12 



12 
9 



84' 
94' 

20 ; 



Towan Id., China, E.G.-. 
Tower Id., Galajiagos 
Townsliend Harb., Tierra 

del Fuego . . . . 
Townsliend Port, Oregon 
Tracadie, Prince Edward 

I.sland 

Tracey Harbour, Bjitisli 

Columbia . . . , 



High Riau. 
Water, 

Full and!— 

Change. Spgs. Np:^. 



5 

3i 



7i 
11 



I 



9 

94 



3 


16 


114 


6 


134 


10 


9 45 






« 30 


U 




9 56 


H 


1 



Tracy Island, Korea, 
S. Coast 

Trfe Islands, Norway 

Trawbreaga Lough, Ire- 
land 

Treguier, Franco . 

Trek Island, White Sea . 

Trepassey, Newfoundland 

Treport, France . 

Tres Criices Point, I'ata- 
gonia, W. Coast . 

Triangles, CJulf of Mexico 

Trincomalie Har., Ceylon, 
S. Coast .... 

Tringano R., O. of Siam, 
t'hina Sea, W. Coast . 

Trinidad (Port Spain), 
Caribliee Islands . 

Trinity B ty (Bull Island), 
Newfoundland . 

Haiiiour, New- 

Great! 

South: 

New-i 



fouiidlaliil 
OiieniiiLr, 



• In S.E. Monsoon. 



11. M. 

9 20 
? 


ft. 
13 

? 


2 30 

3 49 


5 
54 


7 


34 i 


12 


16 


8 58 
11 45 


Hi 

7 


fi 10 
5 32 

10 48 


114 

25 
20 



ft. 



7 
11 9 

1 15 



8 18 

8 
4 30 
7 22 
7 10 

9 15 



64 



27 



Hi 






21 



7 0? 
1 45 
11 50 

3 30 



8 30 



Barrier Reel's 
Tristan d'Acunha, 

Atlantic . . 
Tritoti Hariiour, 

foundland . 
Troniso, Norway . . J 
Troon, Scotland 
Troubiidge Shoals, Aus- 
tralia, S. ( 'oast . . ' 
Truro, England (Town 

Quay) . . ■. . .| 
Tsang-chow Island, Bias' 

iiay, China, K. Coast 
Tsau-liang-h;ii or Chosan 

Harbour, .(apan Sea .' 
Tsu-siiiia .Sixind, ,, 
Tsugar Strait, ,, 

Tudwall, St.,l{oad, Walesi 
Tuinaco lioail, Ecuador.' 
Tunis, Mediterranean .| 
Turks' Islands, Bahamas . 
Turna B.iy, White Sea .1 
Turner C, I'rincu Edwd.j 

Island i 

Turon B., Cochin China .| 
Turtle Island (North),! 

Australia, W. Coast .! 11 
Tuticorin H irboiir, (J. of! 

Mariaar, B. of Bengal, 

W. Coast .... 1 15 



t In N.W. Monsoon. 



7 45 


•7 


8 30 


8 


5 


5 


7 45 


14 


2 33 


12 




3 




3 


9 54 


,11 


6 10 


4 


3 


4 



16 
li 

2 

7 
4 

34 , 

3.' 
! 

7-12' 

8 
i 
2-4?' 
8 I 

10 ; 

6 ' 

.0! 



18 



21 



Ui: 
Uri 



TIDE-HOURS OF THE PORTS AND HARBOURS OF THE WORLD. 



2V 



High 

Water, 
Full ami 



Rise. 



Change. 


Spgs. 


Nps 


U. M. 

9 20 


ft. 
13 

? 


ft. 


2 30 

3 49 


5 

54 


5 


7 


H 


2 




12 16 ll-i 



8 58 
11 45 

6 10 
5 32 

10 48 

7 

11 9 



Hi i H 

7 
20 

6L 1 r> 
27 



21 



iVtl 

.i 
ian; 
:i.st 
lait, 



lesj 
ur .' 



1 15 16 



8 18 

8 
4 30 
7 22 
7 10 

9 15 

7 0?' 
1 45 
U 50 

3 SO 



8 30 

7 45 

8 30 
5 
7 45 
2 33 



LB . 


9 54 


vd. 




. 


6 10 


a . 


2 


;h), 
<t . 


U 


of 




jal, 


1 15 



2 
7 
4 
34 i 

n\ 
7-12 

8 ! 

2-4 '. ; 

8 ! 

10 ; 
6 ! 

10 1 



•7 
8 
5 

14 

12 
3 
3 

11 



4 
4 

18 
2J 



Rise. 



High 
Water, 
Full and 
Change, i Spgs. Nps. 



U. M 

Tutukaka Harbour, New 

Zealand 7 

Tweed River (Danger 

Point), Australia, E.G. 9 45 j 
Twofold B., Australia, E., 

Coast. 10 Q 

Tylatiap Harbour, Java,; 

S. Coast 8 45 

Tyneraouth (Bar), Eng- 
land ....... 3 20 

Typa Anchorage, China, 

E. Coast 10 

Uist North (Kallin), 

Scotland, W. Coast . 5 59 

(Valiay), 

Scotland, W. Coast . 10 

South (Loch Bois- 

dale), Scotland, W. C. • 5 47 
Ullapool, Loch Broom, 

Scotland .... 6 40 
Umnien Nakhoilah, Per- 
sian Gulf .... 7 30? 
Underwood Port, New 

Zealand G 10 

Union Bay, La Plata . 3 10 
Union, Port la, (i. of Fon- 

seca, Central America: 3 15 
Unsang, Borneo ... 80 
Upernivik, (ireerdand ,\ 11 
Upstart Bay, Australia, I 

E. Coast I 9 

Urakami, Japan Siia . . 7 30 
Uranouchi, .Japan Sea 
Uric Firth, Shetl.iiids . 9 45 
Ursula Island,. P.iliwan, 

China Sea, E. Coa.st . 110 
Usborne I'ort, Australii, 

W. Coast .... 1 45 
Ushant, France ... 3 32 
Ushrum Islands, Red Sua G 14 
Utria, New CJranada . .i 4 
Vaji'i), Norway . . . .! 12 
Valdivia I'ort, Cbilo . .1 10 35 
Valentia Harb., Ireland .| 3 42 
Valentine Harbour, Ma- 1 

gellan Strait . . A 2 
ValerySt.eii-Caux, France; lO 4L) 

sur Somine,! 

Franco i 11 40 

Yallay, North Uist, Scot- 
land, W. Cast . .| 10 
Vallenar H., I'atagonia, 

W. Cua.st .... 18 
Valparaiso, Chile ... 9 32 
Va!iderliii l.sl.ind, Aus- 
tralia, N. Coast . . 9 30 
Vansittart Bay, Austnv- 

lia, N.W. Coast . . 9 15 
Vansittart's Saddle, Yel- 
low Sea 4 20 

Vao Port, Isle of Pines, 

New Caledonia , . 8 6 
Veere, Netlurlands . . 1 20 
Ventry, Ireland . . , 3 44 



ft. I ft. 



7 

31 
14i 

7 
13.1 

11.1 
12| 

Hi 

8? 

8 
12 



10^ 
34 

8 



74 



34 

2 

12 

9 

5 

11 



27 

27 

11] 

5 
5 

7 

6 

10 

4 
15 

104 



Place. 



High 
Wait r, 



Full 



Ch 



mge. 



Venus Harbour, Austra- 
lia, S. Coast 
Vera Cruz, G. of Mexico 
Vermilion Bay, Gulf of 



H. M. 



Mt 



94 

9i 
104 



exico 

Vernr)u Chan., (Chusan 

Avcli.), China, E. Cst. 

Versavah, Hiudostan, VV. 

Coast 

Verte Bay, Nova Scotia . 
Victoria Port, Brazil . . 
, St. Juan de Fuca 



Strait 

Victoria River, Holdfast 
Reach, Australia, 

N.W. Coast 

, Moscjuito 



Flat, Australia, N.W. 

Coast 

-, Sandy Id., 



Australia, N.W. Cst. 
, Turtle Pt., 



7J- I 
' a i 



Australia, N.W. Cst, 
Vigo, Spain .... 
Vila Harbour, Sandwich 

Id., Banks Ids. 
Yin Harbour, G. St. Law- 
rence 

Vincent, St., Cape, Mada- 
gascar, W. t^iast . 

, Caribliean Sea 

5 j — — , Port St., New 

5 I Caledonia .... 
5 ; Virgin C, Magellan Strt. 
Vivero, Spain, N. Coast 
Vladimir, St., Bay, G. of 

Tartaiy .... 
Volcano Ids., China, E 

13J I Coast 

i Voronov C, White Sea 
Wa.igoe Fiord, Foeroc: 

Islands 

Waddington Harb., Bute 
8 Inlet, B. Columbia . 
Wahaay Harb. (Cerani),' 
ii N. ('oast, M(iUicc;is . 
214 Waikato R., New Zea- 
land 

214 Wairoa River, New Zea- 
land 

84 Walker Creek, Choiseul 
.1 Id., Falkland Ids. . 
! , R. Tyue, Eng- 
land 

t! Wallace Harbour, Nova 

4 Scotia 

: Wallis Id., Torres Strait . 

1 Walvisch Bay, Africa, 

j W. Coast . . . . 

84 Wanclni R. (entrance), 

China, E. Coast . 

(City), China, 

E. Coast ... 
\Vang-kia Bay, YeUow S, 



9 40 

12 15 

10 

3 



9 

12 19 
1 17 

7 15 

3 

5 
5 45 

4 45 
3 

? 50 

8 30 
3 



Rise. 



Spgs. Nps. 



ft. 

6 

2 



or 

"4 



14 

16 
9 

4 

7-10 



16 

15-24 

3-10 

7-13 
12-13 

5 

5 

12 

: U 
4-4 

36-42 
15 



ft. 

n 

5 
5-8 
10 



Place. 



High 

Water, 

Full and 

Change. 



Wang-kia-tia B.ay, Yellow 
Sea 

VVanganui R., New Zea- 
land 

Inlet, New Zea- 



irr. 


2 


11 30 


15 


11 20 


17 


6 


H 


6 


13 


6 


3 


9 30 


12 


6 45 


7 



Rise. 



Spgs 



n 



6 20 



10 30 
irr. 

1 54 

9 

9 30 
2 30 



5i 
104 

8 

7 

6 
154 

15i 
9 



land 
Warigari Harbour, New 

Zealand 
Wan^aroa Harbour, New 

Zealand 
Wangaruru Harb., New- 
Zealand 
Wapitagun Harb., G. of 

St. Lawrence 
Warleigh Quay, River 

Tavy, England 
Warnboro' Sd., Austra- 
lia, W. Coast . . , 
VVarrenpoint, C'arlingford 

Ireland 

, Lough Foyle, 

Ireland 
Warsheek Roads, A.frica, 

E. Coast 

Watch Hill, United Stated 

VVaterford (Bridge),- Ire- 

I laud . 

Waterford (Duncannon 

Fort) 

Waterloo Bay, Africa, S. 

Coast 

Webiing Point, Spencer 
Gult, Australia, S. 

Coast 

Week Islands, Tierra del 

Fuogo 

Wei-hai or Kyau-chau 

Bay, Yellow Sea . . 

Wei-lia; wei Harb., Yel 

low Sea 

Weil' Head, R. Tainar, 

England 

Welcome B., Pataguida, 
W. Coast .... 
Wellestey Ids., Australia, 
N Coast .... 
Wellflt'ot, United States . 
Wells, England . , . 

J3ar. England . 

Wenman Isles, Galapagos 

Weser (outer light-vessel), 

Germany .... 

West Cove, Kenniare R., 

Ireland 

(iat, Netherlands . 

Hill, Australia, E. 

Coast 

WeslQuoddy, B.ofFundy 

West River, China, E. 

Coast, sec Si Kiang . 

Western Port, Australia, 

S. Coast . . • . . . 

Westnianshaven, Fieroe 

I Islands 



H. M. 

6 

10 15 

11 20 

7 

8 15 
7 10 

10 30 

5 47 

11 10 

6 20 

; 4 30 

9 

6 6 

5 20 

4 

6 10 
2 

5 
9 30 

6 17 

50 

7 30 
11 5 

7 
(i 20 

2 10 

11 30 

3 52 

1 45 

10 20 

11 12 

1 10 

8 



Nps. 



ft. 
12 

8 

7 

9 

7 

9 

5 

144 
3-4 



"4 



64 

8 
3 

13!, 



6 

6-9 

5 
12 

9 

5i 

74 

8-12 

13.1 

12 

18 



10 
7 

24 
21 



3 
91 



ft. 
9 
6 
6 
7 

7 

3 

104 

12 
5 

2J 
10| 
10 



li 



12 



74 

17 

6 
74 



22* 



TIDE-HOURS OF THE TORTS AND HARBOURS OF THE WORLD* 



ii 



Tlace. 



Weatness, Orkneys . . 
WcHton-supur-mare, Eng- 
land 

Westport, Ireland . . . 
Wexford, Ireland 



High 

Water, 
Full and 
Change. 



Whampoi | In March 
(Uoclis). I In .\pril . . 
Cliiiia ( InMay&June 

Whitby, England . . . 

White Dag Ids., China, 
E. Coast . , . . 

Whitehaven, England 

, Nova Scotia 

Wick, Scotland . . . 

Wicklow, Ireland . . . 

Wide Bay, Australia, E. 
Coast 

Wide wall, Orkneys . . 

Wigtoii, Scotland 



•| 



WiTberforce Cape, Aus- 
tralia. X. (.'oast . . j 

William ' Port, Falkland 
Islands | 

..N.Zealandj 

, Scotland, 
W. Coast . . . . 

Willis Islets, Australia, 
E. Coast 

Willoughby C.'ipe, Kan- 
garoo Id., Australia . 

Wilmington, U. Slates . 

Wilson Pi"Oiuontory, Aus- 
tralia, S. Coast . . 

Winter Harbour, Melville 
Island 

Winterton llidge, Eng- 
land 

Wisbeach, England . . 

Wisbeach Eye, England . 



H. M. 
9 11 

6 54 



Rise. 



Spga. Nps 



57 
21 
4U 



ft. 
10 

37 

123 

5 



1 15 

80 ) 

3 45 j 15 

9 18 

11 14 1 23.1 

8 i 64 

11 22 i 10 

10 29 9 



9 14 

9 3 

11 30 



10 
10 



8 10 10 



5 15 

12 45 



11 10 ' 18 



8 

4 10 

9 ti 

2 

1 30 

7 50 
7 30 



6 
3 

10 



20 



ft. 
7i 

234 
9.i 
H 



m 



7A 
6,1 

7 
7i 



54 
6 

10 



23 



TliACE. 



High 

Water, 

Full and 

Change. 



Rise. 



Spgs.Nps, 



H. .M. 



Wivenhoe, Colne River, 

England 

Wolstenholm Snd., Arctic' 

Kegions 

Woodbridgo or Bawdsey 

Haven (Bar), England' 
• (Kingston! 

Quay), England . .! 
Woodbridge (Wilford 

Bridge), England . . 
Woodlark Id., Louisiade 

Archip 

Wootls Hole (entrance 

from Vineyard Sound), 

United States . , 
(entrance 

from Buzzard Bay), 

United States , 
Woody Island, Australia, 

E. (,'oast .... 
Woolwich, England . 
Workington, England .i 
Wrabne.s3, Stour River,' 

England i 

Wranger Oog, Germany .; 
Wrath Cape, Scotland .i 
Wreck Reef (Bird Islet), 

Australia, E. Coast . 
Wuchu, Si Kiang, China,; 

E. Coast I 

Wusung River (entrance), | 
Yang-tse-Kiang, China.i 

E. Coast \ 

(Pheasant Point) 

Wynkoopa Bay, Java .' 
Yang ho. Yellow Sea .j 
Yang-tse Kiang (Light 

Siiip at entrance), 

('liina, E. Coast 



ft. 



12 10 i 15 



11 8 

11 45 

35 

55 

7 15 

8 34 



7 59 

9 14 
1 37 

11 4 

12 29 
12 



10 

184 

20 

12 
9? 

7 30 i 15J 

8 3 j 6 
1-14 



30 



74 
12 
10' 

7 
4 



15 



35 , 13 
5 I 4,4 
15 



12 



ft. 
10 



7 

154 
15 



15 



lO.J 
8 
4 

10 



Place. 



Yarmouth Haven (Brush), 

England 

-, Bay of Fundy 

Bridge, England 

Road, England . 

Isle of Wight, 



England 
Yealm River, Bigbury 

Bay, I'jiigland . . . 
Yedo Bay (Yoku-hama), 

Japan 

Yellabqi, Africa, W. Cat. 
Yen, He d', France . , 
Ylo Road, Peru . . . 
Yoku-liama, Yedo Bay, 

Japan Sea .... 
York C, Australia, East 

Coa.st 

Factory, Hudson Bay 

River (Moody's 

Wharf), United States 

Road. Magellan St 

Youglial, Ireland . . , 
Yung R., Chinhae, China, 

E. Coast 

. Ning - po - fu. 



China, E. Coast 
Yung-hing Bay, Japan S. 
Vura Harbour, Japan Sea 
Zambezi Riv. (Pearl Id.), 

Africa, E. Coast . 
Zanzibar, Africa, E. Cat, 
(Channel), Afri- 

I ca, E. Coast . . . 
Zaudzi, Mayotta, Ccn;oro 

> Islands 

] Zebd Port, Filipinas . . 
Zeyla, Africa, E. Coast . 
Zieriksee, Netherlands . 



High 

Water, 

Fidl and 

Change. 


H. H. 


10 9 


9 15 
j 10 
(12 


5 37 


6 

7 10 
3 6 

8 15 


G 


11 15 
11 15 


9 35 
2 
6 14 


11 20 


1 

r, 20 

6 5 


4 30 
! 5 20 



4 15 

4 10 
12 

7 15 
2 



Rise. 



Spgs. Nps. 
ft. ft. 



5.! 
16 
6 
6 



13 
4 
4 



16i 

64 
10 
Hi 

« I 

6J ■ 
10 

10-14; 

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9 I 

123 , 

124 j 

li\ 

64 

12-15, 
10 

11 

12 

7 

84 
11 



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10 

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7 

10 



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''ater, 
11 and 
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lllSE. 


Spgs. 1 
ft. 


^ps. 


1. M. 


ft. 


10 9 

9 15 
10 
12 


5.! 
16 
6 
6 

1' 


4.1 
13 
4 
4 


5 '67 


m , 


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6 

7 10 
3 6 

8 15 


64 

10 1 

« 1 


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11 15 


10 
10-14, 


7 


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9 1 
12^ 


10 


11 20 


124 




1 

r, 20 

6 5 


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24 

64 




4 30 

5 20 


12-15 
10 




4 15 


11 




4 10 
12 

7 15 
2 


12 

7 

84 
11 


9 



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varnlaliod : Miio 4 ft. 4 in. by 3 tt. 5 in 2^r. Od. 



U). 



PNG LAND (Kast Coast of), from Dungoness to the River Tyno, 

Willi pJiiiiH Oil .-i l.ii'.'i' wc;il'; (if til') Kiw !■ llimiiior, Varmoiitli HuikU, liridiiii;;ton 
l):iy, /liver 'lyi'o, liaitli-poo), Sundnrland, Ao. On four »ilii;t'tM. Illustrated willi 
numeroiiH views of tile roiHt. Wltli a book of Sailing Diructions ... 12«. (dl. 

On clotli for Caiitaiim' UHe ... ... ... ... 17h. (Id. 

On c'otli iiml rollrrw for Coiintini.,'-liouHC, culuurcd and 

varnished; Mi/.e (J ft. fi in. iiy o ft. 5 in. ... ... ol:t. Gd. 

'-'I- J;NGLAICD {T.?sX Coast of), from Dungoncss to Flainborough Hcail, 

with I'laii^ of \'.irni<>Mtli liomlo, l!ii(lliM;,'t()ii, and tho JJivur llimdiiT. On 

llirct! hIiccIh. Wii.il a Hook of DircctionH ... ,.. ... ... lOx. (id. 

On cl.itli for Capt.nins' tiso ... ... ... ... \\h, Od. 

On cloth and rollers for Countinj^j-liousc;, coloured and 

vanii.shed ; .^iiso G ft. G in. by 2 ft. 10 in 30h. Od. 

-i. ENGLAND (East Coa^^t of), from Orfortlness to Flamborough Head, 

w ilh plans of till- IJivr 1 lumber, Varmouth Hoiula, .'ind l'ridlinf;toii Day, and illii.';- 
tiatid 'vitli view,! of tlie coast. On two sheutH. Accompanied wilii a Hook of 
Directions 8s. Od. 

On cloth for Captains' use ... ... ... ... 10s. Gd. 

On elotli and rollcis for Counlini^-liouse, coloured and 

varnished ; size 4 ft. 4 in. by 3 It. 6 in. 20s. Od. 

XiiTT. — T!iii tliiu't ■.Hill tiic clmrt of (ho 'lAtiinrion of the Thomon, No. 11| will bIiow the navigntion 
IVoiii D.ivcr and Lmuluu (n Hull, on o very liirgc scale. 

2-.'. ENGLAND (East Coast of), from Orfordness to Flamborough Head, 

il(^liiie;ititii; ^':'. mouth lloads, il.isborough Ci;it, Sherinjjliaiii Shoals, lilakciicy 
,ll:irliour, the l)urlj,'eonH and J>o\VHiiif,'s, Jjvnn Dt,>'pH and the Jlumbcr, with jilaiis 
ol N'arnioiith Jioads and tho Jvivtr llumber. On ono sheet. iJrawn from the 
survey made by Captains Ilewctt and Washington, ll.N. ... ... 4s. Od. 

On cloth for Captaina' usu ... ... ... ... 5s. 3d. 

•^3. EAST COAST OF ENGLAND, from Orfordness to the River Tyne, 

with plans on .a laii;(' scale of the ilivur JIuniber, Yarmouth Ho.ads, liridlington 
i'.ay, iSunderljiiul, Whitby, Scarborough, Hartle|iool, and tho liivur Tync. On 
llirec sheets. With descriptive notes of the harbours, headlands, &c., and 
numerous views of the coast. Accompanied by a iJook of S.ailing iJircctions. 

lOs. (!d. 
On cloth for Captains' use ... ... ... ... 14s. Sd. 

On ciiith and rollers for Countingdionse, coloured and 

varnisiicd ; size G ft. (iin. by '6 li. ij in. ... ... SLs. Cd. 

?>cTr.— 'riil= fh'.rt, with Nos. t>, li^, or 11, will show the nsvigiition from loiiiloii or the Downs to 
^'Cwc■l;(^c oil a vrr^ liirj,'(.' sfuk". 



i;l! 



2i. YAP.MOUTH and LOWESTOFT ROADS. 

Ml the lea(iiii^- !n:u!.s, liglits, hr. 



small plan chart showing 
Is. O.f. 



ENGLAND) and SCOTLAND (East Coasts r i\ from Flamhoroug-h 

Head to Capo'Wrath i nd tho Orkneys, with plans of r-\rn Islands, Sunderland, 
Uiver Tyne, Cromarty, I'entland Firth, Hartlepool, r'carborouj.'h, Whitby, 



Minorieft, Lonilon. 



2<i 



Muntidie, Arliroalk, Petothead, FraHorhtirgli, Ikiiff, M;u ilulf, Abeiileon, U\\ 
VViok. On tluui! larrfo iliLvU. Willi a Dook of Uirootifms ... 10s. Cd. 

On cloth for Captaiiw' UHu 148. 'JU. 

Oil clotli nil 1 rollnrH for Counting- houno, colouroJ and 

varninliifl ; «l/,o G It. .") in, by 3 It. 5 in Uls, (Jil. 

ENGLAND and SCOTLAND (East Coasts of), from Flamborougli 

Mourt to the Orkney Islands, witli pUiiti of SundorliuKl, rottirlioiid, Lcitli, 
u.ul H.'irtlnponl liiiriiniirM, tlid ontriinoo to tlio Ilivor Tyno, &c. Iiniirovcd liy w 
I'nll doHoriptinii of tlio HignnlH uxliihitod iit .Sunderliind and llartluimul. (Joir.pilud 

from the niiwt roodiit Huivoyg. Ono *iii;ot 4h. Od. 

On cloth for Captiiiiis' uni' ... ... ,,. ... 6h. 3d. 



•27. COAL PORTS of YORKSHIRE, DURHAM, and NORTHUM- 

BERLAND, with [il;ms on a !;ir!,'i! t'calc of the Kivi'is 'I'lis and 'I'yno, tlio I'cutH 
of Sundnrlaiid, Hiirtlepnoj, Wliitby,f;ciirboron!,'li, iviid Mlytli, witli (-'(xpiut liliind 
Ifoiid. Olio Hliciit. Drawn from the survoys (if Coiiiinandorn Hewott, .Slater, and 
Waehington, U.N. lUnstiated with viowsof the Liglithousos, &o. &o. .'is. dd. 
On cloth for Captains' u*) ... ... ... ... 68, 3d, 

On cloth and rolloiH for Conntini^-liou.so, coloured nnd 

varnished ; h'v/m 41 in. by 27 in. 13;^. Od. 



:h< 



28, 



FIRTHS of FORTH and Tay, on a very lar!,'o scale, witli i.ians of 
iiarboin-H. 'I'iiis chart contaiiiH many vahiablo remarks on the Tides and 
Ciirnjiits, and liai coloure<l drawin<;s of tlio Tidal Signals at Lcltli, O.antoii, and 
]>iiridao. L'oiiipilod principally from tho late Admiralty Surveys. Ono sheet. 
Accompiinicd by n Book of Sailins,' Directions ... ... ... 5h. tid. 

On cloth for Captains' use ... ... ... ... 6m. 9d. 



29. 



WEST COAST and ISLANDS of SCOTLAND, on three iar?o Bhects, 

showiii!,' the whol(! coait from the Mull of (/'aiityro to Cajiu Wrath and tlio Lewis 
Islands. On three sheets. Witli plans of harbours. Accompanied by a Hook 

of Directions ... ... ... ... Via. Od. 

On cloth for Captains' use ... ... ... ... 15s. Ud. 



30. NORTH COAST of SCOTLAND, IVom Capo AVr.^th to rentlaud Firth, 
including the Orkney Islands. One sheet. ... ... ... ... Os. Od. 

On cJoth for Capt.ains' use ... ... ... ... (Js. 3d. 

31 SEA NORTH-WEST of the BRITISH ISLANDS, on two lai-c sheets, 

incliiilin'4 plans of tho Caledonian Canal and llockall liank. This chart is spe- 
cially adapted to tho use of Shijimasters frequenting tho llockall Bank in pursuit 
of the Fishery, as it shows tho Bank on a Large scale. LimitH, latitudes, .53° 5U' 

aiid(J3'' '(o'N., ami longitudes, 0" .30 andli)" -10' W 8s. Od. 

On cl"th for Captains' uso ... ... ... .. 10s. Gd. 

32. WEST COASTS of the BRITISH ISLANDS. The .^nrne chart a.s No. 31 
^Sea north-west of the British Islands), but with an ad.ilitional sheet, tiiun 
Bliowing the whole of the Irish Channel, tho const round Ireland, the Bristol 
('liannel, and the English C^hannel west of tlio Isle of Wight. This chart 
e.thibil.s the navigation west of the British Islands between tho English Cha?uii'l 
and the Freroo Islands. Limits, latitudes 48° 20' and C3" S.5' N., and longitudes 

0° 30' and 15° 40' \V. . On three sheets 10s. Gd. 

On cloth for Captains' use 14s. 3d. 



33. F-ffiROE ISLANDS to the BAY of BISCAY, Tn rmr large sheets. 

12s. Od. 
On cloth for Captains' u.se 17s. Od. 



James Imray and Son^s Catnhxjue, 



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Northern Navigation^ comprising the North 
Sea, ^atte//at, Baltic, j-c, 

34. NORTH SEA, on two large sheets, showing the navigation between the coasts 

of England and Scotland, and the opposite coasts of France, Holland, Jnthmd, 
and Norway. With plans of h.vrbours. Illustrated with numerous views of 
the LighthouHes. Accompanied liy a Book of Directions ... ... 8s. Od. 

On cloth for Captains' iwe 10s. Gd. 

35. NORTH SEA. The same cliart as the preceding, but with the addition of a half 

sheet to show the coast of Norway as far as Drontheim. Illustrated with 
numerous views of the coast, and improved by a full description of the Currents, 
Tides, &c., and remarks on the passage across the North Sea. Accompanied by 

a Book of Directions 10s. Gd. 

On cloth for Captains' use ... ... .. ... lis. 3d. 

30. SOUTHERN PART of the NORTH SEA from Dungeness to Flam- 
borough Head on the English side, with the opjiosite coasts of France, Holland, 
&c., from Cal.iis to Hamburg. With a largo plan of the Flemish Banks. On 
three .sheets. Accompanied by a Book of Directions ... ... 10s. Gd. 

On cloth for Capt^iins' use ... ... ... ... lis. 3d. 

On cloth and rollers for Counting-house, coloured and 

varnished ; size 5 ft. 2 in. by 3 ft. 3 in 26s. Od. 

37. NORTH COAST of HOLLAND, from the Texel to Hamburg, showing 

the entrances to the Rivers Elbe, Weser, Ems, Jahde, and Ilever. Drawn from 

the latest survey.", and much improved by the introduction of descriptive notes, 

&c. &c. On 14 sheet. Accompanied with a Book of Directions ... 7s. Od. 

On cloth for Capt.ains' use ... ... ... ... 1>8, Gd. 

On cloth .Tiid rollers for Counting-house, coloured and 

varnisheil ; size 4 ft. 10 in. by 2 ft. 3 in. ... ... 18s. Od. 

3S. Rivers Ems, Weser, Elbe, and Hever, being one sheet of the above chart. 

5s. Od. 
On cloth fur CapUiins' use ... ... .., ... Gs. 3d. 

39.* SKAGOERAE, or SLEEVE, extending from the Naze of Norway to Gothen- 
burg, on a large scale. With plans of the harbours of Christiansand, Kragero, 
OsteiTisor, Laurvig, Arendal, Winga Sound, Christiania and Clu'istiania Fiord. 
Illustrated with numerous views of JBeacons and Headlands On two sheets. 

8s. Od. 
On cloth for Captainfi' use ... ... ... ... lOs. Gd. 

40," KATTEGAT, on a very large scale, showing the n.ivigation between the Skaw 
and Eisinore. Compiled from recent Danish survey.'". On two sheets. Illus- 
trated by numerous views of the coasf, .and accompanied by a Book of Sailing 
Directions ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... Ss. Od. 

On cloth for Captain.s' use ... ... ... ... 10s. Gd. 

41. KATTEGAT, SOUND, and BELTS, with plans on a large scale of the 

Sound and Grounds, part of tlie Great Belt, L.-vmsbacka Fiord, and Woideroc 

Anchorage. On two and a half sheets. Drawn from the most recent Danish 

and Swedish surveys, .accompanied with a Book of Sailing Directions Ss. Gd. 

On cloth for Captaiiin' use ... ... ... ... 12«, 3d, 

On cloth and rollers for Counting-house, coloured and 

v.arnishcd ; size fi ft. 3 in. by 2 it. 10 in 22s. od. 

42.* SOUND and GROUNDS, o» i<- !:<■'•«« scale, with plans of thcDrogden and 
harbour of Elsinore, illustrated with views of the principal ChurcheM, the 
Obi^ervatory, and other objects in C'opi;nhagcn, dLMlueorl from the most recent 
surveys. One thcut ... ... ... ... ... ... ... Tjs, Od. 

On cloth for Captains' use ... ... ... ... 6.s, 3d, 

On cloth and rollers for Counting liouse, colouied and 

vaMiishcd ; size 41 in. by 27 in 13h. Od. 



V/ 



Minories, Londom, 



43.* 



BALTIC or EAST SEA, on •i' very large scale, showing the navigation from 
tlie Sound to the Gulf of Finland and Gulf of Bothnia. With plans of harbours. 
Drawn from the latest surveys made by order of the Governments of Prussia, 
Sweden, Denmark, and Russia. On two sheets. Accompanied with a Book of 
Directions ... ... ... ... ... ... 8s. Od. 

On cloth for Captains' use ... ... ... ... 10s. 6d. 

On cloth and rollers for Counting-house, coloured ami 



varni.shed ; size 4 ft. 1 in. by 3 ft. 5 in. 



21s. Od. 



iU 



GULF of BOTHNIA, on n_ large sheets. With plans of the North Quarken 
and the htarbour.'? of Gamla Carleby, and Iludiksvall. Compiled from the recent 
surveys made by order of the Swedi.sh Government. Accompanied by a Book 

of Directions ... .. ... ... ... ... 10s. (jd. 

On cloth for Captains' use ... ... ... ... 14s. 3d. 

45.* GULF of FINLAND, on three large sheets, showing the whole navigation 
between Dager Ort and St. Petersburg. With plans of Cronstadt, Port Baltic 
or Eager Wik, Revel and Hango Harbour.s. Illustrated with ninnerous views 
of the coast, and accompanied by a Book of Directions ... ... 10s. 6d. 

On cloth for Captains' use ... ... ... ... 148. 3d. 

* These nro all new charts, cnfjraTed in the beat and clenreat .itylo. They show tho navignl ion 
from the North Sen to the Uulf of Bothnia or Gulf of Finland on the largest scale yet pnblishcd. 

16. COAST of NORWAY and WHITE SEA, on a very huge scale. This 
chart is drawn from the late Norwegian and Kussian Surveys ; and shows the 
whole navigation from the British Isles to Arkhangel. It contains plans of 
the vicinity of Hammerfcst and Tromsoe, tlie port of Drontheim, and the bay of 
Arkhangel, and is illustrated with several views of the coast. On two .sheets. 

Accompanied with a Book of Directions ... ... lOs. Od. 

On cloth for Captains' use ... ... ... ... 13a. Od. 

On cloth and rollers for Counting- house, coloured and 
varnished; size 4 ft. 4 in. by 3 ft. 5 in. ... ... 22.s. 6d. 

^"i- WHITE SEA, on two large sheets. With plans of Arkhangel, Sosnovcts, 
Veslmyak, Nokucv, Sem Islands, lukanskie and Onega Harbom'.s, the gulf of 
Onega, &c. Illustrated with numerous views of the coast, and improved by many 

explanatory notes. Accompanied with a Book of Directions 10s. 6d. 

On cloth for Captains' use ... ... ... ... 13s. Od, 

Shiiiraiisters coiugto Arkhangel should take this chart with Nos. 34 or 35 and 46, as these publi- 
cations will exhibit the whole voyage to the White Sea. 



The Atlantic^ and Islamh of the Azores^ 

48. NORTH ATLANTIC, f>'om Greenland to the Equator, on a very large scale; 
with plans of the harbour of Funchal, Horta and Pim Bays, and Fayal Channel, 
and Bermuda Islands. Illustrated with some views. This chart contains much 
valuable iniornKition on tlie winds and currents, and will be found superior to 
any before published ..'. ... ... .-. ••• ••• •■• Ss. Od. 

On clolh for Captains' use lOs. 6d. 

On cloth and rollers for Conntinghouse, coloured and 

varnished ; si:;u 4 ft. 4 in. by 3 ft. 5 in '20s. Od. 

48a. NORTH ATLANTIC DIRECTIONS. A small pamphlet, price Is., to 
accompany this cliart. 



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49. SOUTH ATLANTIC, on two largo sheets, fram the Equator to 65" flouth 
latitude, on a very large scale ; with plans of the islands of St. Helena, Ascen- 
sion, Trinidad, Martin Vas, Fernando Noronha, Roccas Reef, &c. Illustrated 
with some views. Much valuable information on the winds, currents, and 
temperature of the water is embodied in this chart, and no expense has been 
spared in producing a good publication ... ... ... ... 8a. Od. 

On cloth for Captains' use ... ... ... ... 10s. 6d. 

On cloth and rollers for Counting-house, coloured and 
varnished ; size i ft. 4 in. by 3 ft. 5 in 20s. Od. 



A small pamphlet, price Is., to 



rj«. SOUTH ATLANTIC DIRECTIONS, 
accompany this chart. 

NoTR.— This chnrt, with Uic chart of tho Xorth Atlantic, No. IS, shows the whnlo nnvigatlon to 
ihoCapcof'tiood Hopo nndCape Iloni, aiul will bo found very aerviceablo, na tho clircrtiona of all tho 
tnrrcnta ure delinonteil. 

oO. AZORES, or WESTERN ISLANDS, one sheet,- on a very largo scale ; with 
]iarticular plans of Hortii and Pini Bays, Fayal Chainiel, St. Michael Island, 
Tonta Dcljjada, Villa Franca Road, St. Lourenzo 15ay, Villa da Porto, Praya, 
I'raya in Tcrceira, Angra Bay, the Forniigas and Dollabarat Shoals, &c. &c., 
illustrated with numerous views. Drawn principally from the recent survey 
of Captain Vidal, R.N. A beautifully engraved and cheap chart ... 5b, Od. 
On cloth for Cajitains' use ... ... ... ... 68. 3d. 

51. MADEIRA, PORTO SANTO, and the DEZERTAS, on one sheet, with 

a plan of the harbour of Funch.al, and illustrated with some views. Drawn 
from the recent survey of Captain Vidal, R.N, ... ... ... 4s. 6d. 

On cloth for Captains' use ... ... ... ... 6s. 9d. 

5-. CANARY ISLANDS, according to the survey of Captain Vidal and Lieu- 
tenant Arlett, of the Roynl Navy, cont.nining enlarged plans of S.inta Cruz, 
Puerto dc la Luz, Arrcciffe, Str.ait of Rio, and Strait of Bocayna, &c. Illustrated 
v.'ith sonio views ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .'is. Od. 

On cloth for Captains' use 6s. 3d. 

5'o. CAPE VERDE ISLANDS, on a very liU'gc scale ; with i)lans of Poito Praya, 

Porto Grande, Mordeiro B.ay, and English Road, drawn chiefly from tho surveys 

of Coninianders A. T. E. Vidal and W. Mudge, of tho Royal Navy Bs. Od. 

On cloth for C.-iptains' use ... ... ... ... 6s. 3d. 



IT 



Coast of Africa, 



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COAST of AFRICA, from the Strait of Gibraltar to Sierra Leone. 

With plans of the harbours of Ma/.aghan, Sale, Mogador, Santa Cruz or Agadir, 

Portcndic, Sierra Leone, River Senegal, River (tanibia, River Caziunancc, 

Goree, the Isles dc J^os, and Coast in tho vicinity of Sierra Leone ... 12s. Od. 

On cloth for Captains' uso 15s. Od. 

COAST OF AFRICA, from Sierra Leone to the Bight of Benin. 

AV'ith i)lans of tlie most important harbours, and numerous views of the coast. 
On three largo sheets ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 128. Od. 

On cloth for Captains' uso 15s. 9d. 



Mmories, London. 



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56. 



Coasts of France, Spain, and Portugal 

* BRITISH ISLANDS to the COAST of AFRICA, showing the navigation 

belwcun Liverpool and Ireland and Mogador. With plans of San Martin do la 
Arena, Castro Urdiales, Hetnval, Santander, Burling Isles, Cape Finisterre, 
Rabat and Sale, Mazaghan, Mogador, Cadiz, and the Rivera Gironde, Tagus, 
and Uouro. On four large sheets. With a liook of Sailing Directions 123. Od. 
On cloth for Captains' use 17s. Od. 



57. « FRANCE, SPAIN, AND PORTUGAL (the West Coasts of), extend- 
ing from the entrance of the Irish Channel to Gibraltar. With plans on a 
large scale of San Martin de la Arena, Castro Urdiales, Setuval, Santandcr, 
and the I5in'ling Isles ; the llivers Gironde, Tagns, Douro, &c. Accompanied 

with a Book of Direcliona " lOs. Od. 

On cloth for Captains' use 14s. 3d, 

On cloth and rollers for Coui ing-houne, coloured and 

varnished; size C ft. 5 in. by 3 ft. 6 hi. 31s. Gd. 

• Either of thcao charts with Ko. 31, will show the navigation from the Fosroo Islands to the 
AlciUterranean. 

53. BAY of BISCAY, on a very large scale, drawn from the recent surveys made 
by order of the French Government, with plans of the principal harbourr'. 

Accompanied with a Book of Directions lOs. Od. 

On cloth for Captains' use 12s. Cd. 

59. COASTS of SPAIN and PORTUGAL, from Cape Ortegal to the 

strait of Gibraltar ; with plans on a largo scale of the llivers Tagus and Douro, 
the harbours of Forrol, Corcubion, Vigo, San Luoar, &c. Drawn from the late 
Spanish .and Portuguese surveys, and improved by the introduction of descriptive 
notes, views of Headlands, &c. Accomiianied with a Book of Sailing Directions 

8s. Od. 
On cloth for Captains' use ... ,... 10s. Cd. 

Tlii3 chart and No, 53 prt'ccditif; (tho Uny of Biscay) show tho navigation from the English 
Channel to tho Motliterrauean on a largo scale. 



f 



The Mediterranean Sea, 

GO, The MEDITERRANEAN SEA. Four sheets. On a large scale, with .about 
30 plans of the harbours, &c., among which arc tho following : — Malaga, Alicante, 
Barcelona, Villefrauche, Strait of Gibraltar, Cartagena, Genoa, Hyeres Koad, 
Leghorn, Toulon, Cagliari. Algiers, Str.ait of Bonifacio, Gulf of Naples, ralermo, 
Strait rf Messina, Valetta, Smyrna, lUver Danube, Alexandria, Cephalonia, 
Trieste, Patras, ko. Illustrated" with numerous views of the coast, and descrip- 
tive notes. Drawn from the late surveys Uiado by order of tho British, Frencii, 
Austrian, and Bnssian Governments, by Commanders Smyth, Copeland, Graves, 
Mounier, Lo S;iulnier de Vauhello, Gauticr, Beautemps-Beaupre, Do Hell, A. 
Bcrnird, Dortct Do Tessan, &c. A beautifully engraved chart, accompanied 
with a Book of Directions ... ' ... 14s. Od. 

On cloth for Captaias' use 19s. Od. 

On cloth .and rollers for Counting-house, coloured .and 

varnished ; size 8 ft. 4 in. by 3 ft, 4 in 42s, Od. 

The same chart, without the Book of Directions 12s. Od. 

This chart may ivlno bo !ind \v. tv.o Ports, as follows i— 



.*^■■ 



ma 



■<i. 



James Imray and Son's Catalogue, 



61. 



(Part I.)— Gibraltar to Sicily, on two sheetf!. Tins cliait shows tho navi- 
gation between the coast of Tortugul .anti Sicily, and contivins the following 
plans, besides numerous views of the ooast;— Gibraltar, Channel between Corsici 




On c'oth for Captains' use 



62. (Part II.)— Italy to Alexandria, on two sheets. This chart comprises the 
navigation between the Gulf of Venice, Black Sea, and the Levant, and contains 
plans of the harbours of Alexandria, Cephalonia, Trieste, Gulf of Patras, the 
Channel between Zante and tho Morea, Jlouths of the Danube, Odessa, Smyrna, 
&c.; it is also illustrated with several views. Accompanied with a Book of 
Directions ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... Sa. Od. 

On cloth for Captains' use ... ... ... 10s. 6d. 

133. MEDITERRANEAN SEA (Western Portion of), on three large sheets 

showing the navigation between Gil)raltar and Midtaon the most extensive scale 
yet published. With numerous i)lans cif the most iniportiint harbours. Accom- 
panied with a Book of Directions ... ... . ... ... 12s. Od, 

On cloth for Captains' use ... ... ... ... 15s. Od. 

61. MEDITERRANEAN SEA (Middle Portion of), on two large sheets, 

showing tlie navigation between Sicily and Malta and the Grecian Archipelago. 
Compiled from tlio most recent surveys, with plans of harbours. Accompanied 
with a Book of Directions .. ... ... ... .. ... 8a. Od. 

On cloth for Captains' use .. lis. Cd. 

65. MEDITERRANEAN SEA (Eastern or Levant Portion), on two 

large sheets, showing the navigation between the Grecian Archipelago and the 
coasts of Egypt and Syria. AVith plans of tho most important harbours. 
Compiled from the .most recent surveys. Accompanied with a .Book of 
Directions ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 10s. Od. 

On cloth for Captains' use ... ... ... 12s. (Jd. 

36. ADRIATIC or GULF of VENICE, on two large sheets, with numerous 
plans of harbours and views of the coast. Accompanied b}' a Book of Sailing 



Directions 



On cloth for Captain.s' u.io 



10s. 

133. 



(id. 
Od. 



67. ISLAND of SICILY, o" ^ l'i'''.?e i^cnh, with plan.=! of tho principal h.arbours, 
viz ;— Messina, Syracua.', Augusta, B.ay of Palermo, and Tr.apani. A new edition 

.^s. Od. 

Gs. 3d. 



revised ami corrected. On one sheet 

On cloth for Captains' use 



C8. 



ARCHIPELAGO and IONIAN ISLANDS, "» two sheets, on a very 

large scale, with plans of Mamiorice and Karagatch Ifarbours, Corfu and Zante 
Bays, the Gulf of Smyrna and Khios Strait, &c., and illustrated with several 
views of the co;ist. Drawn chiefly from the lato surveys of Conmianders W. H. 
Smyth, It. Copi'lanil, T. Graves, &c., of the IJoyal Navy. A beautifully engraved 
and accm-atiMlrart ... ... ... ... ... .•• ••■ 10s. (?il. 

(In cloth for Capfaii.s use 13s. Od. 

On clotli and roller i lor Counting-house, coloured and 



varnished ; size 1 ft. 4 in. by 3 ft. 5 in. 



2'2b. 6d. 



69. DARDANELLES, o" ""e slioet. With idans of the Tcnedo-s Channel, 
Narrows of the Dardaiicl'es and Jjamp.saki B.ay. ... ... ... 5s. Od. 

On clotli for Ca[itainK' use ... .. ... ... Cs. 3d. 



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With numerous plans of harbouis. 

Cs. 0(1. 
(5s. ad. 



70. SEA of MARMOEA, on ono sheet. 

On cloth for Captaiu'H use 

71. BLACK SEA and SEA of AZOV, on three sheets. With plans of 

ti:e Bosporus, the Strait of Kei-tcli, Sulina branch of the Danube, Kustenjeh, 
Odessa, Balakhiva, Burghaz, Varnii, Soujak, llizeli, Batoum, Trebizond, St. 
Douka, Ghelenjik, Gher/eh, Ounieh, Anapa, Sanisoun, Kaffa, Ainaatra, and 
Sinpub. Accompanied with a Book of Directions. A beautifully engraved and 
elegant chart ... ... ... ... I2.s. Od, 

On cloth for Captains' use ... ... ... ... Ifla. !)d. 

On cloth and rollers for Countinjj-house, coloured and 

varnished ; size 6 ft. ('< in. by 3 ft. 5 in 31s. Cd. 

• Sliipmaalers bound to tlio BlauU Sea or Sea of Azov, should urovide tliemselves with the ehiirta 
No. 03, 01, OS, on, 70, 71, as they show the navit'ntiou on a very large acal?. 



Coasts of North A merica^ the West Indies^ 



72. 



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75. 



NEWFOUNDLAND and COAST of LABRADOR, on four sheets. This 

chart is drawn from the late English and French surveys, and is believed to 
contain the most recent and reliable information. It is on four large sheets, and 
the various plans of the harbours of Quirpon, St. Margaret's Bay, Cod Roy, 
St. Pierre, Trepassy, Croc, St. John's, Harbour Grace, Conception Bay, Sand- 
wich, Chateau, lied Bay, Rt. Lunaire j'ay, &c., cannot fail to add to its utility ; 
there are also many explanatory remarlis, useful as hints to those making the 
land. Accompanied with a Book of Directions ... ... ,., 12s. Od. 

On cloth for Captains' use 17h. Od. 

On cloth and rollera for Counting-house, coloured and 

varnished ; size 4 ft. 10 in. by 3 ft. 9 in Sis. Cd. 

BANKS and Part of the Island of NEWFOUNDLAND, on two 

sheets. Compiled ])rincipally from tliR recent surveys ide bj' order of tlio 
French Government. This chart contains plans of St. John's and St. Pierre 
Ilai'bfcurs, and shows the Banks in an accurate manner, on a very largo scale, 
and will be found extremely useful to those en^^gid m the Quebec and Mon- 
treal trade 7s. 6d. 

On cloth for Captains' use 10s, Od. 

COAST of LABRAHOR, and North Part of the ISLAND of 

NEWFOUNDLAND, on two sheets. With plans, on a large scale, of Croc 
Harbour and the Strait of Belle Lslc. This chart extends from lat. 48° 30' to 
55'' 30' N., and exhibits the Coast of Labrador to that latitude, and will bu 
found very useful to the Labrador fishermen and St. Lawrence traders, as, in- 

.' >nendent of the plan", it gives the coast on a large scale 7s. Cd. 

On cloth for Captahw' use 10s. Od. 

GULF and RIVER ST. LAWRENCE, on three sheets. This chart shows 
the Coast of North America between Belle Isle and Cape Cod, and includes 
therefore, the Island of Newfoundland, the Gulf and River St. Lawrence, 
and Coast of Nova Scotia. In it are plans of Halifax, Conception Bay, Strait 
of Belle Isle, St. Pierre, Harbour Grace, Cape Race, Cape Ray, &c. &c. Ac- 
companied by a Book of Directions ; 12s. Od. 

On cloth for Captains" use 15s. 9d. 

On cloth and rollers for Counting-house, coloured and 
varnished ; size (i ft. 5 in. by 3 ft. 5 in 31s. Gd, 






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70. GULF of St. LAWKENCEi on two sheets, on a large scalo, with plans 
of Gasp^ Harbour, Miramichi Bay, Hillsbro' Bay, and the Mingan Islands. 

Drawn from tho recent surveys of Captain Bayfield, R.N Ss. Od. 

On cloth for Captains' use lOs. (Jd. 

77. COAST of NORTH AMERICA from Scatari Island to Cape Cod. 

(on three sheets,) including Nova Scotia, tho Bay of Fundy, (fee, with plans of 
the harbours of Halifax, Fourchu, Yarmouth, Annapolis, Salem, Portland, 
Portsmouth, St. John's, and of numerous anchorages on various parts of tlio 

coast. Illustrated with views of the coast 10s. Gd. 

On cloth for Captains' use 14s. 2d, 



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7S. COAST of NORTH AMERICA, from cape canso to new YORK and tho 

KIVER DELAWARE, on three largo sheets, with plans of several harbours. 

Accompanied with a Hook of Directions ... ... ... ... 128. Od, 

On cloth for Captains' use ... ... ... ... 15s. 9d. 

On cloth and rollers for Counting-house, col'tured and 

varnishetl ; size G ft. 5 in. by 3 ft. 5 in. Sis. Cd. 



79. COAST of NORTH AMERICA, from new YORK and the RIVER 

DELAWARE to the STRAIT of FLORIDA, on three largo sheets, with plans of 
tho most important harbours. Accompanied with a Book of Sailing Directions. 

123. Od. 

On cloth for Captains' use 15s. 9d. 

On cloth iind rollers for Counting-house, coloured and 

varnished ; size G ft. 6 in. by 3 ft. 5 in Ola. 6d, 

NoTB.— These Charts (Nos. 78 and 70) show the whole of the Atlantic soa-boaril of tho United 
States, and are intended to aet'Dnipiiuy oucli other. 'I'hoy inchide tlio various surveys niude by tl'o 
olUcers cnRaced in the survey of the coast of tlio United States, and h;ivo been engraved at consideriililo 
expense, ami the greatest care has been takcu in tiioir construction, that they may not bo inferior to 
any published. 

80. BAHAMA ISLANDS and BANKS, on two large sheets. Showing the 

Strait of Florida and adjacent co:ista, with plans, on a large scale, of tho prin- 
cipal harbours. Drawn from the late surveys of Commanders Owen and Barnott, 
of the lloyal Navy, and tho Spanish and United States Coast Surveys 8s. Od. 
On cloth for Captains' use lOs. Gd. 

81. WEST INDIES and COAST of COLOMBIA, with plans, .n a large 

scale, of the harbours of Vera Cruz, Port Royal, Chagres, Aspinwall, and Havana. 
Compiled from the latest English, Frencli, and Spanish surveys, and improvod 
by the introduction of views of the coast, descriptive notes, &c. &c. lOs. Gd, 

On cloth for Captains' use ... ... ... ... ISs. Od. 

On cloth and rollers for Counting-house, coloured and 

varnished j size 4 ft. 10 in. by 3 ft. 3 in 27a. Od. 

82. GULF of MEXICO, and Islands of Cuba, Haiti, Jamaica, the 

Caribbees, &c., on four large sheets. Showing tho Windward Passages on a 
large scale. With a Book of Directions ... ... ... ... 18s. Od. 

On cloth fur Captains' use ... ... ... ... 23s. Od. 

On cloth and rollers for Counting-house, coljured and 

vi'.rnishcd ; size 8 ft. 4 in. by 3 ft. 4 in, 42s. Od. 

83. GULF of MEXICO, and Islands of Cuba. Haiti, and Jamaica, being 

three sheets of Chart No. 82, drawn principally from tho surveys of Commanders 
Owea .ind Barnutt. Accompanied with a Book of Directions ... 14s. Od. 

On cloth for Captains' use ... ... ... ... 178. 9d. 

On ch)th and rollers for Counting-house, coloured and 

varnished ; size G ft. C) in. by 3 it. 5 uj 32s. Cd. 



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84. BAY of HONDURAS, v . a very large scale, with plain of Belize and other 
harboura. Drawn from the recent surveys of Commanden, Owen and Bjirnott. of 
the Joyal Navy y^ {,j 

On cloth for Captains' use ... ,,. ,., ]]] 9g' cj] 

COAST of COLOMBIA and CARIBBEAN SEA, »„ three large sheets, 
with plans of the harbours of Greytown, Barcelona, Cumana, Porto Cabello. 
Santa Anna, SahaniUo, La Guayra, Chagres, &o. &c. Drawn from the late 
surveys mado by order of the British and Spanish Governments ; accompanied 
with a Book of Directions ... lOa ni 

Uu cloth for Captains use i5g, gj 

On cloth and rollers for Counting-liouse, coloured and 
vainishcd ; size 6 ft. 5 in. by 3 ft. 5 in 81s. Cd. 

80. CARIBBEE ISLANDS. Being one sheet of the Chart No, 82. An elegantly 

engraved chart ... g°_ q^_ 

On cloth for Captains' uso .". ,'/. 7s'. 3d". 

87. CUBA. On a very large scale, with plan.s of Haviina and the principal harbour.i, 

drawn from the recent Spanish surveys gs. Od! 

On cloth for Captains' use (j^" gj' 

88. HAITI or SAN DOMINGO. 



On cloth for Captains' use 



St. 



Compiled from tlio most rooont surveys 

58. Od. 
Cs. 3d. 

VIRGIN ISLANDS, and part of Porto Rico. This chart is very useful 

to the traders to St. Thoniiis, ai it .shows the islands on a very large scale, and 

has a large plan of the harbour of St, Thomas t 5^' od. 

On f'otli for Captains' uso (jc.. y^i' 



The Coasts of South America, California, 

00. COAST of GUAYJ^NA, from Trinidad to Cape Cachipour. Showing 

the various harbours and rivers of Demerara, Berbice, Cayenne, &c. Brawn 

from the latest surveys Cs. Od. 

On cloth for Captains' uso 7a. 3d. 

91. APPROACHES to the RIVERS AMAZONA, PARA, &c. from Cape 

CACHIPOUR to MAEANHAM, with plans of the Elvers Para and Amazona. 

Drawn from the most recent surveys ... Gs. Od. 

On cloth for Captains' u.se 78. 3d. 

92. * COAST of BRAZIL, from Maranham to Rio Janeiro, on three large 

sheets. With plans of the most important harbours on the coast, among which 
are the following ; — i' i.raiih;im, Pernainbuco, Approaches to Pernambuco, Bahia, 
Parahyba do Norte, Ui /er Aracati, Eio Giwiido do Norts, Espiritu Santo, Port 
Frio, llio Janeiro, &c., the Eoccas Islets, and other d.ingers. Drawn principally 
from the recent survey.s of M. Mouchez of the French Navy, and from those 
by Don A. Vital do Oliveira of the Brazilian Navy. Illustrated with many 
views of the coast. Accompanied with a Book of Directions ... ... 10s. Od. 

On clotli for Captains' use ... ... 13s, 9d. 

On cloth and rollers for Counting- house, coloured and 

31s. Cd. 



varnished ; size ft. ,0 in. by 3 ft. 5 in. 









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93.* COAST of BRAZIL, from Cape Frio and Rio Janeiro to the RIVER 

PLATE, on two largo Hheots. in this chart iiro given pliiiis of thu iiioHt 
iinportiiiit liarboura, sucli us ]\io Janeiro, Marunibaya, Santos, Cana lea, 
Faranagua, Rio Gramlo, Monto Video, Capo Sta. Marin, kc, and tlieru aro 
exjtlaniitory notcH wiiicli add considerably to its value. Drawn from the niont 
recent French ami English survey.?. Accompanied with a Book of Directions. 

88. Od. 
On cloth for Captains' use IOh. fjd. 

• Tlipso two chiirts (Nos. 02 uml 03) couiprino the ^vho]o of the BriuilCoant, iiiul uro hiid dowu upon 
tho jiliiiii si'hIo, not thi' (iiii{,'oiiul. 

^i- RIVER PLATE. A largo scale chart, in three sheets, showing tho navigation 
from Monto Mdeo and Hucnos Ayres up tho liivors Parana and Urguay us far 
as Uos.'irio and Paysandu. With plans of Monte Video, Buenos Ayrea, 
Maldonado, &c. Coni])ilcd from recent British, .French, Spanish, and American 

surveys 10s. Od. 

On doth for Captain.s' use ... ... ... ... 13s. 9d. 

or.. COAST of SOUTH AMERICA, from the River Plate round Cape 

Horn to Valparaiso, on three largo sheets. With plans, on a large scale, of 
Valparaiso and San Carlos Bays, tho Strait of Magalhaen, <?•}. &o. Drawn 
from the surveys of Captains Fitzroy and King, of the Iloyal Navy. A 
beautifully engraved and accurate chart ... ... ... ... 12s. Od. 

On cloth for Captains' use ... ... ... ... ISs. 9d, 

On cloth and rollers for Counting-house, coloured and 
varnished ; size 6 ft, 5 in, by 3 ft. 5 in. ... ... 31s. 6d. 

90. WEST COAST of SOUTH AMERICA, from VALPARAISO to 

TBUXILLO, on two large sheets. With plans, on a large scale, of the harbours 
of Valparaiso, Papudo, Horcou, Quintero, Coquimbo, Attico, Huasco, Hay. Ylo, 
Arica, Pisco, Chinca Islands, and Callao. Drawn chiefly from the survey.'i 
made by Captain Fitzroy, U.N. lUustratrd with some views of the coast 

10s. Od. 
On cloth for Captains' use ... ... ... ... 12s. Od. 

97. WEST COAST of SOUTH AMERICA, from TRUXILLO to 

PANAMA, on two large sheets. With plans, on a large scale, of Panama Bay 
and Harbour, Bahia Honda, tho River Guayaquil, &c., and illustrated witli some 
views of the coast. Drawn chiefly from the surveys of Captains Fitzroy, Kellett, 

Sir E. Belcher, and. I. Wood, of tho Royal Navy 10s. Od. 

On cloth for Cajitains' use ... ... ... ... 12s. Cd. 

OS. COAST of CENTRAL AMERICA, extending from COIBA ISLAND 

to SAN BLAS ; one large sheet. With plans, on a large scale, of the harbours 
of Sihuatanc-jo, Acapulco, Guatulco, San Carlos, Realejo, Salina.*:, Culebra, 
Punta Arenas, Arenitas, San Bias, and illustrated with some views of tho 
coast. Drawn from the Spanish surveys, and much improved from tho observa- 
tions of Capt.ain Beeclioy and Commander Bolrher, of the Royal Navy Gs, Od. 
On cloth for Captains' uso ... .,. ... ... 7s. JJd. 

99. COAST of CALIFORNIA. From SAX BLAS to SAN FRANCISCO 

BAY, on one and a h.alf largo sheets, with pl.ins of the harbours of Mazatlan, 
Magdalen Bay, Guaymas, Monterey, and San Francisco, &c., and illustrated 
with some views of the coast. Drawn from the United St.ates Coast survey, the 
Spanish surveys, the charts of Vancouver, &c. &c., and much improved by 
recent observations made by English and French Naval officers ... 7s. 6d, 
On cloth for Captains' use ,.. ... ... ... lOs. Od. 

100. COAST of OREGON, on one large sheet. Showing the River Columbia and 
Vancouver Island, with plans, on a large scale, of Columbia River, St. Juan 
de Fucn Strait, Port Victoria, Nootka Sound, I'ort San Juan, Becher and Redder 
Bays, and Esquimalt H.arbour. Drawn from the surveys of Captains Cook, 
Vancouver, Kellett, and Belcher, of the Royal Navy, and of Commander 
Wilkes, of the United St-ites Navy. Illustrated with some views ... Cs, Od. 

On cloth for Captains' use ... ... ... ... 7s. 3d. 



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101. INDIAN OCEAN, on two sheets. Ujion a largo scale, showing the naviga- 
tion 'Vom the Cape of &..od Hope to Bombay, Madras, Calcutta, and St. George's 
Sound, in Australia, or between latitudes 27° N. and 50° S., longitudes 15° K. 
and 1'24" E. Drawn from the most recent surveys made by order of the Lords 
Commissioners ofthoAd-.iiiralty, the Dutch and French Governments, &c. &c. Im- 
proved by many remarks on tiie tidal phenomena, currents, winds, &c. &c. Ss. Od. 

On cloth for Captains' use lOs. Od. 

On cloth and rollers for Counting-house, coloured and 

vamiahod ; size t ft. 4 'n. by 3 ft. 5 in 20.9. Oil. 

i02. INDIAN OCEAN, on three largo sheets. The same chart as No. 101 , but with 
an additional sheet containing plans of the principal islands, the Maldivh, 

Chagos, Seychelles group^^, &c. 10s. 6d. 

On cloth for Captain.?' use 14s. 8d. 

On cloth and rollers for Counting-house, coloured and 
varnished 30s, Od. 

103. INDIAN and PACIFIC OCEANS, on three large sheets. Being the 
same chart a.s No, 101, with tho addition of an extra sheet, to show the coasts 
of Australia, New Zealand, China, and tho Filipinas Iplands. The limits of the 
chart are latitudes 27° N. and 50° S., and longitudes 15° E. and 178° E. 12s. Od. 

On cloth for Captains' use ... ... 15s. 9d. 

On cloth and rollers for C unting-house, coloured and 
varnished ; size 6 ft. 5 in. by 3 ft. 5 in. ... ... SOs. Od. 

104. INDIAN AND PACIFIC OCEANS, on four sheets. Showing the 
navii^ation eastward of tho Cape of Good Hope to Australia and Chinii, or be- 
tween latitudes 27° N. and 50° S., and longitudes 15° E. and 178° E. With a 
sheet of plans of det:iclnj(.l groups of islands so profusely scattered over the 
Indian Ocean ... ... ... ICs. Od. 

On cloth for Captains' use 21b. Od. 

105. INDIAN and PACIFIC OCEANS, on four large sheets. Being the 
same chmt as No. 103, but with an additional sheet to show the navigation 
south as far as hit. ()2°. In this chart the Great Circle Tracks are laid down 
between False Bay (Cape of Good Hope), and St. George's Sound, Australia ; and 
also between False Bay and Port Philip. The courses to India in tho various 
seasons of the year are also shown ... ... ... ... ... 14s. Od. 

On cloth for Captains' use ... ... 'J9s. Od. 

On cloth and rollers for Countiiig-house, coloured and 
varnished ; size 6 ft. 4 in. by 4 ft. 2 in 35a. Od. 

106. PLANS of ISLANDS, &c., in the INDIAN OCEAN, on one sheet. 

Jieing the additional sheet referred to in No.' 102. The plans ,avn Maldivh, 
Chag^os, Seychelles, and Lakdivh groups of Islands : Comoro Islands ; Kcrguelen 
Land ; St. Paul Island ; Cocos Islands ; Mah^ in Seychelles ; and Christmas 
Harbour in Kerguelen Land. All these are on a very large scale ... 6s. Od. 
On cloth for Captains' use 6s. 3d. 

107. SOUTHERN AFPJCA and MADAGASCAT., on three large sheets. 
Showing the Cape of Good Hope and Mozambique Passage on a very large 
scale, and exhibiting the navigation between Table and False Bays, and the 
islands of Mauritius and Heunion 12s. Od. 

On olotli for Captains' use 15s. 9d. 

108. COAST of the CAPE COLONY, from Table Bay to Algoa Bay, 

on two large sheets, with plans of Harbours. Compiled from the latest surveys. 

Illustrated with views of the co.ast 8s. Od. 

On cloth for Captains' use 10s. Gd. 



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109. COAST OF THE CAPE COLONY, from Table 3ay to Port Natal. 

On. tlirot) Bhocts, with jtlmiH of liiirboui-8 ... ... ... ... lOs, Gd. 

On cloth for CaptftinH* use 14b. 'M. 

110. MAURITIUS, ""f* Klieot, on a very hirge bcjvIo, with plans of Port Louis 
ftuJ Uruud Tort. Dniwn from recently published documents ... Ch. Od. 



On cloth for Captainij' use 



Cs. sa. 



111. GULF of ADEN, "no shcot, from Socotra Iwland to the Red Sea, with a 
plan of Aden. Illustratod with views of the land. On a, large sheet. Brawn 
from recent surveys ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 6». Od, 

On cloth for Captains' use 7r. 3d. 

112. INDIA (West Coast of), from Cape Comorin to Bombay, "» two 

large sheets, with plans of th& harbours of Bombay, Cochin, and Caliout, 
also of tiio approaches to I'ombay. Improved by thff introduction of remarks 
upon cuiTents, winds, &C. ... ... ... ... ... ... iOa, (id. 

On clotii fur Ca))tains' use ... ... ... ... 13a. Od. 

113. INDIA ("West Coast of), from Bombay to Karachi, on two large 

sheeta, with plans of the liarbours of Bombay and Karachi ... ]0s. Cd. 

On cloth for Captains' use ... ... ... ... 13s. Od. 

114. BAY of BENOAL, "" two sheets, on a very large scale, with plans of 
Akyab, Eaeaein, Trincom.ilie, Colombo, Point de Galle, Bassas Reefs, &c. &c. 

Ss. Od. 
On cloth for Captains' use 10s. Cd. 

115. BAY of BENGAL (No. l, West part of the), on two largo sheets, com- 
])rising the coast from Cape Comorin to Cocnnadn, and includin<; Ceylon. 
With plans of Bassas Rtafs, Colombo, Point do Oalle, Trincomalie, Cocanada, 
Paumbon Pass, kc. &c. (Limits of chart, latitudes 11° f)'.to 17" 30' N., 
and longitudes 76° 30' to 8G° 45' E Ss. Od. 

On cloth for Captains' use , 10s. 6d, 

116. BAY of BENGAL (No. 2, North part of the), on two largo sheets, 

comprising the coast between Pulicat and Bassein Rivor. ^Vith plans of Akyab, 
Bassein lliver, Kyou Phiouk, &c. &c. Limits of charts, latitudes 13° 10' to23°N., 

and longitudes 82° to 95° E 8a. Od. 

On cloth for Captains' use ... ... ... ... 10s. (id. 

117. BAY of BENGAL (No. 3, East part of the), on two large sheets, com- 
prising the coast between IJassein River and Penang, and showing the Audamana, 
Nicobars, and nortli coast of Sumatra. With plana of the principal harbours. 
(Limits of chart, latitudes 11° 5' to 17° 80' N., and longitudes 01° to 101° 20' E. 

8s. Od. 
On cloth for Captains' use ... ... lOs. Od. 

• Those three charts (Nos. 115. 110, 117), include the whole of the Bay of Bcnpnl, and are on ii 
larger scale than any yet published. They i'orra an invaluable series of charts for the use ol Trudcr.s 
ia the Bay. 

lis. RICE PORTS of INDIA. A chart, on two large sheets, of the east coast of 
the Bay of Bengal, between latitudes 13° and 21° N., and longitudes 92° and 98° E. 
With plans of Akyal), Kyou Phiouk, Bassein River, Rangoon River, Maulmain, 
and Kalegouk Island anchorage. A very useful chart for Shipmasters bound to 
Akyab, Rangoon, or Maulmain, as it exhibits the navigation on a larger scale 
than any hitherto published ... ... ... ... ... ... 8s. Od. 

On cloth for Captains' use 10s. 6d. 

(All these charts of the Bay of Bengal (Nos. \U, 115, 116, 117, and 118) are now publications. The 
publishers feel conlident that l)etter or more useful charts oanuot be obtained, as recourse haa beeu 
made to every available otHoial survey, and no expense has been spared in their production). 

118a. SAILING DIRECTIONS FOR THE BAY OF BENGAL to accompany 
the charts of the Bay, particularly describing the Rice Ports. With plans of 
many of the most important harbours ... ... ... ••• (Js. Od. 



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" Hast India Archipelago^ China^ cfc. 

119. CHINA SEA and EAST INDIA ARCHIPELAGO, on tw.. «i,ect«. 

Beiiifj a general chart of nil tlio ialiiuUs compoaing tho Archiijulftgo «(' \,\m Iniliii 

and China Sean Hs. Od. 

On oloth for Captnwm' uso 10s. (id. 

120.* EAST INBIA ARCHIPELAGO. (Western Route to China, 
Chart No. 1.) Lunits, latitudes 2° 50' and 7" 10' S., and longitudes m," ao' 
and 110° 50' E 7«. (Jd. 

12l.»EAST INDIA ARCHIPELAGO. (Westeni Route to Cliina, 

Chart No. 2.) Its limitB are, latitudes 3° 0' S., and 5° 40' N. ; and loiipitudo^ 
103° 20', and 110" 20' E 7s. (Jd. 

122.»EAST INDIA ARCHIPELAGO. (Western Route to China, 

Cliart No. 3.) Limits, latitudes 3° N. to 10° 20' N., and longitudes 99° 20' (o 
110° E 7,. fid. 

123.»EAST INDIA ARCHIPELAGO. (Western Route to China, 

Chart No. 4.) Limits, latitudes 1° 20' to 11° C2' N., and longitudes U)7" '20' 
to 120° 40' E 7s. Gd. 

nv EAST INDIA ARCHIPELAGO. (Western Route to Cliina, 
Chart No. 5.) Limi.s, latitudes 10" 50' and 23° 40' N., and longitude m 
104° 45' and 115° 20' E Vs. (Jii. 

126.* EAST INDIA ARCHIPELAGO. (Western Route to China. 

Chart No. 8.) Limits, latitudes 10" 80' and 23° 40' N., and longitudes 112° 10' 
and 122° 45' E 7r. (Jd. 

• TIicso oIiBrts (Nos. 120 to 125) of what ia popularly known ns the Westorn Eoute to Chinii, 
oxhihit tho navigation from Sunda Strait to tho Coast of China on a very large scale. Each consists ol' 
two sheets j the set, therefore, comprises twelve sheets. They have been compiled from the most 
recent British, French, Dutch, ami Spanish surveys. In several of the charts thero are iioU's 
descriptive of tho currents, winds, &e., and remarks upon the courses most udvisalilo to fullow 
at (icrtaiu periods of the year. If mounted (m cloth for Captains' use, the price of each will be 2s. Ud. 
extra. An Index Chart aecompauies tlio set. 

126. STRAITS OF MALACCA and SINGAPORE, on two large sheets, with 

plans of Singapore Strait, Singapore Harbour, Penang Island, Striiit of Durian, 
&c. Drawn from the most recent surveys ... ... ... ... 10s. lid. 

On cloth for Captains' use ISs. Od. 

127. STRAIT of STJNDA, on two sheets, on the largest scale yet published. 
With plans of Harbours Ts. Od. 

On cloth for Captains' use 9s. 6d. 

128. STRAIT of STJNDA, one sheet. The same chart as the preceding, but 
without tho sheet containing Batavia Road ... ... ... ... Sa. Od. 

On cloth for Captains' use 6s. 3d. 

129. GASPAR STRAIT, one sheet, on tho largest scale yet published, 



On cloth for Captains' use. 



58. nd. 
6s. 8d. 

130.* EAST INDIA ARCHIPELAGO (Eastern Passages to China 

and Japan,— Chart No. 1). Tliis chart with No. 120 (the Western Route to China, 
Chart No. 1) will exhibit the navigation of the Indian Archipelago eastward of 
Sunda Strait, "io far as Macassar Strait. Its limits are latitudes 2° 30' and 

12° 20' S., and longitudes 110° 10' iind 122° 20' E 7s. 6d. 

On cloth for Captains' use 10s. Od. 

131.* EAST INDIA ARCHIPELAGO (Eastern Passages to China 

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The NORTH SEA PILOT ; containing Sailing Directions for Navigating the 
.;. ' NORTH SEA, its Bays and Harbours ; particularly deRcribing the Channels 

1 1 from London through the Swin to HidhiHley Bay and the Downs, and the Coasts 
■ ' of EnCflantl and Scotland, from GrfordneKs to Cajie Wrath, with the Orkney and 

J.,, , Shetland Islands, and the opposite Coasts of France, the Nutherlands, iic., 
' from Cape Grisnez to the Skaw ... .„ M.r, ..• »••■ > •.«♦ i,., ^■' ®^' 

The NORTH COAST of HOLLAND, particularly describing the rivers east of 
the Texel to Hamburg and Horn's Heef ... ... 2s. Od. 

THE KATTEGAT. From Skagen to the Sound ... Is. 6d. 

The KATTEGAT, SOUND, and BELTS, from the Skagen to Helsingor, the 

^i; Harbours on the Swodish Coast, the East Coast of Jutland, the Great and Little 

Belts, and the {)orts of Holstein and Mecklenburg 28. 6d. 

The BALTIC or EAST SEA, from Helsingor (Elsinore) to the Gulf of Bothnia, 
and the entrance to the Gulf of Finland ; including a general description of its 

.ill/ Coasts, Harbours, Islands, Rocks, Sands, Shoals, Beacons, Buoys, Light- 
houses, &o. ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 2a. Od. 

The GULF of FINLAND, including a particular description of the Coasts, 
Harbours, Islands, Shoals, Rocks, Lights, Buoys, Beacons, &c. ... 2s. Od. 

GULF of BOTHNIA. A general description of the various Bays, Harbours, 
&c., contained within the Gulf 28. Od. 

The WHITE SEA, to Arkhangel, Onega, Gulf of Kandalax, and Bay of Messen, 
with general directions from England to the North Cape ... ... Is. Od. 

The BAY of BISCAY, from Ouessant Island to Cape Finisterre, compiled from 
the most recent surveys ... ... ... ... ... 2s. Od. 

The COASTS of SPAIN and PORTUGAL, from Cape Ortegal to the Strait ef 
Gibraltar ... ... ... ... 2s. Od. 

The WEST COASTS of FRANCE, SPAIN, and PORTUGAL, from 

Oaessant Island to the Strait of Gibraltar ..», ^ ,y ... ... Ss. Od. 

The MEDITERRANEAN NAVIGATOR, containing Sailing Directions for the 
Mediternmean Soa, Gulf of Venice, Archipelago, Black fea, and the North Coast 
of Africa, with a full description of the Winds, Tides, Current.'?, &o. 5b. 6d. 

The same work, bound in cloth ... .... ... ... ... ... 78. Od. 



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The MEDITEHRANEAN SEA, (PAIIT I.), containing n Nautical (»enori|.tlon of 
ull til" I»ayH, HiirliotirH, Anchoring' PIao««, &o., on tbo C<mHt of Kuropo, fnini 
C'(i|)« Trafalgar to Ciipe Hpai tivento, in luly ; and on thu Coast of Africa, from 
Cape Himrtel to CiiiK) Hon 2ii. flil. 

The MEDITERRANEAN SEA, (part it.), containinK a Nanticnl deicriptkin 
of the Coaiiti and iNlands of the (Jrecian Aroliipeiapo, tho Sfa» of Marmora and 
Azov, the iJlacit Sea, Lovant, and CoaHt of Africa, from Alexandria to Cajio Bon. 

\iA. Gd. 

MEDITERRANEAN SEA (Central Portion oO particularly deacribing the 
island of Sicily 2i. Od, 

ADRIATIC and OULF of VENICE, particularly describing the various 
Bay » and Harbours in that Hoa 2g. od. 

BLACK SEA, and SEAS of MARMO' A and AZOV, o ntainiug full 

in^tructionH for navigatint; those 8eas, and tor viniting the : orti of OdcHsa and 
Galati, 4c. 2h. (Jd. 

LEVANT, or Eastern portion of the Mediterrar an Sea ; rn elaborate doacript^m 
of its Islands and Coasts, as also directions for its HarbourB, ka, &< 2s. Oa. 

ISLAND of NEWFOUNDLAND and BANKS, with the 

of Labrador, extending to yaudwiuh Hay ^ „^ 



'j 'oent const 
2«. 6'? 



COAST of NORTH AMERICA (Part 1), from the Strait of BeLe 

Isle to Cape Caaso ; including the island of Newfound, .nd and Banks, with tho 
adjacent coast of Labrador to Wandwich Bay, and the Gulf and Itiver St. 
Lawrence ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 38. Od. 

COAST of NORTH AMERICA (Fart 2), from Gape Canso to New 

York ; being a nautical description of tho various bays and harbours contained 
within those limits. Compiled, principally, from the "'irveys made by order of 
the British and United States' Governments 4s. Od. 

COAST of NORTH AMERICA (Part 3), from New York to the 

strait of Florida. A work similar to the foregoing ... i.i ... 2a. Od. 

COAST of NORTH AMERICA, comprehending the entire navigation from 
Nova Scotia to the Gulf of Florida Cs. 6d. 

WEST INDIA DIRECTORY* coi.. "ritKif directions for Navigating the 

Islands of Porto Rico, Haiti or St. 1;^ >-.•■ , i, Jamaica, Cuba, and the Bahamas, 

together with the Mona and Windward livssages, with the Gulfs of Florida and 

Mexico, Bays of Honduras and Mosquito, with the adjacent Islands Ss. Od. 

With an Addenda, containing a description of the Caribbee Islands ... 6s. Od. 

COAST of COLOMBIA and CARIBBEAN SEA, containing particular instruc- 
tions for frequenting each H 'fbi'Ur, and important remarks on the Winds, Tides, 
Currents, &c ... ... ... 2s. 6d. 

COAST of BRAZIL, from Maranlmm to Cape Frio and Rio Janeiro, including 
Remarks on tho Winds, Currents, Seasons, &c., and Instructions for the 
Eoutea from Europe and the United States to the principal Ports ... 'is. 6'd. 

COAST of BRAZIL) from Cape Frio and Rio Janeiro to Cape Santa Maria. 
Compiled mainly from the Surveys made by Baron Roussin, and M. Barral of the 
French Navy 28. Od. 

BRITISH SHIPMASTER'S HAND-BOOK to RIO GRANDE DO SUL 

(BBAZIL). By the Honourable Henry I'rendergiLst Vereker, LL.D., British 
Consul at the Port 2s. 6d. 



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S;/-'""'"'i6>^ BookSy ^C* Ma ,,,■:.■:.•:'-< I.. 

Main Vaper, saperllae ^V^ltlny ^nallty. 

'" " ». i. 
For 3 months, 1 day's work on a page. — Cloth backs and stiff bine | „ n 

sides 92 pages/ 

,, 6 months, 1 day's work on a page. — Bazil backs and stiff blue ) „ a 

sides 184 pages j 

„ 9 months, 1 day's work on a page. — Bazil backs and stiff blue ) ^ « 

sides 276 pages j 

,, 12 months, 1 day's work on a page. — Half-bound . 868 „ 6 

Baled beadlnff and faint lines. 

For 3 months, 1 day's work on a page. — Cloth backs and stiff blue ) o « 
sides 92 pages | 

„ 6 months, 1 day's work on a page, — Bazil backs and stiff blue i , q 
sides 184 pages I 

„ 9 months, 1 day's work on a page. — Bazil backs and stiff blue t r « 
sides 276 pages J ° 

„ 12 months, 1 day's work on a page. — Half-bound . 368 ,, 6 6 

Baled In form, for one day's irork on a pa^e* 

For 3 months, 1 day's work en a page. — Cloth backs and stiff blue ) « q 
sides 92 pages ( 

„ 6 months, 1 day's work on a page. — Bazil backs and stiff blue | . g 
sides 184 pages { 

„ 9 months, 1 day's work on a page. — Bazil backs and stiff blue | c. a 
sides 276 pages j 

,, 12 months, 1 day's work on a page Half-bound . 368 „ 8 

Vrlnted In form. One day's work on a pave. 

For 3 months, 1 day's work on a page. — Cloth backs and stiff blue ) „ . 

sides 92 pages | 

„ 6 months, 1 day's work on a page. — Bazil backs and stiff blue ) . q 

sides 184 pages j 

„ 9 months, 1 day's work on a page. — Bazil backs and stiff blue i » r. 

sides 276 pages j 

„ 12 months, 1 day's work on a page. — Half-bound . 368 „ 9 

Printed in form. Two days' work on a paye. 

For 6 months, 2 days' work on a page. — Cloth backs and stiff blue ) „ . 

sides 92 pages | 

„ 12 months, 2 days' work on a page. — Bazil backs and stiff blue t k n 

sides 184 pages > 

,, 24 months, 2 days' work on a page. — Half-bound . 368 „ 9 

Vrinted in form for STaAM-SBZVS. 

For 3 months, 1 day's work on a page.— Cloth backs and stiff blue ) . ^ 
sides 92 pages \ 

„ 6 months, 1 day's work on a page. — Bazil backs and stiff blue | . ^ 
aides 184 pages | 

,, 9 months, 1 day's work on a page. — Bazil backs and stiff blue Ion 
sides 276 pages \ 

„ 12 months, 1 day's work on a page. — Half-bound . 368 „ 10 

Vrlnted in form for BXronrBBBS. 

For 3 months, 1 day's work on a page. — Cloth backs and stiff blue ) ^ a 

sides 92 pages ) 

„ 6 months, 1 day's work on a page. — Buzil backs and stiff blue ) ^ ^ 
sides 184 pages ) 

„ 9 months, 1 day's work on a page. — Buzil backs and stiff blue ion 
sides 276 pages ) 

„ 12 months, 1 day s work on a page. — Half-bound . 868 ,, . 10 



No. 1. 
2. 
8. 
4. 

5. 
6. 
7. 
8. 

9. 
10. 
11. 
12, 

13. 
14. 
15, 
16. 

17. 
18. 
19. 

20, 
21. 
22. 
23. 

24. 
25. 
26. 

27. 



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LOG BOOKS {Continued). 

Vrlntea In AMBBZOA.M' rorm. 
One or two days on a page. 

No. 28. For 3 months,— Cloth backs and stiflf blue sides . . 92 pages 3 6 

„ 29. „ 6 months.— Bazil backs and stiff blue sides . . 184 pages 6 

„ 30. „ 9 months.— Bazil backs and stiff blue sides . . 276 pages 7 

„ 31. ,, 12 months. — Half-bound 368 „ 9 

NoTB.-With irBtmcHong for the use of the Log Book, on the Deviation of the Compsss and 
yanous causes of error in the Ship's Course; directions in Cases of Wreck ; management of Boats 
in a broken sea; directions for restoring persons apparently drowned; scale of medicine, and also 
ot provisions for British Merchant Ships; ruled form for list of passengers and the Ship's Company. 

Printed In form. One day's work on a page. 

No. 32. For 3 months, 1 day's work on a page.— Cloth backs and stiff blue ) 

sides 92 pages j ^ ° 

M 83. „ 6 months, 1 day's work on a page— Bazil backs and stiff blue ( , „ 

sides 184 pages) " " 

,,34. ,,9 months, 1 day's work on a page.— Bazil backs and stiff blue [ - ^ 

sides 276 pages ) 

„ 35. ,, 12 months, 1 day's work en a page.— Half-bound. 368 „ 9 

The above ate with special columns for the names of the persons on the Look-out, 
and the hours during which the Lights are exhibited according to the Merchant Ship- 
ping Act. 

LOG BOOK for keeping a Daily Becord of the Winds and Currents; the 
readings of the Barometer and Thermometer, and Deviation of the Com- 
pass, &o. ; in aocordanoe with Lieut. Maury's Flan. 

No. 36. For 3 months, I day's work on a page. — Bazil backs and stiff blue ) » ^ 

sides 184 pages J '* " 

„ 37. ,,, 6 months, 1 day's work on a page.— Half-bound . 868 ,, 12 

w 38. „ 12 „ „ „ „ . 736 „ 24 

SHIPS' PBOVISION BOOKS. 

With Wines.— Printed in Form. 

^ *■ d. 

For 6 months. — Half-bound 2 

,, 12 „ ,, 3 6 

»» 18 „ „ 6 6 

., 24 „ „ 7 

Without Wines.— Printed in Form. 

For 6 months. — Half-bound 16 

„ 12 „ „ 2 6 

,, 18 „ „ 4 

„ 24 „ „ 6 

SEAMEN'S WAGES BOOES.-Printedin Form. 

(. d. 

For 12 men. — Half -bound 16 

») 18 ,, ,, 20 

» 24 „ „ 2 6 

„ 30 „ „ 3 

,1 36 ,, ,, 3 6 

M 42 „ „ 4 

„ 48 ,, „ 46 

., 54 „ „ 6 6 

Appended to these is an extract of the Law relative to the payment of Wages, also 
two Tables for the calculation of Wages, by means of which any fractional part of 
a pound can be calculated per day or month. No other Wages Book that we have 
seen gives such information. 



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OABQO BOOKS. 



Captains' — printed 
Mates' ,, 



Cargo Book ,, (much used by Coasters) 

With instructions for receiving Cargoes on Board, and Bills of Lading, &c. &o, 



1 qr.- 
2qr. 



CAPTAINS 

plain, in marble paper 

,, half-bound 

1 qr, — ruled faint, in marble paper . . . . 

2 qr. „ half-bound 

1 qr. — ruled faint and £ s. d., in marble paper 

2 qr. ,, ,, half-bound . . 



AOCOUNT BOOKS. 



SHIPS' JOUBNAL3. 

1 qr. — printed, one or two hours 

2 qr. „ ,, half-bound 

3 qp. II II M • t 



LOG SLATES, folding. 



SIZB IN INCHES. 



Very strong, for ship's use 
Single slates . . . . . 



9 by 13 



23. 




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104 by 14} 







Od. 
9 



lU by 16. 
3». 



No. 



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CHABT CASES. In Tin (Japanned), with lock and key. 
(For preserving Fublioationa ftom damp.) 

42 inches in depth, and 6 inches in diameter ... 
62 „ I, 6 M . . 

62 >i )j V ,, . . 



6d. 




10 
15 



d. 
6 





MABBYAT'S COMMBBOIAL SIGNALS.-Boped and toggled 



complete. In painted boxes. 
Of the bett Bunting Manufactured. 



No. 


No. of Flags. 


















1 


16 


Size 


4 ft. 6 in. 


X 3ft Oin. 


broad. 


Pendants 11 ft. 


3 10 





2 


16 




6 ft. in. 


X 3 ft. 9 in. 






12 ft. 


4 15 





8 


16 




5 ft. 6 in. 


X 3ft. Sin. 






13 ft. 


6 





4 


16 




6 ft. in. 


X 4 ft. 6 in. 






14 ft. 


6 10 





6 


16 




6 ft. Cin. 


X 4 ft. 6 in. 






15 ft. 


6 15 





6 


16 




7 ft. Oin. 


X 6ft. Gill. 






16 ft. 


6 10 





7 


10 




8 ft. in. 


X 6ft. Oin. 






17 ft. 


7 15 






BOABD OF TBADE COMMEBCIAL SraNALS,-Boped and 
toggled complete. In paintod boxes. 

Of the hat D'.intbuj Manufactured, 



No. 


No. of Flags. 


















1 


19 


Size 


4ft. Oin. 


X 3 It. Oin. 


broad. 


Pendants 11 ft. 


4 10 





2 


19 




6 ft. in. 


X 3 ft. 9 in. 






12 ft. 


6 10 





3 


19 




6ft. Oin. 


X 3 ft. 9 in. 






13 ft. 


6 





4 


19 




ft. in. 


X 4 ft. G in. 






14 ft. 


6 10 





6 


19 




6 ft. 6 in. 


X 4 ft. 6 in. 






16 ft. 


7 





6 


19 




7 ft. in. 


X 6ft. Oin. 






16 ft. 


7 17 


6 


7 


19 




8 ft. in. 


X 6 ft. in. 






17 ft. 


9 10 






ADDITIONAL FLAGS IN BAGS. 
These Fla;j8 are intended to accompany Mairyat's Signals, to enable communica- 
tions to be made corresponding with the system of signals adopted by the Board of 
I'rade. The sizes are similar to those attached to the numbers above. 

No. 1. 2. 8. 4. 6. 6. 7. 

Five Flags 20«. 2tf«. 32*. 3.^«. 38». 42». 66». 

Seven Flags 27». 35». 42*. 50.t. 64». 67». 72*. 



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COBNBB OP lEINITX SIJCABB, lOWSB Hilt. 



Nautical and Mathematical Instruments, 



£ s. d. 
Sfxtants of Pillar and Double Frame Pattern, best make, divided on 
Silver to 10 Seconds, with extra power to the inverting 
Telescope, and reflector to the Nonius ... 13 13 

,, With solid cast limbs of approved patterns, from. ..£5 Ss. to 12 12 

„ Medium size, bronzed ditto, with extra power telescope, 
neutral tint shades, divided to 10", strongly recommended, 
and warranted of best quality 

,, Oval Limb, Silver Arc, with inverting Telescope, &c. 

,, Circular Limb, do. do. 

,, DoUond limb with silver arch, divided to 30", inverting tele- 
scopes, mahogany case, &c., to supersede the wood frame 
sextant 

,, Ditto Do. with Ivory Arc do 

Quadrants. — Brass, Silver Arc, Telescopes, &c., and Back Shades, in 
Mahogany Case, best 

,, Ivory Arc, in Mahogany Case, be^t 

,, Ebony Handle, Ivory Arc, in Mahogany Case, best 

,, Single Observation, Ivory Arc, plain and common 

,, ,,-. with Double Tangent 

,, , ,, ,, and Vertical Screws 

,, and Brick Shades... 



n 



Tklksoopes to an" of the above... 



10 


10 





7 


7 





6 


6 





5 


10 





5 








6 


5 





i 


4 





3 


15 





1 


15 





2 


5 





2 


10 





2 


18 






extra 8 



Artificial Horizons, with parallel glasses and mercury, complete... 



4 4 



I J 



■4 






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Binnacles. — Dolphin Fattern, large size, with Lamps and Shade, crown 

top £U U\ Od., £).6 Ifis. Od., and 

„ Skylight Pattern, crown top ...£4 48. Od., £5 58. Od., and 
,, Octagon Pattern, wood, £6 6a. Od., £8 8s. Od., £9 98. Od., and 
„ Pillar, crown top £7 78. Od., £9 98. Od., and 

N.B. — Binnacles of any pattern made to order. 

CoMFASSES. — Plain Azimuth, with Sight ... 

„ !, Azimuth ,, ... , . 

„ Best Prismatic Azimuth, with Sir' U 

With Tripods, £1 '- . e>;-,ra. 
„ Mast Head Coniptisses, for avoiding the Local Attraction, of 

any size. With Cylinder Shatleand Lamps. VariouipnccB, 
„ Amplitude, „ „ £1 Os. Od. to 

,, Stand for the above extra 

„ Brass Steering, 8, 9, 10, and 11 in from 13n. to 

„ Wood ditto from 6s. 6d. to 

,, Brass Hanging ditto from £1 to 

„ Every variety of Brass Boat ditto from lOs. to 

„ Wood ditto fromds. 6d. to 

„ . Pocket ditto, in brass from 

Babometebs. — Best rosewood, marine, with Sympiesometer and Thermo- 
meter ... £5 58. Od. to 

„ Best rosewood, with arm and Thermometer, circular front, 

ivory scales, and rack motion £2 lOs. Od. to 

,, Ditto, with roi" d head, and improved tube and cistern, 

common 

,, Plain ditto, with. Tliermometer on the door in front 

„ Wheel Pattern, various sizes, bnd mounting, from £1 6s. Od. to 
Aneboio Babometsb, do - from £2 10s. Od. to 



£ «. d. 



Stupiesouetebs 



.froia 



Thebmometebs. — 8 inches long, with box scale 

„ 8, 10, 12, and 14 inch Brewers' ditto, in Japan or Copper 

casi.'S from 3s. 6d. to 

„ Night and day, for registering the greatest degree of heat or 

cold during the absence of the observer, from 12s. 6d. to 
„ Marine, in a strong copper case, principally used for taking 

the soundings, and ascertaining the temperature at the 

bottom and at the surface of the Sea... from £1 58. to 

Telescopes. — One, two, and three draw from £1 Os. Od. to 

„ Of superior quality, large object-glasses £2 Os. Od, to 

Double Glasses, especially adapted to the use of captains and pilots, &c., 
at night £2 2s. Od. to 






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LoQ Glasses, 14 and 28 seconds, common ... 

,, In brass frame 

„ Half-hour solid Glasses ... ... 

,, One-hour ditto 

,, Two-hours ditto ... 

Bar and Compound Magnets 

Tape measures, from one pole to six poles in 
veying, or the nieaeurement of timber. 

Brass Speaking Trumpets 

Storm Glasses, or Prognosticators 

Steel Joint Dividers, 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8 inch ... 

„ witli Shifting Leg 

Brass Joint Dividers, 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8 inch... 
,, with Shiftiiig Leg 



, eath 



from 15s. Od, to 

length, divided for land sur- 
in leather boxes, &e ...6fl. to 

from 5s. Sd. to 

frsMn 6s. Cd. to 

... per dozen, 128. Od, to 

£1 10s, Od. to 

... per dozen ... 98. to 
18b. Od. to 



17 17 
6 6 

11 11 

12 12 








a 8 

5 5 

6 6 







2 10 
1 5 
1 1 

10 

1 6 
1 1 
6 
] 





6 



6 


6 6 





8 S 





2 10 

2 
6 6 

3 10 








2 2 





1 


6 


1 





1 5 






4 4 

2 10 
6 6 



5 10 



1 


6 


2 


6 


2 


6 


4 


6 


5 





2 2 





15 





18 





14 


6 


1 10 





8 





IS 





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Compasaes with Pen and Pencil Points, and box scale, in case. 

,, with SteelJoints 

Set of Instruments, with Scale, in fish-skin case '. 

with Steel Joints 

and Bow Pen '' 

Steel Joint Instruments, witli Bow Pen, Ivory Scale, Sector, and 

Brass Protractor 7s. 6d., 128., IGs. and 

Turned Check Instruments, and Ivory Protractor 

Hound Shank ditto, with Lengthening Bar 

Ebony Parallel S-Jes, 6, 9, 12, 15, 18, 21, and 24 inch ... "from is. to 

Two-feet Box Guuter's Scales 

„ improved by Don 

,, Sliding Gunter's Scale 

10, 12, 15, 18, and 21 inch Globes, in black frames ...from £2 i2s. 6d. to 
„ in higii mahogany frames from £i 48. Od. to 



£ ». d. 

4 « 

ti 

8 6 

10 6 

12 6 



1 2 6 

1 15 

2 2 
6 
2 
5 
7 6 

10 10 

21 10 



Captain Smallman Toovey'g Azimutb Dial. 

This Instrument for determining the error of the Compass {variation and devia- 
tion combined) at sea, is a modification of what is called the Dumb Card ; it is used 
in connexion with Godfray's Time Azimuth Chart, and the two will be found very 
useful auxiliaries to all who are in command of iron ships and steamers. Price, with 
tripod stand £5 lOg. Od. 



ABJDSTMEITT of XRON SHIPS' COMPASSES. 

This branch of the business is conducted by Mr. W. H. JJosSBK, who has for 
seme years past paid special attention to the adjustment of Compasses on board 
Iron Vessels; during which period ho has adjusted the Compasses of many of the 
largest vessels in the principal Ports of the United Kingdom, a list of which "may be 
had on application. 



XMRAT and SON'S SrSWIfT-ZirVBIirTED 
SPRXirO-COMPASS. 

! This Compass is particularly adapted for Iron Screw Steam-ships, or Vessels tliat 
have much vibratory motion. The invention can be applied to any Compass already 
in use, at a charge of £2 28. 



XBSBAY and SOIff'S ZMPROVBS rXiOATXMTO COMPASS. 

Price Four Guineas. 



PATEITT SEXiF^RECXSTEBXXrO XiOOS. 



Friend's 

Walker's (Liverpool) 

Walker's (Birmingham) 

Massey's... 

Tyssen's... 

Klinton (Swedish) 

Reynold's 



XiOOS. 








i; I. 


d. 




... 4 4 







... 2 2 







.. 3 10 







.. 2 10 







..6 5 







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.. 2 10 






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VATaxTT Bo^nrDxaro mackxwbb. 



Friend's 

Walker's (Liverpool) ., 
Walker's (Birmingham) 

Massey's 

Reynold's 



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4 4 





2 2 





8 6 





8 10 





3 










XtAMVMKXa, BBKXiS, rOO-BOKtnrs, «,o. 

Lamps for Saiiiig and Steam-vessels fitted up aocordijig to the New Regulations 
of the Board of Admiralty. These are of various sizf-s and patterns, and can be bad 
either in tin (ji.pannfd) or in copper Those with reilectir.^ dioptric lonstn ar.3 
strongly recomnieri<'*!d, as they give light uf unusual brilliancy, and are but little ^iioto 
expensive. 

Bells and Fog {TornB aro kept, in ,iiock, as the Regulations oblige vef.sela to carry 
them for use in thick wei'.iUer. C'li'^ ure of various sizes awU prices. 



CHRONOMETERS. 

A large number of these Instrumeiits is kept in stock and constantly rated. Pur- 
cliri«ws may freely inspect the Rate Book ; thus they have the opportunity of making 
such ;'. selection as will give tiiom confidence in tbe correct performance of the instrument. 
K not *:, "'proved after a twelvo'.uonth's trial, the Chronometer maybe exchanged for 
another. 

CHROTOMETERS re-sprung, re-adjusted, rated, bought, or exchanged. 



Best ChrDDometc: 


, going two days 


from 


£30 


t> >» 


„ eight days 


from 


35 


>• >> 


for the Pocket, in gold cases 


from 


36 



g<;Rond-hand CHRONOMETERS kept in stock, at various prices. 
Olironoineters lent on hire. 



WATCHES. 

The following is our List of Prices of Watches, which are all of superior quality, 
and particularly adapted for the use of seafaring persons ; — 

Patent Detached Lever Watch, capped and jewelled, in > -, ^ ^ to £14 
silver cases S 



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l> 


Hiiver uancB 

in gold cases 


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12 








to 


18 








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t> 


in silver hunting cases 





10 








to 


16 








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fl 


in gold bunting cases 





22 








to 


27 








»» 


• 


Chronometer Balance 





21 








to 


27 









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Beg leave to inform Owners and Shipmasters, that they are prepared 
to supply every description of INSTRUMENTS, CHART, or BOOK 
—English or Foreign— which may be desired for Sea use or for 
Ship purposes. And they will undertake that they shall be of the 
best quality, which their long standing in the Trade, and their extensive 
connexion, enable them to offer on the most reasonable terms. 



4i Jamta Invray and Son's Catalogue, Minortea, London. 




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